Theft Under

On June 27, 2019, Officers were dispatched to Todd Lane for reports of a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle was located and stopped just east of Canada St on Todd Lane. 4 male passengers were observed in the vehicle as well as various signs, and a construction cone in the back seat and trunk. The males advised that after attending a party at their friends house they thought it would be funny to take signs off front lawns. The officer detected a smell of alcohol emanating from the vehicle. The 3 passengers advised they had been drinking at the party, however
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Animal Complaint

On June 25, 2019, a citizen attended the LaSalle Police Station to report a coyote attack on his dog which took place two days prior. The reporting male lives in the 1500 block of Bouffard and advised officers that around 9:30 am the morning of the 23rd. He stated that he was in his kitchen when he heard his dog, and shih tzu/poodle, yelping outside. Upon exiting to the rear yard he observed a coyote leaving the property. The male observed a significant wound to his dogs head and jaw area and rushed the dog to the vet. The dog
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Break and Enter

On June 23, 2019, a 911 call was received regarding a break and enter that had occurred only moments prior. The caller stated that they had woken to the sound of his home alarm beeping. Upon investigation he found that his garage door was open and the vehicles that were parked inside the garage had been opened and their dome lights were still on. Upon further investigation it was noted that the interior doors to the home were still secure. Officers were dispatched and a male suspect was located. Investigation is ongoing. LaSalle Police would like to remind everyone to
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Traffic Enforcement Continues in LaSalle

LaSalle Police continue their campaign of targeted traffic enforcement. As previously advertised, LaSalle Police had been receiving an increased number of complaints of speeding and aggressive driving in the Town. LaSalle Police embarked on a campaign to address the matter directly through targeted enforcement and directed patrols. As a result the number of traffic stops, charges, and warnings have increased exponentially each month. Traffic related charges laid per month since campaign began: March: 48 April: 85 May: 96 June: 130 The number of warning has increased exponentially as well. It is clear that there has been increased traffic enforcement overall
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Boaters – Wake and Speeding along the Detroit River

LaSalle Police are asking all boater’s from Seadoo’s to yachts to slow down and mind their wake. LaSalle Police and The Town of LaSalle have received complaints of property damage caused by vessel traffic and speeding along the waterways in LaSalle. As we are all aware, the water level in the area is extremely high causing all sorts of issues with flooding and property damage. Many docks in marina’s are submerged and land is being eroded as this high water continues. Boats in the marina’s sit higher in their slips are due to the high water and are striking against
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Theft

On June 21, 2019, a resident on Reaume Road called to report a theft. He advised that an unlocked shed had been entered by unknown suspects and they had stolen several thousand dollars worth of equipment which included a lawn mower, snow blower, circular saw and a generator. A canvass of the neighbourhood for video footage and witnesses was conducted. If you have any information regarding this theft, please call LaSalle Police at 519-969-5210 or Crime Stoppers at 519-258-8477. We urge all residents to secure all outside sheds with proper locks, and also make proper records of the equipment they
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Theft

On June 19, 2019, police attended a residence on Canard Drive for a report of theft. The caller had noticed that various items had gone missing from a back shed including a leaf blower, hedge trimmer and a gas can. A canvass of the neighbourhood was completed and the theft remains under investigation.
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Theft

On June 17, 2019, LaSalle Police Dispatch received a call regarding three female shoplifters at the Windsor Crossings Outlet Mall. A description of the three suspects including a vehicle was relayed over the police radio. An officer spotted a similar looking vehicle on Heritage Drive with three female occupants who matched the description of the suspects. The officer conducted a traffic stop by activating the emergency equipment on the police vehicle. Two other officers attended and assisted with the investigation. The three females were placed under arrest for theft. A search of the vehicle resulted in the recovery of not
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By-Law Dogs

On June 16, 2019, an officer was dispatched St. Michael’s street for a by-law dog complaint. The caller advised he was in his garage with his own dog when 3 dogs from his neighbours home entered the garage and began growling and fighting with his dog. He was able to quickly grab a garden hose to spray the dogs and get them to stop or run away. The investigating officer attended the neighbour’s residence to advise him of the complaint and he immediately began apologizing. He advised the officer that his wife had accidentally left the front door open and
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Suspicious Person

On June 4, 2019, officers were dispatched to Westview Park Boulevard in the early morning hours for a report of an elderly male wandering barefoot and only wearing a t-shirt. Once on scene Officers were able to locate the male who stated that he was confused to where he was and that he may have Alzheimer’s Disease. EMS also attended, examined the male after which he was returned to his residence in the care of his wife. Officers provided his wife with information pertaining to the LaSalle Police Service Vulnerable Persons Registry and suggested they visit the male’s doctor in
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