UPDATE – LaSalle Police Seeking to Identify Person Who Took Wallet From Cart at LCBO LaSalle

On October 8th, 2021, at around 6:00 p.m., The LaSalle Police Service received a report from a resident who left their wallet in a cart at the LCBO on Malden Road in LaSalle. When they immediately returned, the wallet was no longer there. Officers have reviewed video footage at the LCBO and observed a caucasian female remove the wallet from the cart and place it in her purse. The female left the store shortly after and has not contacted the police in regards to finding the wallet. ***UPDATE – LaSalle Police have identified the person in question*** Police are requesting
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LaSalle Police Officer and Partygoer Injured at Gathering in LaSalle

LaSalle Police Case #LA21-9894 Just before 11:00 PM on October 30th, 2021, LaSalle Police Officers were summoned to a disturbance at a location in the 6500 block of Malden Road. When officers arrived they located a large party underway with an estimated 100 – 150 people in attendance. As officers were dealing with the partygoers and shutting down the party they were informed of a fight that had erupted inside the facility. Just as they were entering, one person was assisted outside who was bleeding profusely from the head after being struck by an object that was thrown. The officers
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LaSalle Police Service R.I.D.E. Program

During the evening of Thursday, October 28th, 2021 the LaSalle Police Service conducted a R.I.D.E. Program at various locations in the town. The officers canvassed approximately 477 vehicles and conducted 4 roadside sobriety tests, which resulted in one 7 day licence suspension. Officers also issued 12 cautions under the Highway Traffic Act. Please don’t drink and drive or drive high. Plan ahead for alternate means of transportation.
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LaSalle Police Seeking to Identify Person Who May Have Information About a Lost Wallet

On October 8th, 2021, at around 6:00 p.m., The LaSalle Police Service received a report from a resident who left their wallet in a cart at the LCBO on Malden Road in LaSalle. When they immediately returned, the wallet was no longer there. Officers have reviewed video footage at the LCBO and confirmed that the wallet was in fact left in the cart. Police are requesting the person that may have located the wallet to contact the LaSalle Police Service to turn it in so it can be returned to the owner. Please contact Constable Sean Bear of the LaSalle
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LaSalle Police Service 12th Annual Summer Safe Cycling Program has Concluded

For the last 12 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 on 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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Amherstburg Female Issued Three Day Driver’s Licence Suspension

An adult female from Amherstburg was issued a three-day driver’s licence suspension just before 2:00 a.m. on Monday, October 18th for having a blood-alcohol level of more than 50 mgs while operating a motor vehicle. A LaSalle Police Officer stopped the Chrysler 200 on Malden Road for a Highway Traffic Act offence and could smell alcohol from within the vehicle while speaking with the driver. A test was administered to determine the driver’s blood alcohol concentration after which she was issued with the suspension. Her driver’s licence was seized and suspended for three days. There are no fines or points
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E-bikes Information and the Law

The LaSalle Police Service has recently responded to a number of complaints regarding youths riding e-bikes in LaSalle as well as interfering with traffic. In several of the cases, the person(s) operating the e-bikes were under the minimum age of 16 years and were operating the vehicle in a manner that was dangerous to themselves and to other motorists. Before you purchase or ride an e-bike, make sure that you are in compliance with all laws and safety standards. Here is an excellent resource and FAQ page from Electric Avenue E-Bikes in Hamilton Ontario – https://eaebikes.com/mto-ebike-faq#a8 Here is an excerpt
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Scams Requiring Google Play Cards as Payment

LaSalle Police Service is making everyone aware of a scam involving the purchase Google Play Cards but could involve any type of redeemable gift card. Two residents reported having received e-mail requests from friends, asking them to purchase Google Play Cards and provided a tearful story as to why they required this. The e-mails appeared to be legitimate and from people they knew. Both persons purchased hundreds of dollars worth of the cards. Luckily, both of them contacted their friends to advise that they had purchased the cards and were advised that no such request was made and so they
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The LaSalle Police Youth Foundation Thanks Our Sponsors and Donors for Their On-going Community Support

The LaSalle Police Youth Foundation hosted its 18th annual Charity Golf Tournament on Monday, September 13th at Essex Golf and Country Club.  The LPYF is run by the LaSalle Police Service with a goal to inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Our ability to provide assistance to youth-related initiatives, activities and organizations in LaSalle and Essex County would not be possible without the gracious and generous support of our sponsors.  We are grateful to our loyal supporters, donors and sponsors; many of whom have been with us since the
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Motorists Urged to Pay Attention for Crossing Guards and Students

The LaSalle Police Service is urging motorists to keep a watchful eye out for our crossing guards and students as they make their way to and from our area schools. Since the beginning of this school year, some of our crossing guards have reported nearly being struck by vehicles who failed to stop for them or did not see them altogether. The crossing guards are out there ensuring the safety of our children and will not call on the children to cross until it is safe to do so. But…motorists must do their part as well by being mindful and
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