LaSalle Police Service Makes Arrest in CIBC Robbery

The LaSalle Police Service has arrested and charged 32 year old, Cody Carrington of Windsor in relation to a robbery that took place at CIBC Bank on Malden Road in LaSalle on Saturday, September 18th, 2021. The accused is charged with Robbery, Disguise with Intent, and Breach of Probation in relation to this incident and was held for a bail hearing to answer to the charges. After a meticulous and thorough investigation, Officers were able to identify, locate and arrest the accused without incident.
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LaSalle Police Investigate Robbery at CIBC Bank, Malden Road.

The LaSalle Police Service is investigating a robbery that took place at CIBC Bank on Malden Road in LaSalle on Saturday Morning. At about 9:45 a.m. a male entered the bank, approached a teller and demanded the cash. The teller complied and handed over a sum of money after which he promptly left the area on a bicycle but witnesses were not able to see which direction he went. No weapon was produced during the ordeal. LaSalle Police were contacted and attended the bank while additional officers searched the area for the suspect. The male is described as approximately 5’8″
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Motorists Urged to Use Caution as Our Students Head Back to School on September 7th

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 7th. Last year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the walking distances for elementary school students from grade 1 -8 increased to 1.5 km and secondary school students to 3.2 km/h, meaning that the affected students who live within that distance from the school were not eligible for busing services. Our crossing guards
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Driver Receives Seven Day Driver’s Licence Suspension

An adult female Windsor resident has had their licence suspended for a period of seven days for operating a motor vehicle in the 2900 block of Front Road with a blood alcohol concentration above 50 mgs per 100 mls of blood. At about 2:45 AM, on August 13th, a LaSalle Police officer was patrolling the area when he observed the vehicle drifting in its lane as well as slowing and accelerating. The officer stopped the vehicle and spoke with the female driver and demanded a breath sample into an approved device. As a result, her driver’s licence was suspended for
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Motor Vehicle Collision on Reaume Road

Case# 21-7918 LaSalle Police Service, LaSalle Fire Service and EMS responded to a collision involving two vehicles in the 1100 block of Reaume Road on Monday evening just after 5:00 p.m. Investigation into the matter revealed that a Dodge Ram that had stopped at the stop sign on Pirruza Place at Reaume Road, proceeded to make a left turn striking an eastbound Ford Escape on the passenger side causing the Ford to roll over on its side. There were no injuries reported and both drivers were assessed by paramedics. The driver of the Dodge was issued a ticket for Fail
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LaSalle Police Services Board Announces New Chief of Police

Please join us in congratulating Duncan Davies on his appointment as Chief of the LaSalle Police Service. Chief Davies has been an effective and highly intelligent motivated leader in every position he has held throughout his 25-year career with the LaSalle Police Service which has been shown through his dedication, compassion and work ethic. As such he has earned the trust, support and admiration of the members of this service and our community. Congratulations and best wishes Chief Davies! “On behalf of the LaSalle Police Association, we would like to congratulate Chief Duncan Davies on his appointment to Chief of
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LaSalle Police Service and Town of LaSalle Ranked Number Three Safest Community in Canada

The LaSalle Police Service and the Town of LaSalle are pleased to announce that the Canadian Centre for Justice and Community Safety Statistics has released the Crime Severity Index rankings for 2020, ranking the Town of LaSalle as the third safest community in Canada. The Crime Severity Index is compiled using the uniform crime reporting data from all of the 325 police services across the country. According to Canadian Centre for Justice and Community Safety Statistics, the Crime Severity Index tracks the changes in the severity of crime, not just the volume. It is designed to measure the change in
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Speeding Over 40km/h Over the Limit Results in Stunt Driving Charge

An adult male driver is facing a charge of Drive Motor Vehicle – Perform Stunt – Speeding by 40 km/h or more, after the vehicle he was driving was clocked on radar at 92 kilometers per hour in a 50 kilometer per hour zone. The infraction took place in the 2300 block of Front Road in LaSalle where an officer was conducting radar traffic enforcement. As a result of the charge, his driver’s licence was suspended for seven days and his vehicle was towed and impounded for 14 days. Please obey the rules of the road and drive safely.
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Break and Enter Thwarted and Would-be Thief Arrested

On Friday, July 9, 2021, just after 2:00 a.m., LaSalle Police Officers were dispatched to a restaurant on Malden Road for a report of a break and enter in progress. The business owner was on-site, working in his office when he heard the person breaking in and called the police. The male gained entry to the building by breaking an exterior door and was observed on video surveillance, rummaging through things in the front of the business. Officers arrived on scene within one minute, surrounding the business, and located a lone, adult male inside the restaurant. The male was arrested
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LaSalle Police Service12th Annual Summer Safety Cycling Program Begins!

Officers will be handing out “ice cream cone” coupons donated by McDonald’s to local youths that officers see practicing “safe” bicycling skills. The youth will also be entered in a raffle for a chance to win a bicycle donated by the LaSalle Police Youth Foundation at the end of the summer draw. Wear those helmets and ride safely!   A special Thanks to McDonald’s Ojibway for their participation in promoting safe cycling.   Left to right – Acting Chief Davies, McDonald’s Ojibway Jenn Rocetes. and Sergeant Tonin.
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