Guelph Police have scheduled a news conference for Wednesday.
Police are releasing investation information into the death of Constable Jennifer Kovach.
On March 14th, Kovack died after her cruiser and a city bus collided on Imperial Road. She was responding to another officer’s call for assistance in an arrest. Police have been investigating since the accident.
The press conference takes place at 1 at the Clair Road Emergency Services Centre.
On Friday afternoon, just after 5, Guelph Police attended to a colission at Woolwich Street, just south of Road. Investigation alleges that a female driver attempted to make a turn onto Woolwich, when she struck a second vehicle, then struck a telephone pole as she pulled away. A 49 year old Guelph woman was charged with imparied operation of a motor vehicle and drive over 80. Damage is estimated to be in the thousands.
There was an attempted break and enter, to a residence on Wilsonview Avenue Saturday morning, just after 11. The homeowner called police after finding her screen door open and a stick left in the door.
There were a couple successful break and enters over the weekend however. One residence on Auden road was entered through an unlocked front door sometime between 2 and 4 Saturday afternoon. The home was ransacked and dvds and a bike were stolen.
Then a home on Sunset Road was entered on Sunday sometime between 3:30 and 8 in the evening. Culprits got in through anotehr unlocked front door, and took a video game console.
A 41 year old woman from Guelph is charged after refusing to provide a breath sample earlier this morning. At around 2:15 this morning, police conducted a traffic stop on Elizabeth Street and smoke with the female driver, and demand was made for a roadside breath sample. The driver failed the test and was arrested, and taken to the Guelph POlice station, where she was told to provide two more breath samples, which she refused. She was subsequently charged and will appear in court in September.
Guelph police are reminding residents to lock your car doors and keep valuables out of sight, after recieving multiple reports of thefts from cars over the weekend. The locations were Primrose Lane, Liverpool Street, Law Drive, and Gordon Street South.
Halton Region police say two suspects, who are
believed to be brothers, face charges in connection with an Oakville
Police say one of the suspects allegedly entered an RBC bank on
Saturday wearing a full face mask and a fake beard while holding a
After allegedly robbing the bank of an undisclosed amount of
cash, police say the man fled to a vehicle where the other suspect
Police say both men fled the area but their vehicle was then
involved in a minor collision a short distance from the bank.
Both suspects were arrested at the scene of the collision.
The Mississauga men, 19 & 20, are charged with robbery.
Nearly half of Ontario’s jails are overcrowded, with some cells
meant for two inmates crammed with three or more.
According to statistics from the Ministry of Community Safety and
Corrections, 14 of the province’s 29 jails had more people than
there was space for on an average day in 2012.
These are the highest rates of overcrowding in six years.
Durham Regional Police are investigating a suspicious death in
A 57-year-old man was found dead in his home on Saturday
afternoon when police responded to a disturbance call.
Two males were arrested in the case, which is now in the hands of
Peel police are investigating the death of a Hamilton man who was
shot in Brampton.
Police say the victim — 25-year-old Ricky Dunkley — was killed
at a convention centre early yesterday morning.
They also say that a trail of blood found at the scene indicates
a second person may have been wounded.
Police are investigating the death of an 83-year-old woman who
was hit by a vehicle while crossing a road in northeast Toronto.
Police say the woman wasn’t crossing at a crosswalk when she was
struck just after midnight yesterday.
The woman was brought to hospital and later died.
Brandt Snedeker captured his second P-G-A Tour event of the season, closing with a
2-under 70 for a three-shot victory at the R-B-C Canadian Open in Oakville. Snedeker
took the lead yesterday when second-round leader Hunter Mahan withdrew when his wife went into labour. David Hearn was the top Canadian, finishing 12 back.
The Guelph Gators won provincial silver yesterday, but still get a shot at national gold.
The Gators lost 5-4 in extra innings to Brantford in the championship final of the Ontario bantam softball championship tournament at Guelph Lake Sports Fields.
Guelph still advances to the national bantam championships in Prince Edward Island, next month.