Assist Public

On July 22, 2019, officers were dispatched to the location of Howard Avenue and Huron Church Line Rd for a confused elderly female. It was discovered the female had walked almost 7kms from the retirement home from which she resided in LaSalle. A resident located her and called police for assistance and provided her with a bottle of water. The officers called to advised the retirement home and the officers transported her back. She was also added in the LaSalle Police Vulnerable Registry database in case she is to wander off again. The family also advised she has been put
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Theft of a Motor Vehicle

On July 21, 2019, officers attended the 1400 block of Sugarwood Crescent for a report of a theft of a motor vehicle. The reporting person informed the officers that their blue 2015 Infinity QX60 AWD was stolen from their driveway sometime between July 20th at 7:30 PM and July 21st at 5:30 AM. The vehicle is described as having a black leather interior with a moon roof and tinted windows. The licence plate on the vehicle when it was stolen is CJEH649. The keys to the vehicle may have been accidentally left inside after removing groceries the day prior. The
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Theft

On July 11, 2019, an officer attended a residence on Bouffard Road for a report of theft of a bike. The reporting person stated that his bike was NOT secured and had been left leaning on the side of the residence. It was taken between the hours of 11am and 1:30pm. The bike is valued at $700.
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Theft of Gas

On July 10, 2019, an attendant at the Petro Canada Gas station on Front Rd called police to report a “Gas & Dash”. The investigating officer was able to review surveillance footage and obtain the license plate of the vehicle involved in the incident. Subsequently the officer was able to locate a telephone number for the registered owner of the vehicle and speak to them. The vehicle owner, who also happened to be the driver at the time of the incident, advised the officer she thought she had prepaid and apologized for her oversight. She advised the officer she would
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Traffic Stop – Provincial Statutes

On July 7, 2019, while conducting traffic enforcement for high water levels, an officer had the opportunity to stop a vehicle travelling south along Front Road. The driver was asked to provide his license, as well as permit and insurance for the vehicle. A query for his license revealed he was an unlicensed driver as his license had expired. The driver was subsequently charged with Driver motor vehicle – no license, contrary to Section 32(1) of the Highway Traffic Act. The expired license was seized and was returned to the Ministry of Transportation. A friend of the vehicle owner attended
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LaSalle Police Youth Foundation Charity Golf Tournament

On Monday, July 8th, 2018, the LaSalle Police Youth Foundation held its 17th annual charity golf tournament at Essex Golf and Country Club. Many of the founding sponsors and players still fully support and participate in this tournament after all these years. In its 17 years of existence and with the help of these wonderful sponsors, this tournament has raised approximately $265,000.00 for local youth related activities, initiatives, organizations, and charities. This year alone approximately $15,000.00 was raised. We have many generous sponsors and would like to acknowledge our title sponsor, Vollmer and Associates and Farhall Home Comfort Specialists. Each
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Sexual Offense

As of July 2, 2019, LaSalle Police are currently investigating a report that a person was video taped by their partner without their knowledge while being intimate together. **Note to LaSalle Residents….According to the Criminal Code of Canada Publication, etc., of an intimate image without consent 162.1 (1) Everyone who knowingly publishes, distributes, transmits, sells, makes available or advertises an intimate image of a person knowing that the person depicted in the image did not give their consent to that conduct, or being reckless as to whether or not that person gave their consent to that conduct, is guilty (a) of an indictable
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Speeding and Aggressive Driving

LaSalle Police continue to address the matter of speeding and other highway Traffic Act Offences in LaSalle and have issued 29 charges and 29 cautions under the Highway Traffic Act and Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act. The message should be quite clear by this point to slow down and drive safely in LaSalle.
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Boaters – Wake and Speeding along the Detroit River

Last week we asked that every boater in LaSalle to slow down and mind their wake. This week the water in the Detroit River rose significantly causing the Town of LaSalle to temporarily close Front Road due to flooding as is posed a safety hazard. LaSalle Police would like to remind everyone to please keep this in your thoughts as you travel through LaSalle as well as our neighbours Windsor, Amherstburg, St.Clair Beach and all other communities along the waterfront. As we are all aware, the water level in the area is extremely high causing all sorts of issues with
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Suspicious Circumstances

On June 28, 2019, officers attended a residence on North Townline for suspicious circumstances. They met with the mother of the reporting person who was wishing to report on her behalf. The daughter had listed a prom dress on Kijiji which included her telephone number. A male called under an unknown number, which the female answered only expecting her father as his number comes up the same way. The male asked general questions about the dress indicating he was inquiring for his daughter. The male then asked were she lived to which she eventually provided him her address. He then
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