Notice of Online LaSalle Police Service Auction Nov 1-11, 2022

The LaSalle Police Service is now using a modernized method for disposing of unclaimed and confiscated property through the GovDeals.com auction website. The police auction will go live starting Tuesday, November 1st, 2022 at 8:00 AM and will span over ten days ending Friday, November 11th, 2022 at 4:00 PM. Prospective buyers can visit GovDeals.com and MUST create an account to see and bid on items for sale in the auction. Once the auction has closed, the successful bidder will have 5 days to complete the payment online using a credit card or PayPal and 10 days to pick up
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LaSalle Police Service 13th Annual Summer Safe Cycling Program Winner

For the last 13 summers, LaSalle Police Officers have engaged in a positive ticketing campaign called LaSalle Police Service Annual Summer Safe Cycling Program. Positive ticketing is receiving a reward for doing the right thing. This program was started by the LaSalle Police Service with the intent of encouraging our youth to wear their safety equipment while riding a bicycle as well as practicing safe riding. It also provides an opportunity for positive interactions between the police and our young community members as well as building relationships with our community partners. LaSalle Police Officers handed out ice cream cone coupons
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Young Girl in Hospital After a Collision With a Car

October 6th, 2022 Report #22-7089 The LaSalle Police Service is investigating after a 7-year-old, LaSalle girl was involved in a collision with a car on Matchette Road just before 4 pm on Wednesday afternoon. Investigation into the accident revealed that the girl and some schoolmates had just gotten off the school bus on Kenwood and were proceeding home on foot along Matchette Road. The girl suddenly darted across Matchette Road just as a vehicle was passing by. The driver of the vehicle tried to swerve to avoid the collision but the girl ran into the passenger side and was thrown
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Concerning Graffiti at Sandwich Secondary Prompts Response From LaSalle Police

On Wednesday, September 28th, 2022, Sandwich Secondary School Officials notified the LaSalle Police Service that they had discovered some concerning graffiti with regards to a threat to burn down the school that was written on a bathroom stall in one of their student washrooms. There was an increased police presence at the school today while they worked with school officials and reviewed video surveillance. Their main objective was to ensure everyone’s safety and to identify the person responsible. Police wish to inform the public that they don’t believe that there is any continued threat to public safety. Police are asking
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LaSalle Police Investigates Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision on Howard Avenue

Report # 22-6679 The LaSalle Police Service is continuing to investigate a fatal motor vehicle collision that occurred in the 8800 block of Howard Avenue, Tuesday morning at about 6:20 AM. Police were called to the scene at that time as a result of a head-on collision between a white Chrysler, PT Cruiser, and a motorcycle. As a result of the collision, the motorcycle driver, a 19-year-old, male, Windsor resident, was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The LaSalle Police Collision Reconstruction Team kept Howard Avenue closed until 1:15 PM as they collected evidence and documented the scene. The investigation into
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LaSalle Police Service Traffic Enforcement for August 2022

The LaSalle Police Service strives to increase the safety of our roadways for everyone through education and enforcement. During the month of August 2022, the LaSalle Police Service Traffic Unit and Patrol Officers issued or investigated: – 92 Provincial Offence Notices – 14 Part III Summonses – 6 of which were for operate motor vehicle – perform stunt (most of which were for exceeding the speed limit by 40km/h or more) – 4 Drive while suspended – 1 Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle – Criminal Code Charge – 2 Alcohol consumption related licence suspensions – 25 Motor vehicle collision
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Motorists Urged to Use Caution as Our Students Head Back to School on September 6th, 2022

The LaSalle Police Service would like to welcome all of our students back to school. Motorists are reminded to be extra cautious as our students, pedestrians, crossing guards and buses will be present on our streets and sidewalks on their way to and from school as of September 6th, 2022. Expect to see increased pedestrian traffic in all areas of the Town and we ask for your patience with our students, school crossing guards, and school buses. The school crossing guards and bus drivers are doing their best to keep our children safe on their journey to school and we
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Stunt Driving Charge Issued for doing “Donuts” in Plaza Parking Lot

A 17-year-old, male resident of LaSalle was issued a summons for stunt driving after they were caught doing “donuts” in the parking lot at Malden Village Plaza on Malden Road on Monday just before 10:00 PM. A police officer who was near the parking lot at the time, observed the vehicle in the parking lot screeching its tires while going in tight circles and driving at a high rate of speed through the lot. The officer stopped the vehicle and issued the driver with a summons for drive motor vehicle perform stunt. His licence was automatically suspended for 30 days
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Stunt Driving Charge Issued for 67 km/h Over The Speed Limit

Case #22-6025 An 18-year-old, female resident of Amherstburg was issued a summons for stunt driving after they were caught driving their red Chevrolet Cruze at 127 km/h in a 60 km/h zone on Disputed Road on Monday afternoon. A LaSalle Police Officer who was patrolling the area clocked the vehicle on radar travelling at this high rate of speed and issued the driver with a summons. Her licence was automatically suspended for 30 days. Once the period of suspension expires, she will be required to pay a $281.00 driver’s licence reinstatement fee to Service Ontario before being legally eligible to
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Important Information on Grandparent or Emergency Scams

Date: Aug 12, 2022 Author: Senior Constable Terry SEGUIN Phone: 519-969-5210 Fax: 519-969-2662 ** Important Information on Grandparent or Emergency Scams ** The LaSalle Police Service is asking the public to be vigilant, as the service has received a number of reports of “grandparent” and “emergency” scam calls from residents. This scam tends to target the elderly and preys upon their deep care and concern for their family in order to scam them out of their hard-earned dollars. Many of our older relatives and friends may not use social media and we are asking everyone to share this information with
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