Speeding/Perform Stunt

On January 4, 2020, A young Windsor driver now has a day in court to answer to a justice of the peace as to why they were driving their vehicle at a speed of 153 km/h in a posted 80 km/h zone on Highway #3 near Montgomery Drive. A LaSalle Police officer was stationed in the area, conducting traffic enforcement, observed the vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed and confirmed this via the use of radar. The driver was issued a Part III summons to appear in court to answer to the charge of “Drive Motor Vehicle –
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Impaired Driving Complaint Resulting in Licence Suspension

On January 1, 2020, It was 10 minutes before the New Year began when Dispatch received two 911 calls transferred from the Windsor Police Service regarding a possible impaired driver. Both calls described the vehicle heading southbound on Ojibway Parkway and continuing south on Highway 18. The vehicle in question was described a blue SUV with its back bumper missing, flat tires and that the driver’s side door appeared to have heavy damage and falling off. Officers quickly located the vehicle conducted a traffic stop. The lone female driver had an odor of alcohol on her breath. The female was
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Break and Enter

On December 30, 2019, at approximately 9:00 AM a LaSalle Police Officer attended the 6000 block of Silver Maple Road, LaSalle for a reported break and enter to a home under construction that had occurred overnight. The residence was only partially built with no bay garage door. All other access doors to the interior of the residence were locked. Access to the interior was gained by breaking the dry-wall in the garage. There was nothing stolen from within the residence. Damage to the residence was estimated at about $200.
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Fraudulent Amazon Account

On December 30, 2019, an officer was dispatched to the lobby to speak to a female in regards to her providing her credit card and personal information to a fraudulent Amazon account. The resident stated that she is a regular Amazon shopper and that when she tried to log into Prime, she was redirected to a different web page and received an email within minutes from an unknown email. The email stated that her account was locked and the only way to unlock it was to follow the instructions, by clicking a link and got redirected again to a third
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Theft of Groceries from Zehrs

On December 29, 2019, LaSalle Police officers were notified of a possible theft that had just occurred at Zehrs Great Food on Malden Road, LaSalle. The male suspect fled in a vehicle heading northbound Malden Road. The area was checked and officers were unable to locate the vehicle. Viewing the grocery store security cameras, the male was seen entering the store without a grocery cart, travelling through different departments and removing items from shelves. Proceeding from the back of the store, he made his way up to the front, bypassing all checkouts. Store security personnel followed the male outside to
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Hunting Complaint

On December 14, 2019, On Saturday December 14, 2019 a resident of the 2500 block called the LaSalle Police Service to report a hunting complaint. An officer attended the residence and obtained the following information: the homeowner advised he returned home at roughly 7:30am after attending Tim Horton’s. He sat down to drink his coffee and observed, what he thought was, a deer sleeping in the bush area behind his home. At 9:15am he observed a male wearing a toque and a plaid jacket walking east in the bush area, he was alone and his hands were empty. At approximately
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Theft from Motor Vehicles

On December 12, 2019, On the morning of December 12th dispatch received 6 separate calls with regards to cars that had been entered overnight. All vehicles had been left unlocked and nothing of significance was taken from any of the vehicles. Please be mindful to lock your car doors.
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Assist Public

On December 10, 2019, LaSalle Police received a harassment complaint from an elderly female. The female advised dispatch that her brother had visited her home and started yelling at her, hit her and then left her residence. She was calling from a neighbour’s home. When the officer arrived at the female’s home she began to speak with the elderly female about the incident. The female insisted that she hadn’t seen her brother that day and that she had seen him yesterday when he brought her ice cream. She stated that they do argue, but he has never hurt her. After
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Theft (under $5,000.00)

On December 9, 2019, An officer was requested to attend a home under construction in the 6500 block of Malden Rd for a theft report. Upon arrival the officer spoke with the reporting person who advised a generator had been taken sometime between 12 pm Sunday and 7 am Monday. The reporting person commented that the generator is kept chained and padlocked to a manhole on the edge of the job site, along the west curb of Malden Road and is valued at roughly $2300. There is a gate along that side of the property however the reporting person did
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Theft (under $5000.00)

On December 8, 2019, An officer attended the 800 block of Superior to speak with a home owner with regards to a theft. Upon arrival the homeowner advised he had just returned home after a few days in the states. When he arrived home he noticed the tonneau cover missing from the bed of his truck. It was a soft, trifold cover with clips used to keep in place. It was valued at $700 and had a broken clip in one corner. The homeowner spoke with his neighbour to ask if they noticed anything out of the ordinary to which
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