Impaired Driver Charged for Being Over 4 Times the Legal Limit

An adult female resident of Windsor has been charged by the LaSalle Police Service with impaired driving and excess blood alcohol after she was stopped by police on Malden Road in LaSalle Thursday evening. The vehicle caught the officer’s attention after it made a number of maneuvers that caused them to suspect that the driver may be impaired. While speaking with the driver, the officer made observations that further confirmed their suspicions. The female was arrested and transported to the LaSalle Police Service where further tests were conducted that revealed that her blood alcohol concentration was more than four times
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Graffiti Spray-Painted on Fence…Again!

On April 3rd, just after 1:00 AM, LaSalle Police officers were called to the 300 block of Ramblewood Drive regarding some youths spray painting graffiti on a wooden privacy fence. This was the second incident of graffiti at that location, the first of which was reported on March 31st, 2021. The wooden fence, which is owned by the Town of LaSalle was erected a couple of weeks prior and leads from Ramblewood Drive to Ojibway Oaks Park. Officers quickly arrived in the area and observed the damage to the fence which was sprayed with purple paint as well as a
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Vandalism to a Vehicle for a Second Time

Case #’s 21-4198, 21-3801 LaSalle Police Service is investigating a second incident of vandalism to a motor vehicle which occurred April 5th, 2021 at approximately 1:30 PM. The vehicle, a white Ford Mustang, was parked in the lot at Malden Square Plaza when a male was observed puncturing all four of its tires. The male left prior to being confronted by the owner of the vehicle. Police were called to the scene and checked the area for the culprit. The suspect was described as an older male who was wearing a blue coat, jeans, brown shoes and a medical mask.
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ATVs and ORVs Trespassing, Destruction of Property and Farmers Crops

The has been much on the topic of All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and Off-Road Vehicles (ORVs) lately with regards to where they can legally be operated in the Town of LaSalle. The short answer again is on any property that you own or any property where you have permission to operate them. The LaSalle Police Service recently put out information explaining that ATVs and ORVs are NOT legally allowed to be operated on roadways within the Town of LaSalle. They also recently put out information explaining that ATVs and ORVs riding along the ETR tracks are causing a dangerous situation by
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LaSalle Police Service Seeking Assistance in Identifying Male in Relation to a Retail Theft

Case #21-3239 The LaSalle Police Service is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying a male concerning a theft. On Thursday, March 11th, 2021, just before 6:00 PM, a yet-to-be-identified male entered Shoppers Drug Mart located at 6020 Malden Road in LaSalle. The male requested assistance from a clerk to locate an item. When the clerk went to locate the item, the male concealed a bottle of fragrance valued at $89.00 and promptly left the store. At the time of the occurrence, the suspect was wearing a white plastic-type rain jacket and olive green cargo pants. He was described
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Update – Sexual Assault Investigation – Additional Victims Identified and Charges Laid

LaSalle Police Service Case# 21-1846 Windsor Police Service Case# 2021-22305, 2021-22307 On February 24th, 2021, The LaSalle Police Service published a news release in relation to a male charged with sexual assault-related offences on a child under 18 years old. As a result of that news release, two further victims came forward. Both victims reported sexual assaults which occurred in Windsor. The LaSalle Police Service and Windsor Police Service are conducting a joint investigation. (LaSalle Police Service News Release) https://www.lasallepolice.ca/74-year-old-male-arrested-for-sexual-assault-and-sexual-interference/ As a result of an investigation into this new information, Windsor Police Service has arrested the suspect and charged him with offences related to the two victims.
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Off-Road Vehicles Using Essex Terminal Railway Tracks Causing Dangerous Situation

The LaSalle Police Service has received a call from Essex Terminal Railway about damage along the tracks being caused by off-road vehicles.  The rocks adjacent to the railway ties and under the tracks are being eroded and pulled away from the tracks as vehicles travel along them which could eventually cause a train derailment.   The tracks and the corridor of property adjacent to the tracks are privately owned by the ETR and are posted as NO TRESPASSING.  The use of this property for off-road vehicles has been an issue for many years and the LaSalle Police Service has continuously addressed
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Deputy Chief Kevin Beaudoin Announces His Retirement

                                                                                                                                                     Deputy Chief Kevin Beaudoin has announced that he is retiring as of March 26th, 2021 after 35 years of faithful service as a police officer.  He has
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Break and Enter Thwarted by Observant Residents

Just after 7:00 PM on March 17th, an observant resident in the area of Bouffard Road and St. Michael’s Drive knew something was not right when they saw a male and a female pull up in a silver Honda Civic and the male occupant got out and went into their neighbour’s back yard. Shortly after, the resident went to check the backyard to make sure everything was alright. They advised another resident to record the licence plate number of the vehicle. A few minutes later the resident observed the male exit a nearby wooded area and enter the Honda which
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Door to Door Sales Scams – Asphalt Driveways

The LaSalle Police Service recently received a report of a potential scam that had taken place on the morning of Tuesday, March 16th. A resident reported that a couple of males attended their residence, offering to asphalt their driveway for a reduced rate. They advised that they had completed another driveway in the area and had enough leftover material to finish their driveway as well. They appeared to have all the necessary equipment with them to complete the job and the resident agreed to have them do the work. The cash was exchanged before completion and once the job was
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