Weekly Media Release – July 20th, 2020 – July 26th, 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday July 20th to Sunday July 26th, were kept busy responding to 404 calls for service and activities including: 26 – Emergency 911 Calls 1 – Alarm 1 – Assault Complaint 2 – Assist Ambulance 4 – Assist Other Police Service 5 – By-Law Complaints 103 – Directed Patrols 1 – Domestic Dispute 5 – Driving & Traffic Complaints 3 – Family Disputes 4 – Frauds 5 – Impaired Driving Complaints 1 – Mental Health Act 2 – Mischief Complaints 7 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 71 – Property Checks 11 – Suspicious
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LaSalle Police Service Urging Drivers to Slow Down.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to save a life? What if we told you that you could potentially do just that with this one simple step?   LaSalle Police Service Urging Drivers to Slow Down.   The LaSalle Police Service is sending a message to drivers to slow down. LaSalle Police Officers continuously patrol our community on the lookout for everything from criminal to traffic offences in an effort to provide a safe and enjoyable place to live, work and visit.   An ongoing effort to address traffic concerns has seen the LaSalle Police Service issue
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Thefts from vehicles in area of Jewel and Tyler July 26th – 27th – Lock it or Lose It

LOCK IT OR LOSE IT.   If you see or hear anything suspicious – say something IMMEDIATELY. Call the LaSalle Police Service at any time for assistance 519-969-5210 or 911 if it’s an emergency.   The LaSalle Police Service received reports of five vehicles that were entered and or damaged overnight between July 26th and July 27th in the area of Jewel and Tyler in LaSalle. In one of the instances the culprit(s) broke a window on a vehicle to gain entry. This is unusual as thieves generally move on to another easier target that will not bring attention to
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LaSalle Police Service was Honoured With a Show of Support from the South Asian Centre of Windsor

LaSalle Police Service were honoured to receive a visit and the strong show of support and appreciation from the South Asian Centre of Windsor. Members of the Sikh community from Windsor, LaSalle and as far away as Quebec attended the LaSalle Police Service with their motorcade in a show of support and solidarity with the LaSalle Police Service and surrounding area first responders. We truly appreciate our friendship and community partnership and are humbled by your show of support. Much love and respect. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU ALL!!!
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Thefts from vehicles in area of Gabrieau Street July 23rd – Lock it or Lose It

LOCK IT OR LOSE IT. The LaSalle Police Service received reports of a three vehicles that were entered overnight between July 22nd and July 23rd in the area of Gabrieau Steet in LaSalle.  In two of the instances the vehicles had been left unlocked and items were stolen from within. Help us reduce crime and criminal opportunity in our community. The LaSalle Police Service is urging all residents to lock their cars. Thieves will operate in any area of our community where there is opportunity. Thieves will perform ‘car-hopping’, a process of stealing valuables from multiple vehicles in the same
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July 13, 2020 – July 19, 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday July 13th to Sunday July 19th, were kept busy responding to 406 calls for service and activities including: 24 – Emergency 911 Calls 9 – Alarms 1 – Alcohol Related Driver’s Licence Suspension 3 – Assist Ambulance 2 – Assist Fire Dept 1 – Assist Other Police Service 17 – By-Law Complaints 109 – Directed Patrols 2 – Domestic Disputes 3 – Driving & Traffic Complaints 1 – Family Disputes 1 – Frauds 1 – Harassment Complaints 1 – Mental Health Act 1 – Missing Person 9 – Motor Vehicle Collisions
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Physical Distancing on Trails and Sidewalks

If you are walking, jogging or cycling – please practice physical distancing on #LaSalle trails. Be kind and make room for others. Keep at least 2 metres apart.   If you are walking the trails and sidewalks please keep to one side to allow others to pass at a safe distance. If you hear or see a cyclist or pedestrian approaching please move over. When you are cycling on the trails please be courteous and use your bell and voice well in advance to signal your approach. Please give a wide berth to other cyclists and pedestrians who may also
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July 6th – July 12th

** July 6th – July 12th ** Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday July 6th to Sunday June 12th, were kept busy responding to 425 calls for service and activities including: 33 – Emergency 911 Calls 9 – Alarms 1 – Alcohol Related Driver’s Licence Suspension 1 – Assist Ambulance 3 – Assist Other Police Service 13 – By-Law Complaints 12 – COVID-19 related call 1 – Crisis Intervention 100 – Directed Patrols 3 – Domestic Disputes 12 – Driving & Traffic Complaints 2 – Family Disputes 5 – Frauds 4 – Harassment Complaints 3 – Impaired
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July 6, 2020 to July 12, 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday July 6th to Sunday June 12th, were kept busy responding to 425 calls for service and activities including: 33 –  Emergency 911 Calls 9 –  Alarms 1 – Alcohol Related Driver’s Licence Suspension 1 – Assist Ambulance 3 – Assist Other Police Service 13 –  By-Law Complaints 12 – COVID-19 related call 1 – Crisis Intervention 100 – Directed Patrols 3 – Domestic Disputes 12 –  Driving & Traffic Complaints 2 – Family Disputes 5 – Frauds 4 – Harassment Complaints 3 – Impaired Driving Complaints 3 – Mental Health Act 2 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 56  – Property Checks 8 – Suspicious Activity 5 – Thefts 3 – Threats 85 – Traffic Stops & Vehicle Checks 1 – Wellness Checks June 6th Shoplifting: Tommy Hilfiger Outlet At approximately 4:00 PM, an
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June 29, 2020 to July 5, 2020

June 29, 2020 Theft of Bicycle At approximately 6:45 PM, a person reported to the LaSalle Police Service that their bicycle had been stolen from Windsor Crossings Outlet Mall.  The officer met with the reporting person who stated that at about 5:45 PM, they had locked their front wheel to a bike rack near Maurice’s before going into one of the stores.  Less than an hour later they returned and found their bike was missing except for the front wheel which was still locked to the bike rack.  The bike is described as JAMIS, road bike with a black and
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