** 3 Persons Injured in Motor Vehicle Collision on Front Road, LaSalle **

** 3 Persons Injured in Motor Vehicle Collision on Front Road, LaSalle ** Just before 3:00 PM, on Sunday, September 27th, LaSalle Police Officers, LaSalle Fire Service and paramedics attended the 2600 block of Front Road to investigate a motor vehicle collision involving two vehicles. The vehicles had been travelling north in the 2600 block of Front Road when one of the vehicles changed lanes and made contact with the second vehicle causing the second vehicle to lose control, strike a curb and rolled over. EMS transported all of the involved drivers and passengers to the hospital for examination who
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Weekly Media Release September 14th – September 20th, 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday September 14th to Sunday September 20th, were kept busy responding to 396 calls for service and activities including: 17 – Emergency 911 Calls 2 – Alarms 2 – Assist Ambulance 1 – Assist Other Police Service 3 – Bail Violations 14 – By-Law Complaints 84 – Directed Patrols 1 – Domestic Dispute 13 – Driving Complaints 2 – Family Dispute 1 – Fraud 2 – Harassment Complaints 1 – Mischief Complaint 4 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 120 – Property Checks 8 – Suspicious Activity 3 – Thefts 2 – Threats 48
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Bullying

Recently we have been hearing about acts of bullying that have occurred within our community. Bullying can occur between children or adults and is NEVER acceptable in any circumstance. Parents are encouraged to speak frequently to their children about bullying and how it affects other people. You can always contact the LaSalle Police Service at 519 969-5210 and speak with an officer for advice. A couple of good resources on the Topic of Bullying; https://www.canada.ca/…/public-health/services/bullying.html and https://www.bullyingcanada.ca/ Excerpt from https://www.canada.ca/…/public-health/services/bullying.html – Parents and guardians: Talk, talk, talk. Don’t wait for your child to come to you, bring up the conversation about
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Weekly Media Release – September 7, 2020 to September 12, 2020

Sept 7th Wellness Check Police were contacted to check on the well being of a child. Officers checked on the child and found that the child was in good spirits and well cared for. Mental Health Act- Crisis Intervention Officers responded to a dispute between family members involving property being damaged in the residence. Officers arrived and were able to calm the situation. The responsible person was apologetic and no charges were laid. Sept. 8th Suspicious Circumstances/ Theft Officers attended the Circle K on Sandwich West Parkway just before 5 am for a report that two people had just left
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Weekly Media Release – August 31st-September 6, 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday August 31st to Sunday September 6th, were kept busy responding to 461 calls for service and activities including: 28 – Emergency 911 Calls 2 – Alarms 7 – Assist Ambulance 1 – Assist Other Police Service 3 – Attempt Criminal Act 9 – By-Law Complaints 76 – Directed Patrols 8 – Driving Complaints 1 – Family Dispute 1 – Fraud 2 – Harassment Complaints 2 – Mischief Complaints 2 – Missing Persons 3 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 167 – Property Checks 1 – Sexual Offence 19 – Suspicious Activity 3 –
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Weekly Media Release – August 31, 2020 to September 6, 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday August 31st to Sunday September 6th, were kept busy responding to 461 calls for service and activities including: 28 – Emergency 911 Calls 2 – Alarms 7 – Assist Ambulance 1 – Assist Other Police Service 3 – Attempt Criminal Act 9 – By-Law Complaints 76 – Directed Patrols 8 – Driving Complaints 1 – Family Dispute 1 – Fraud 2 – Harassment Complaints 2 – Mischief Complaints 2 – Missing Persons 3 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 167 – Property Checks 1 – Sexual Offence 19 – Suspicious Activity 3 –
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LaSalle Police Service Investigating Theft of a Boat and Trailer

***Update*** 2020/09/10 – The vessel and trailer were located, abandoned on the side of the road in Wallaceburg.  The vessel and trailer were released to the owner. The LaSalle Police Service is investigating the theft of a boat and trailer that were stolen from a business in the 2400 block of Front Road.  The boat was situated on the trailer with a tongue lock secured and had been parked in the businesses parking lot.  Investigation into the matter revealed that the vessel was stolen during the early morning hours on Saturday, September 5th, however the theft was not discovered until
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Back to School – Driver Awareness

The LaSalle Police Service would like to welcome all of our students back to school. Many things have changed over the past six or seven months and we have all had to modify the way we do things. One of the modifications that affect our students is increased walking distances for students who normally take the school bus. Another modification is that school days and times are staggered for certain students due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our crossing guards will be ready and waiting to assist our students on their journey to school but we need motorists to be aware
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Weekly Media Release – August 24th, 2020 – August 30th, 2020

Members of the LaSalle Police Service, working from Monday August 24th to Sunday August 30th, were kept busy responding to 506 calls for service and activities including: 27 – Emergency 911 Calls 6 – Alarms 2 – Assault Complaint 1 – Assist Ambulance 2 – Assist Other Police Service 1 – Attempt Criminal Act 1 – Bail Violation 15 – By-Law Complaints 71 – Directed Patrols 12 – Driving Complaints 5 – Frauds 3 – Impaired Driving Complaints 1 – Mischief Complaint 1 – Missing Person 7 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 192 – Property Checks 6 – Suspicious Activity 5
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Media Release August 17 – August 23

August 17 Youth Complaint On Monday August 17, 2020 at 8:15 pm LaSalle Police attended LaSalle Public School for a youth complaint. The information received was that there was youths on the roof of the school. On arrival, the officer located two young people on the front portion of the school roof near the front entrance. The officer advised the youths that they were trespassing on school property and not allowed for any reason to be on the roof. The two young people were apologetic and left the area. 911 Trouble Unknown – Person in Crisis LaSalle Police Officers were
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