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Police Nab Drunk Driver
Thursday, March 26, 2015 (6747 reads)

On Sunday, the West Parry Sound OPP responded to a report of a possible impaired driver travelling southbound on Highway 400 towards Parry Sound. Police patrolled the area and observed the vehicle on Parry Sound Drive in Parry Sound,  initiated a traffic stop and determined the driver had consumed alcohol.

As a result of the officer’s investigation, James Snell, 58, of Scarborough, was arrested and charged with:

1.    Driving while ability impaired

2.    Driving with more than 80 mgs of alcohol,

3.    Drive motor vehicle with liquor readily available

The accused will appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in Parry Sound on April 16, 2015 to answer to his charges.

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Police Release Name of Third Plane Crash Victim
Thursday, March 26, 2015 (5628 reads)

The police have released the name of the third victim of the plane crash that occurred on March 17th. The plane that had been reported in distress shortly after takeoff and was located the next day in desolate rugged terrain near the mouth of the French and Pickerel Rivers north of Britt, Ontario.

Following additional post mortem investigation, OPP has advised that the third victim involved as being that of Vilma Gumpal, 42, from Sudbury.

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Gravenhurst Fire Causes $100,000 in Damages
Thursday, March 26, 2015 (17511 reads)

A house fire in Gravenhurst caused $100,000 in damage last night.
20 firefighters and six fire trucks responded to this house fire in the former Ryde Township area of Gravenhurst. 
The fire started at a residence at 1011 Fitchett Lane and was discovered by neighbours just prior to 10 p.m. 
Despite using water from the nearby Riley Lake, the property was engulfed by the fire and was unsaveable. 
“The fire was in a very advanced state when it was first noticed,” said Larry Brassard, the Gravenhurst Fire Chief. “A metal roof hampered extinguishment efforts somewhat, but thankfully and despite icy conditions in and around the incident site, there were no injuries.”
The source of the fire has not yet been determined but is deemed not suspicious in nature.

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Woman Charged After Refusing to Give a Breath Sample
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 (10246 reads)

Police report that on Friday March 20, they were conducting a R.I.D.Eprogram at the intersection of Boundary Road and Main Street in Novar when a female driver approached the program.  Police spoke with the driver and arrested and charged Tammy Lalande, 46, of North Bay with refusing to provide a breath sample and possessing more than one drivers licence.

The accused was released from police custody and is scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice on April 23, 2015 in Sundridge, Ontario.

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Police Investigate Multiple Thefts
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 (2769 reads)

On Wednesday March 11, Police were called to investigate the theft of a black and yellow 2012 Skidoo MXZ 600. 

Police report that sometime between Tuesday, March 10, and Wednesday March 11, 2015 at thieves entered the Dairy Lane, Ryerson Township property and stole the snowmobile.

Then on Friday March 13, OPP investigated the theft of a grey 2010 Dodge pickup truck and a 2005 red Bombardier all-terrain vehicle.

Sometime between Thursday March 5, 2015 and March 13, 2015 thieves entered the Long Lake Road, Perry Township property and stole the vehicles.

Police are continuing to investigate, any person with information regarding the person(s) responsible for these theft contact OPP or Crime Stoppers.

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Distracted Driving Campaign Wraps Up, Police Lay 106 Charges
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 (758 reads)

The OPP have concluded its recent Distracted Driving campaign.  During the March 14-20 campaign, officers throughout Bracebridge and the province, were busy raising awareness among motorists that using a hand-held device and engaging in other forms of distraction while driving is a dangerous behaviour.

This latest campaign saw 106 distracted driving charges laid by officers in Bracebridge detachment along with many warnings.  

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Court Date Deferred to Later Date For Robbery Suspect
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 (4067 reads)

Tristan Taylor, who was arrested earlier this month in connection to a robbery in downtown Huntsville, appeared in a Bracebridge court today. 
Taylor was arrested after allegedly robbing Huntsville’s Hometown IDA Drugstore at gunpoint. Police and emergency tactical units were deployed to Huntsville during the subsequent investigation. 
Taylor was in court for a bail hearing but his case was held over until a later date of April 14 in Bracebridge.

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Snowmobiler Dies of Injuries After Crash
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 (17394 reads)

Police are reporting that a Tiny Twp man involved in a snowmobile crash in February has succumbed to his injuries.  Members of the Southern Georgian Bay OPP were dispatched at 10:20am February 27, 2015 to a report of a single snowmobile crash on OFSC trail # 304.

The report came to the OPP Communications Centre in Orillia from Tiny Township Fire Services after two snowmobilers came upon the scene of a snowmobile and an injured, unconscious lone male approximately 300 meters north of the 17th concession of Tiny Township that would appear to have struck a tree alongside the trail.  He was transported by Simcoe County Paramedic Services to Georgian Bay General Hospital and was later transported to a Toronto area hospital for treatment of his critical injuries.

44 year old Timonthy Grozelle passed away as a result of his injuries in a Toronto Hospital on Sunday.

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15 Year Old Airlifted After Snowmobile Crash
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 (17941 reads)

On March 21, OPP were called to a single snowmobile accident.   Police report that the collision occurred on an OFSC trail in McMurrich/Monteith Township.

A 15 year old female driver from Tecumseh, Ontario was travelling north when she lost control of her snowmobile and struck a tree.  The driver was airlifted by Orange Air Ambulance to hospital with serious injuries.  Speed is believed to be a factor in the collision.

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Thieves Break Into Cottages, Steal Video Game.
Monday, March 23, 2015 (1876 reads)

OPP officers discovered two Lake of Bays cottages had been broken into last weekend, but it seems only a videogame was stolen.
On Friday, March 20 at around 2:30 p.m. Huntsville OPP officers investigated a break in at a cottage on Paint Lake in Lake of Bays.
OPP found that the door of the cottage had been forced in and culprits had gone inside, rummaged through the drawers, damaged a flat screen television but found that only a video game had been stolen. 
During their investigation OPP found that the neighbouring cottage had been broken into as well. 
OPP are currently investigating the incident, trying to determine if anything else was stolen from the cottages. 
OPP are asking for the public’s assistance in solving these crimes.

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OPP Data Shows Young Men Most Likely to Die in Crash; Children and Teen Statistics Drop.
Monday, March 23, 2015 (773 reads)

The OPP have released 10 years worth of data surrounding fatal car accidents on Ontario roads.
The data, which was taken between 2005 and 2014, shows that young men are among the highest fatalities and also sheds light on passenger deaths as well.
The study recorded a total of 3,500 deaths. Of that 3,500, 2.358 of them were men, nearly twice the amount of women, who totaled 1,146. Young men in particular were hit hard with 397 of male deaths being men aged 25 to 34.
The study also found that of those that died, 69.2 per cent of them were drivers, 23.1 per cent were passengers and 7.7 per cent were pedestrians. 
The data also showed that it’s not only unsafe drivers that suffered. While 1,975 of the cases recorded were shown to have been driving improperly at the time, 450 of the fatalities that were recorded were reported to have done nothing wrong when an accident occurred. 
Passengers were also found to factor into a high percentage of deaths, primarily due to lack of wearing a seatbelt. The report found that 856 people died in accidents where their lack of wearing a seatbelt contributed directly to their deaths, 245 of those deaths were passengers. 
It’s not all bad news. The data revealed that there was a decrease in deaths amongst children and teenagers. Statistics of child and teen deaths in accidents peaked during the initial years of the study with 26 children and 42 teens dying in 2005. The numbers dropped to four deaths amongst children and 16 amongst teens in 2014.

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Gravenhurst Town Hall Victim of Vandalism.
Friday, March 20, 2015 (974 reads)

GRAVENHURST – Town hall was the victim of vandalism last night as seven windows facing Fairview Drive were damaged. 
Bracebridge OPP are investigating the vandalism to the 5 Pineridge Gate building but are not certain at this point what was used to damage the windows. OPP  are asking anyone who recalls any suspicious activity or remember hearing any noise during the night of March 19, to contact them

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Police Warn of Emergency Scam
Friday, March 20, 2015 (8322 reads)

The OPP is reminding citizens that emergency scams target vulnerable persons and seniors by playing upon their emotions and rob them of their money.

Each year, emergency scam artists contact thousands of citizens and many people get scammed in their rush to help. Many victims are hesitant to say ‘no’ or to hang up on someone on the phone, which makes them easy targets for criminals to access substantial sums of money.

In 2014, five 5 per cent of all complaints received by the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre were victims of the “Emergency Scam” -- sometimes referred to as the “Grandparent Scam”. Of those 1,977 complaints, 737 people were identified as victims who reported a total loss of more than $2.4 million.

In the typical emergency scam, the victim will receive a frantic phone call from someone claiming to be a grandchild or loved one. The caller will explain that they are involved in some sort of mishap or are having trouble returning from a foreign country and need money right away. 

Scammers know how to gather your personal information for criminal means. They use phony social media accounts to find real names, real interests, real phone numbers and when you are going to be home or away.  They’ll even call in the middle of the night to take advantage of the confusion caused by awaking suddenly with the expectation its bad news at that hour. Most of all, they rely upon the victim’s desire to help their loved ones, whatever the cost. 

To avoid becoming a victim, police advise you to first check with another family member or trusted friend to verify the information BEFORE sending money or providing credit card information by phone or e-mail

If you or someone you know may have been the victim of an ‘emergency’ scam, contact OPP or Crime Stoppers.

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Three People Killed in Tractor Trailer Accident on Highway 69
Thursday, March 19, 2015 (8561 reads)

Three people are dead after a collision with a tractor trailer on Highway 69 yesterday. 
William Tuck, 71, of Lake Helen First Nation, Ember Wynne, 13 and Myah Kowtiash, 3 months, both of Red Rock Township were killed when a their van entered onto Highway 69 into the path of an oncoming tractor trailer. 
The accident was attended to by the West Parry Sound OPP, the Sudbury OPP, the Britt Fire Department, Henvey Inlet First Nation Fire Department, the Parry Sound EMA and the Ornge Air Ambulance. 
The driver of the tractor trailer sustained minor injuries and two other passengers from the van were transported to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

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Plane Crash Victims Identified
Thursday, March 19, 2015 (28333 reads)

A Sudbury  lawyer, his wife and her caregiver are the victims of the plane crash that occurred on Tuesday, just north of Britt.  The Toronto Sun is reporting that lawyer Leo Arseneau, his wife, Mary Lou and an un-named care giver died after their plane went down in a heavily wooded area near the mouth of the Pickerel River.

Police say that first responders had to rappel down a line from a helicopter to the site of the crash.

The plane was bound for Florida.

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Three Bodies Recovered in Plane Crash
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 (25233 reads)

Three bodies have been recovered  from an apparent plane crash near the mouth of the Pickerel River, north of Britt.  Police reported that the plane had engine problems shortly after leaving Subury yesterday afternoon.  The Joint Rescue Coordinator Centre sent an aircraft and helicopter from Trenton to locate and assist. Officers from West Parry Sound OPP also joined in the search for the aircraft.

More details as they become available.

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Man Charged With Distracted Driving
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 (10671 reads)

West Parry Sound OPP officers were patrolling Bowes Street in Parry Sound when at approximately 11:15 a.m. a driver was observed speaking into a cell phone being held in his right hand.

The driver, a  24 year old from Massey, Ontario was charged with drive hand-held communication device contrary to the Highway Traffic Act.

The total payable fine for using hand-held phones or entertainment devices while driving is $280.

The fine comes during Distracted Driving Week which started on Saturday.

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Police Searching for Missing Aircraft
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 (8574 reads)

Police are looking for an airplane that had to make an emergency landing.  Yesterday, shortly before 4 p.m., the West Parry Sound OPP were advised of an aircraft having engine problems 20 kilometers south of Sudbury.  Police report that a Piper aircraft with 3 people on board reportedly left Sudbury and had to make an emergency landing.  Radio contact was then lost.

The Joint Rescue Coordinator Centre sent an aircraft and helicopter from Trenton to locate and assist. Officers from West Parry Sound OPP Detachment are assisting locating the aircraft.

Transport Canada Safety Board has been notified and will be assisting in the investigation.  As of press time, first responders are still looking for the plane.

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Distracted Driving Campaign Underway in Muskoka.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 (1037 reads)

34 people in the Muskoka area have been charged with distracted driving related charges as part of the OPP’s Distracted Driving Campaign this March. 
Highway Safety Division Commander Chuck Cox spoke to the campaign saying, 
“Distracted driving is a danger to all road users. Fortunately, these same road users are in a position to help put a stop to it. We want to see everyone develop and maintain a complete intolerance for distracted driving and make it the socially unacceptable driving behaviour that it should be,” 
Under the distracted driving law using any hand-held communication or electronic devices while driving is illegal, this includes iPods, cell phones, laptops, GPS systems (that are not mounted) and more. 
Under the law, those charged could face fines of $225 if you settle out of court or $500 if the person chooses to fight the charge and loses.

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Georgian Bay OPP Officer Hit by Drunk Snowmobiler.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 (6761 reads)

A Southern Georgian Bay police officer is no worse for wear after being struck by a snowmobile during a routine snowmobile check in Penetanguishene Bay last weekend. 
At around 9 p.m. on March 15, two OPP officers were conducting a check of numerous snowmobiles on the outer harbor of Penetanguishene Bay when an oncoming snowmobiler approached the group, stopped and then suddenly accelerated, hitting one of the officers.
Officers were able to subdue the driver and subsequently arrested the driver. 
David McTague, 50, of Tiny Township was charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, assault on a Peace Officer with a weapon, driving while impaired and driving with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood. 
McTague will be in court in Midland on March 26. 

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Police Warn of Lottery Scams
Monday, March 16, 2015 (3505 reads)

Lottery scams and other prize fraud schemes now rank second highest in terms of the number of mass marketing fraud complaints, and fourth in terms of dollar losses reported by victims, according to the Ontario Provincial Police.

Many Canadians find themselves becoming scam victims, thanks to the excitement of a surprise win or to claim prizes from fake lotteries, sweepstakes or contests. In 2014, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) received 4,400 Canadian complaints of prize or lottery fraud. Of those, 652 people were victimized to the tune of more than $4.3-million. Police believe 95 per cent of victims never report the crime.

Phone calls, an e-mail, text messages and pop-up messages on your computer or laptop may make claims that the offer is legal and that there are relatively minor costs to claim the ‘big’ prize. By responding, you may lose everything you send to a scammer and – if you have provided other personal details – your identity information could be stolen to support other crimes.

If you have been approached to pay a fee to claim a lottery or other type of prize, contact your local police service or Crime Stoppers or online at .

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OPP Warn Sledders to Exercise Caution in Remainder of Season
Friday, March 13, 2015 (942 reads)

The West Parry Sound OPP report that they have had two snowmobile fatalities so far this winter season and responded to 55 incidents involving snowmobiles.  The police say that with the March break approaching, there are a few good weeks of snowmobiling left, and the OPP remind snowmobile enthusiasts of their responsibilities and due diligence when venturing out.  Weather conditions, speed and alcohol remain contributing factors in the majority of collisions on snowmobiles.

The police remind you to

• Never mix drinking or drugs with operating a snowmobile.

• Respect other users of area trails such as skier’s pedestrians and private land owners.

• Reduce your speed for the conditions you encounter and keep in mind the level of riding experience of your group.

• Ensure that you wear protective gear including a helmet that fits you.

• Always tell someone what your travel/trail plans are and carry a cell phone for emergencies.

• Remember ‘no ice is safe ice’.  If you go through the ice, remember the 1-10-1 rule.  You have one minute to gain your composure, to get your breath.  You have ten minutes to get out of the water and you have less than one hour to get yourself warm.

• Visibility can change in an instant as well as obstacles can appear before you can react – reduce your speed and don’t override what you can see.

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Police Kick Off Distracted Driving Campaign
Thursday, March 12, 2015 (1591 reads)

As the Ontario Provincial Police gets ready to conduct public education and targeted enforcement for its annual Distracted Driving Campaign, it has already reported 12 distracted driving-related deaths so far this year.

The OPP’s 2015 collision data is shaping up to see a seventh consecutive year in which inattentive driving surpasses impaired driving as a causal factor in the fatal collisions it investigates. The OPP says that both of these fatality categories are dangerous, preventable driving behaviours that result in the senseless loss of life on Ontario roads every year. 

OPP collision data reveals that driver inattention was a causal factor in 12 of this year’s 51 fatal collisions to date. In five of the fatal incidents, it was the driver who was found to be driving inattentively who died.  In two incidents, the driver who died did nothing wrong and was driving properly at the time of the collision.  Three of the incidents involved a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle. Nine of the deceased were males, three were females and their ages range from 33 to 88 years old.

Chief Superintendent Chuck Cox, Commander of the OPP Highway Safety Division says that “Distracted driving is a danger to all road users. Fortunately, these same road users are in a position to help put a stop to it. We want to see everyone develop and maintain a complete intolerance for distracted driving and make it the socially unacceptable driving behaviour that it should be,” said.

You can learn more about Distracted Driving by following these links:

Distracted Driving (MTO)

Tips to Avoid Distracted Driving (CAA)

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Distracted Driving Deaths Surpass Impaired for Seventh Year
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 (893 reads)

As the OPP gets ready to conduct public education and targeted enforcement for its annual Distracted Driving Campaign, it has already reported 12 distracted driving-related deaths so far this year.

The OPP’s 2015 collision data is shaping up to see a seventh consecutive year in which inattentive driving surpasses impaired driving as a causal factor in the fatal collisions it investigates.  Both of these fatality categories are dangerous, preventable driving behaviours that result in the senseless loss of life on Ontario roads every year. 

 “We want to see everyone develop and maintain a complete intolerance for distracted driving and make it the socially unacceptable driving behaviour that it should be,” said Chief Superintendent Chuck Cox, Commander of the OPP Highway Safety Division.

What can you do to help?

• Be mindful that distracted driving  poses a significant  threat to the well-being of your family and friends;

• Start conversations and shed the negative light on it that it deserves; 

• If you are in a vehicle being driven by someone who is driving while distracted, always speak up. Be firm and say:                  “Enough! Make this your new attitude every day.

• If you see someone driving while driving distracted, call 9-1-1 to report them.

• Be self-disciplined every time you get behind the wheel; do not allow yourself to be distracted in any way while                 you are driving. 

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Lake of Bays Official Plan Public Info Session
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 (762 reads)

Yesterday afternoon, the Township of Lake of Bays held an open house to solicit feedback from the public on their proposed Official Plan which has as its goal:  "Implementing our vision for quality living space."

The lengthy plan which has been a joint project of the District Municipality of Muskoka and the Township of Lake of Bays is being developed with the assistance of Tunnock Consulting.

The meeting provided the public with a chance to review the document, ask questions, and submit formal comments for consideration. The draft plan is to be further modified based on comments received at the meeting.  About 30 members of the public attended the meeting chaired by Mayor Bob Young.  The speakers submitted comments and concerns in a variety of areas including:  the reduction of allowable rural lot sizes, the use of tents and trailers on private property, the development permit process, encouraging affordable housing, a perceived lack of attention paid to tourism and small resorts, and the length of the plan. About ten submissions were presented by members of the public in attendance.  Robert Hurst, President of the Pennisula Lake Association expressed the concern that the plan was "too lengthy and unrealistic - and influenced by special interests to include such unrealistic items as bike lanes and rooftop gardens."

A statutory public meeting will be held at a later date and provide the public with another opportunity to submit formal comments for the committee’s consideration. After that, council will determine when the Plan is ready to be adopted and sent to the District of Muskoka for final approval.

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Police Urge Residents to Use Caution Near Bodies of Water
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 (405 reads)

With the milder weather, the OPP is warning the public to exercise extreme caution near any bodies of water that presently has ice on them.

Police warn that what appears to be frozen, could in fact be ice that is not capable of supporting any weight at all. Ice safety can be affected by many factors, including: thickness, currents, age of the ice, pressure cracks and snow cover.

Chief Superintendent John Tod, Regional Commander of the OPP Central Region is reminding parents to “educate your children about the dangers that come with melting ice and the spring runoff. Not only does the ice become unsafe, but banks along all bodies of water soften and can pose a threat to people and pets as well.”

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Thieves Steal Cash from Car
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 (2984 reads)

The Almaguin Highlands OPP is investigating a theft from a vehicle parked at a residence on Highway 592 in Emsdale.

Police report that thieves entered a parked vehicle and stole approximately $140 early Friday morning, March 6th.  Possible suspect(s) were seen leaving the area on foot and are described as wearing dark clothing.

Any person with information regarding the person(s) responsible for this theft should contact the OPP or Crime Stoppers.

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Thieves Steal Two Snowmobiles
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 (2926 reads)

Bracebridge OPP are investigating the theft of two motorized snowmobiles along with various tools after several storage units were broken into, in Bracebridge between Monday, March 2nd and Wednesday, March 4th.

Police report that thieves entered several locked storage units and ultimately stole two snowmobiles,  a Blue 2004 Yamaha VT5 and a Blue 2007 Yamaha model PZ50VTWL.  Also stolen were a Stihl leaf blower with a magnum back pack, a Stihl chain saw and a Stihl weed eater along with Jerry cans containing fuel.

Police are asking anyone with information to contact the OPP or Crime Stoppers.

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North Mary Lake Vehicle Break & Enter Nets Cash, Ipod
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 (1731 reads)

On Saturday March 7, around 11:00am Huntsville OPP responded to a report of a theft from a motor vehicle on North Mary Lake Road.

Police report that sometime overnight thieves entered an unlocked vehicle and removed an Apple IPod and both Canadian and America Currency. 

Anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area is asked to contact Huntsville OPP or Crime Stoppers.

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Two Men Face DUI Charges
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 (13079 reads)

On March 1, the Huntsville OPP received information that a possible intoxicated male was observed leaving a local business in a GMC pick-up truck.

Police report that officers patrolled other businesses in the Huntsville area including the Novar area.  One officer located the suspect pick-up truck in a parking lot at a business in Novar.  As a result of the complaint the driver of the pick-up truck had indeed been drinking.

Investigation led to the arrest of Douglas Fisher, 69, of Huntsville Ontario.  He was eventually charged with Impaired Driving and Having more than 80mgs of alcohol per 100mltrs of blood. 

On Friday March 6, 2015 just after 11:00pm officers were on patrol in the town of Huntsville and observed a Honda Civic roll through a stop sign.  The officer stopped the vehicle and spoke to the driver about his infraction.  It was found that the driver of the Honda had been drinking. 

As a result of the investigation Ross Leason,43, of Huntsville was arrested and eventually charged with having more than 80mgs of alcohol per 100mltrs of blood. 

Both charged males will appear on April 1, 2015 at the Ontario Court of Justice in Huntsville to answer to their charges.  Both vehicles were impounded for a period of 7 days and issued a 90 day licence suspension.

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Thieves Search Medicine Cabinet During B&E
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 (3323 reads)

On March 5, the OPP was made aware of a break and enter that had taken place at a business on Muskoka Rd 3 North in Huntsville.

Police report that sometime overnight thieves broke into the business that previously was used as a home.  Once inside they went into the bathroom and rummaged through all of the cabinets.  The culprit also went through the business area disturbing only the things on the desk.  It appears that nothing was taken in this break and enter.

Huntsville OPP would like to remind the public to take a minute and check medicine cabinet for any expired or unused prescription medicine.  Most pharmacy’s will take back all medication and dispose of it.

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Tire Thieves Have Cars "Up On The Blocks"
Monday, March 09, 2015 (10208 reads)

Two cars are “up on the blocks” so-to-speak, after thieves apparently removed and stole tires and rims from two vehicles last week. 
On March 6 at around 9 a.m. Huntsville OPP were notified that tires had been stolen from a vehicle at a car dealership on Hanes Road. OPP say that sometime between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m., suspects entered the dealership parking lot and removed four tires and rims from a 2015 Dodge Ram 1500 pick-up truck. 
The tires were described as Goodyear Wrangler 20 in tires with silver aluminum rims and are valued at over $1,000.
Another case of tire theft occurred on March 8 when at around 11 a.m. Huntsville OPP were informed that four winter tires and rims had been stolen from a vehicle parked on Coveside Drive in Huntsville. 
OPP say that sometime between 2 p.m. on March 7 and 11 a.m. on March 8 suspects entered the property and stole the tires and rims from the victims parked vehicle. 
OPP currently have no suspects in either case but are asking for anyone with information to contact the Huntsville OPP or Crime Stoppers.

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Missing Girl Found Safe & Sound
Saturday, March 07, 2015 (529 reads)

Police report that 14yr old Christine Osmond has been found safe. The police would like to thank the public for their help.

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