Northumberland Weekly Update

Source: OPP
Date: Fri May 11 03:27:24 MST 2018

(NORTHUMBERLAND, ON) - The Northumberland Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) dealt with 201 incidents this past weekend, here are some examples:

May 4:

Sometime within the past month unknown suspect(s) used a large rock (and a vehicle) in an apparent attempt to create a hole in the perimeter fence of the Brighton Union Gas distribution station on County Road 26. No entry was apparently gained. Investigation ongoing.*
Shortly after midnight police responded to a report of a possible impaired driver in Alnwick-Haldimand Township. Officers located the red SUV travelling on Elgin Street in the Town of Cobourg. The driver, who had been drinking, was arrested and taken to the Cobourg Detachment for further tests. As a result of these tests, Sherry Irene CHALLONER age 51 of Newtonville, Ontario is charged with Care & Control of a motor vehicle while her blood alcohol content exceeded 80mg of alcohol in 100ml of blood. She was released and is scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cobourg on June 6, 2018.
At approximately 1:00 p.m. police received a complaint of a hitchhiker jumping into traffic on County Road 30 south of County Road 29 in the Municipality of Brighton. Officers located the male pedestrian who had been drinking and recovered a recently stolen bottle of liquor from the Warkworth LCBO. Richard Derek ADRIAANS age 26 of Trenton, Ontario is charged with two counts of Fail to Comply with Probation Order, Theft Under $5,000 and Possession of Property Obtained by Crime - under $5,000. He was held for a bail hearing resulting in his release with a court date of May 16, 2018 at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cobourg.
Officers attended in excess of thirty weather related calls including wires or trees down on roadways from approximately 4:00 p.m. to midnight.
(A young child playing with his grandmother's cell phone dialled 9-1-1 from a Hamilton Township home at 8:30 p.m. because he wanted to watch 'The Wiggles' children's show causing officers to attend and ensure no emergency existed during this very busy time).

May 5:
Officers continued to respond to weather related calls (eleven) throughout the day.
A Brighton resident dialled 9-1-1 to inquiry about her hydro outage. Officers attended to ensure there was no emergency and cautioned her regarding misuse of the emergency number. She was advised to find the appropriate number on her hydro bill (Hydro One outages: 1-800-434-1235).
A Colborne resident on Streamside Drive reported his vehicle's rear window smashed sometime overnight.*
Damages were reported at the Memory Junction Railway Museum in Brighton over the past two days (a door and window to the engine were damaged as the result of most probably being kicked). No entry was gained.*

May 6:
At 1:49 p.m. police responded to a single motor vehicle collision on County Road 24 involving a motorcycle that lost control on a corner near the hamlet of Dartford in the Municipality of Trent Hills. The operator, a 31 year old local man who was not wearing a helmet, was pronounced deceased at the scene. Technical Collision Investigators and Reconstructionists assisted detachment officers at the scene. The Coroner attended the scene and ordered a post mortem to be completed in Kingston. The investigation into the cause of the collision is ongoing.
At 11:00 p.m. an officer stopped a grey sedan on County Road 30 near Highway 401 in the Municipality of Brighton to determine the sobriety of the driver. As a result of a roadside test, the driver was arrested and taken to the Quinte West OPP Detachment for further tests. As a result of these tests, Natalie EICKHOFF age 54 of Brighton, Ontario is charged with Care & Control of a motor vehicle while her blood alcohol content exceeded 80mg of alcohol in 100ml of blood. She was released and is scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cobourg on June 6, 2018.
Police received a complaint of a dead animal carcass in a bag discarded in the ditch on Cranberry Road in the Municipality of Port Hope. Officers confirmed the contents were of a small animal and notified the Municipality for removal.

Northumberland OPP officers investigated twelve accidental 9-1-1 calls, ten motor vehicle collisions, 67 traffic/weather related complaints and conducted thirteen RIDE programs over the weekend.

*Northumberland OPP is asking for the public's assistance with these ongoing investigations and would ask that anyone with information on these crimes call their nearest OPP detachment. Should you wish to remain anonymous, you may call the Peterborough/Northumberland Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) where you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000 and not have to appear in court.

Blyth Bill

Vodden's Nazi Salute Vote & We Are Better Than You Hate Rant Further Divides North Huron #ImpeachVodden #Knott4Reeve2018 #StrongerTogether #WoollyWellington
Blyth Snow Removal Shot Down By Wingham And East-Wawanosh #Knott4Reeve2018 #Time4Vodden2Quit #StopBeastiality
Itís Time For Millionaire Farmers & Hoop Houses To Pay Fair Share Of Taxes & Stop Mooching Off Blyth #NotARubberBootTownAnyMore #Knott4Reeve2018
Fake News In North Huron Draws International Attention (CNN, RT, AlJazeera) As Russian Hackers Enter Canadian Politics #Knott4Reeve2018 #ShutDownFakeNews
Blyth Taxes To Soar - Vodden Shames Town Staff & Demands Removal Of All Rubber Boot Scrubbers From Queen Street #Knott4Reeve2018
Bill Knott Exposes Fake News - If It's Not On The Blyth Free Press It's Not Real News #FakeNews #Knott4Reeve2018
Farm Welfare/Subsidies Enable Sadistic, Lazy & Ignorant Farmers - Farmers Donít Feed Cities, They Donít Even Feed Themselves! #BeefIsMurder #PorkIsMurder #GentrifyEast-Wawanosh #BeastialityIsWrong
Hooking East-Wawanosh Barns And Homes To Sewers & Running Water Will Put Money In Farmers Pockets #StopTheStench #NoBrainer #Knott4Reeve2018
East-Wawanosh 98% In Favor Of Dumping OPP And Switching To Cost Effective Wingham Police #Knott4Reeve2018
No Show, Slow OPP Response Times In East-Wawanosh & 2nd Tier Policing Trigger Calls For Wingham Police Expansion #East-WawanoshLivesMatter #Knott4Reeve2018

Area OPP

BOLO Stolen Harley Davidson - Plate 5B6R7
St Marys Break And Enter - Alcohol And Candy Stolen
BOLO Stolen 2013 Kia Soul From Goderich
$85,000 Motorhome Stolen From Grand Bend
Cocaine Bust - NAWASH
Drunk Driver Arrested On Hwy 21 - Aliyah LYNK
Drunk Driver From Goderich Arrested In Bayfield - Damien PHELAN
Another Drunk Driver Arrested In Grand Bend - Sherwin BROWN
Intoxicated Male Arrested In Walkerton - Name Relased
Police Investigating Fatal Collision - Name Of Deceased Released
Ewe Shot And Killed - Suspect(s) At Large
Arson At Arena
Matthew John HALLIGAN - 100 in a 50
Malcom MacDonald BELL 100 in a 50
18 Year Old Caught Going 140 in an 80 - Name Released
Scott David BURKE - 130 in an 80
21 Year Old Passed Out At Wheel Arrested - Name Released
Riding On Rims Past Fully Marked Cruiser Ends With Arrest For Joshua Ernest COUSTEILS
Dallis CUTTING - Rave Motor Vehicle, Vehicle Impounded
Robert MCGONIGLE - Drunk Driving
Suspended Driver Caught In North Perth - Ryan PAKULA
Robert MACARTHUR - 140 in an 80
Another Drunk Driver Arrested In Huron - Melanie LALONDE
BOLO Two Door Honda, Section Of Trunk White, White And Silver Spoiler
19 Year Old Drunk Driver Arrested In Grand Bend - Jovan SINJARI

Huron County

2018 Municipal Election Candidate Information Session set for June 27, 2018
Huron County Council Appoints Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Meighan Wark
Special Board of Health Meeting called for December 20, 2017
Huron County agri-food producer earns provincial recognition for innovation
Potential Merger of Huron and Perth Health Units Takes Next Step

North Huron

Flood Warning Continued for Maitland and Nine Mile River Watersheds
Flood Watch Issued for Maitland and Nine Mile River Watersheds
NOTICE: Special Meeting of North Huron Council - February 26, 2018
NOTICE: Blyth Water System Sodium and Fluoride Levels
Emergency Services To Resume In North Huron - Council Capitulates

Wingham Police Service

44 Year Old Repeat Offender Arrested In Wingham - Sidney Prince
Two Repeat Offenders Arrested For Stealing From Wingham Salvation Army - Cameron & Stone
Stolen Vehicles And Theft On Josephine Street Keep Wingham Officers Busy Over Long Weekend
Arrest Made In Rash Of Wingham Break And Enters - Cody Priestep - One Suspect At Large
Police Warn Winghamites About Rash Of Thefts - Check And Secure Your Property