Concerning Graffiti at Sandwich Secondary Prompts Response From LaSalle Police

On Thursday, June 9th, Sandwich Secondary School Officials notified the LaSalle Police Service of some concerning graffiti written on a bathroom stall in one of their student washrooms. Police immediately began an investigation and are working with school officials on the matter and are reviewing surveillance cameras at this time. LaSalle Police Service will have an increased presence at the school to ensure everyone’s safety and are actively seeking to identify the culprit. Police are asking the public, staff, or students to come forward with any information regarding this investigation. Anonymous tips can be made to Crime Stoppers at www.catchcrooks.com
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LaSalle Police Bicycle Rodeo 2022 a Roaring Success!

The LaSalle Police Service would like to thank our community for coming out and participating in the LaSalle Police Service Bicycle Rodeo 2022.  On Saturday, June 4th, 2022, the LaSalle Police Service with the assistance of Bike Windsor Essex held their 25th annual bicycle rodeo where we are able to teach our young cyclists the importance of safe cycling skills and practices.  The event had been on hiatus since 2019 and was attended by almost 60 participants between the ages of 2 to 15. We hope that you all had fun and learned some new skills.  Remember to always wear
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Starbucks LaSalle and LaSalle Police Service Partner for Coffee with a Cop

LaSalle Police Officers and Communicators will be at Starbucks LaSalle (Malden and Delmar) on Friday, June 17th between 11 AM and 1 PM for Coffee with a Cop. Everyone is welcome to come on out and meet us for some casual conversation and to get to know each other. The LaSalle Police Service thanks our community for your friendship and support. A special thanks to managers, Peter and Marty for hosting us for this event.
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Arrest Made After Brief Stand-Off

A LaSalle Police Crisis Negotiator and excellent teamwork were key to the peaceful outcome of a criminal investigation in LaSalle this evening. On Wednesday, June 1st, 2022 just before 6:30 PM, LaSalle Police Service received a call regarding threats to cause death after a male at a residence in the 300 block of Bouffard Road threatened another person, allegedly with a firearm. The reporting person was no longer with the male and police quickly responded to the area. Officers contained the residence, closed the road, and asked the public to stay away while they dealt with the situation. The Crisis
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Train Track Safety – Be Aware, it Only Takes a Second

The LaSalle Police Service, LaSalle Fire Service, and the Essex Terminal Railway are partnering in this very important message regarding safety along our railways. The ETR tracks run through LaSalle from Highway 18 to Malden Road. The tracks and the property adjacent to the tracks are private property, owned by the ETR and posted as no trespassing. Using the tracks as throughways for pedestrian, ATV, or snowmobile traffic or ignoring crossing signals while driving your automobile is not only illegal but dangerous. Trains cannot stop even when it is apparent that a collision may be imminent. Vehicles traveling along the
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LaSalle Police Service Presents the 25th Annual Bicycle Rodeo

The LaSalle Police Service will be holding its 25th annual bicycle rodeo on Saturday, June 4th, 2022 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex with the assistance of Bike Windsor Essex. The event will be held outside in the semi-circle drop-off zone near the main entrance of the complex. The bicycle rodeo aims to teach safe cycling skills to children aged 15 and under. There will also be a pro BMX stunt demonstration by Eric Favot, bike and helmet adjustments, a pizza lunch, and a raffle for a chance to win one of three
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LaSalle Police Service Kicks Off Police Week at Zehrs LaSalle May 13th & 14th.

Your Police Services: Helping Build Safer Communities. On Friday, May 13th, and Saturday, May 14th, the LaSalle Police Service will be kicking off Police Week at Zehrs LaSalle located at 5890 Malden Road, LaSalle. Come on out and meet our officers and check out our vehicles, classic vehicles, and displays. May 15th -21st, 2022 is a seven-day public awareness campaign that encourages new connections between police and the communities they serve. This campaign represents an opportunity to emphasize how police officers are both members of the community they live in and members of the police community they work in. This
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Police Locate Body of Blair Lyons

Report #22-1539 On Monday, May 2, 2022, just after 11:00 AM, the Windsor Police Service Marine Unit was notified by a ship crew that they had observed a body in the Detroit River between the Ambassador Bridge and Fighting Island. The Windsor Police Marine Unit attended and recovered the body with the assistance of the Windsor Port Authority. The LaSalle Police Service Criminal Investigation Unit attended and were able to confirm that it was Blair Lyons, whom police had been seeking as a suspect in a homicide as well as the subject of a missing person investigation. On March 19th,
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LaSalle Police Service Vessel Safety Equipment Inspection Clinic

On Sunday, May 1st, 2022 the LaSalle Police Service hosted a complimentary vessel safety equipment inspection clinic at Gil Maure Park in LaSalle.  Despite the inclement weather, approximately 15 vessels were inspected, all of which had no to minimal deficiencies.  The goal of the clinic was to ensure that our boaters have all of the required safety equipment aboard before setting out and to promote safe boating.  It never hurts to have a trained professional take a look. We would like to thank our partners, LaSalle Fire Service, Windsor Police Service, Canada Border Services Agency, Canada Coast Guard Amherstburg Base,
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LaSalle Police Service Traffic Enforcement Unit

In 2022, Senior Constable Justin Pare was assigned to the newly created position of Traffic Enforcement Unit Coordinator for the LaSalle Police Service. This week, Sr. Cst. Pare engaged in four separate and targeted traffic enforcement operations at various locations within the Town of LaSalle, one of which included a Joint Forces Operation with the Windsor Police Service and the Ontario Provincial Police Service.  During these operations, a total of 92 tickets and 95 warnings were issued for various Highway Traffic Act offences, most of which were for speeding. The Traffic Enforcement Unit Coordinator will be regularly and continuously engaged
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