LaSalle Police Investigating Theft – Asking For Public Assistance

#2023-8030 Update:  Thanks to tips from the community, this person has been arrested and charged with theft under $5000 The LaSalle Police Service is investigating a theft of fragrances from a pharmacy on Malden Road in LaSalle that occurred on October 10th, 2023. Police are seeking to identify the female in the attached image in relation to this incident.  She was described as a white female, 20-30 years old, approximately 5’3″ tall, with long black curly hair in a ponytail. At the time of the offence, she wearing a black coat, blue jeans and carrying a large black purse. Anyone
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LaSalle Police Investigating Theft – Asking For Public Assistance

Report # 23-8265 The LaSalle Police Service is investigating a theft that occurred on October 20th at Shoppers Drug Mart on Malden Road, LaSalle. It was reported that two persons entered the store just before 4:00 PM and one of them distracted an employee while the other loaded a bag full of fragrances from the display. They then left the store without paying for the items. The LaSalle Police Service is asking the public for assistance in identifying the persons in the attached photos in relation to this incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the LaSalle Police Service
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The LaSalle Police Service Initiates Community Survey to Measure Effectiveness and Satisfaction

The LaSalle Police Service wants to hear from you! Town of LaSalle, November 7, 2023 – In a dedicated effort to further strengthen community engagement and transparency, the LaSalle Police Service is excited to announce the launch of a new community survey designed to measure their effectiveness and gauge community satisfaction with its services. The LaSalle Police Service is committed to providing exceptional policing services to all who live, work and play in the Town of LaSalle through respect, integrity and professionalism. Recognizing that time is a valuable commodity, we are asking our community members to take a brief minute
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LaSalle Police Service Launches Crime Prevention Week 2023

Awareness, Engagement, Prevention For Immediate Release: November 6, 2023 LaSalle Police Service Launches Ontario’s Annual Crime Prevention Week, November 5-11, 2023 Town of LaSalle, Ontario, November 6th, 2023 — Today, the LaSalle Police Service proudly kicks off Ontario’s annual Crime Prevention Week, set to take place from November 5th to the 11th, 2023. This vital week-long initiative to promote crime prevention is supported by key stakeholders, including the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), the Ministry of the Solicitor General, and police services across the province. Preventing crimes before they occur remains the most effective strategy for ensuring the
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LaSalle Police Youth Foundation Makes Donations to Three Recipients

With thanks to everyone who sponsored or donated to the 2023 LaSalle Police Youth Foundation (LPYF) Charity Golf Tournament, we were able to make $5000.00 donations to each of the following recipients:1) St. Andrews LaSalle Foodbank. The LaSalle Police Service is a longtime supporter of the food bank run by Deb Wilkinson and her team. Our foodbank provides support and nourishment for almost 70 families in LaSalle. 519-734-7682 2) Take a Shot Sports – Their programs provide underserved youth from Windsor Essex County with the opportunity to play sports that they might not otherwise get the chance to play. All
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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips Halloween can be a fun and exciting time for kids. We always need to be careful and follow a few safety guidelines. Motorists Are urged to use as much if not more caution as usual on Halloween night. Please drive with the utmost caution as there will still likely be children and pedestrians out and about on Halloween night. These safety tips will help keep everyone safe and happy this Halloween. For Parents: • Attach reflective tape or other material to your child’s costume to ensure they are more visible • Young children should be accompanied by
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Construction on Howard in Amherstburg Could Cause Increase in Traffic on LaSalle Roads

The intersection of Howard Avenue and Middle Side Road in Amherstburg will be temporarily closed for a construction project spanning nine months, commencing on October 24th, 2023. During this period, a designated detour route will be in place, directing traffic from County Road 8 to County Road 11 and finally to County Road 18. Residents of LaSalle, particularly those residing along Huron Church, Broderick, Disputed, and Front Roads, should anticipate an increase in traffic volume. We kindly remind all motorists to prioritize safety by adhering to posted speed limits and driving cautiously. Please plan your travels accordingly, considering the additional
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LaSalle Police – RIDE Program October 20th

During the evening of Friday, October 20, 2023, the LaSalle Police Service conducted a RIDE Progam at various locations in the Town of LaSalle. The officers stopped and investigated approximately 250 motor vehicles and conducted 4 roadside sobriety tests. No suspensions or charges were laid for impaired operation of a motor vehicle. The LaSalle Police Service will continue to educate and inform the public of the consequences of driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs and will conduct R.I.D.E. Programs throughout the year to help reduce and prevent impaired driving. In addition to impaired screening, officers issued three offence notices
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LaSalle Police Service 14th Annual Summer Safe Cycling Program Winner

For the last 14 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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