Police are searching for a missing Kichener teen.
13-year old Dkota Pellerin was last seen Sturday by his family, and last seen Mnday by his friends.
Plice say he also goes by the name Cdy.
Hes described as white, 5-foot -6, with a thin to average build. H has short black hair and brown eyes.
Poice are concerned for the teen’s safety and well-being.
Povincial Plice have identified the man killed in a single vehicle accident this morning in Perth County.
32-year old Jonathan Lucas was pronounced dead at the scene, after his pick up truck crossed Perth
Road 121, near Millbank, drove into a ditch and struck a tree.
It happened just after 6.
Police say he was the only one in the vehicle at the time.
Just after 3:30 last Friday afternoon, witnesses called police about a possible impaired driver, in the parking lot of the Canadian Tire store in Fergus. Wellington Provincial Police reposonded and spoke with the driver, and determined she had been drinking. A 55 year old woman, from Guelph is charged with impaired dirving and drive over 80.
A 34 year old man from Guelph is charged after police were called to a plaza on Speedvale Avenue last evening. Just after 6:30, police arrived in response to a man shouting at people and throwing items. He was subsequently arrested, and charged with causing a disturbance and breach of probation.
Anyone with information is asked to call police after a home on College Avenue was entered sometime yesterday morning. Police say the home in the townhouse complex was entered sometime between 7:30 and 11:30, and the thieves damaged the front door to gain entry. Three full bags of hockey equipment, as well as golf clubs and a bar fridge were stolen.
Police are reporting more thefts from cars, all from yesterday. Lincoln Crescent, Buckthorm Crescent, Metcalfe Street, and Glenhill Place are the locations.
The Guelph Golf and Curling Club is suspending its 2013-14 curling season due to financial constraints.
The club announced the news to its members last week.
The club reportedly says the board of directors decided to cancel the curling season to give the organization time to review its current business model.
Full refunds are being given to members who already paid for a membership.
The club says its formed a partnership with the Guelph Curling Club on Woolwich street. The arrangement will provide its members a place to play next year at a discounted price.
The Curling facility at the club was added to the original clubhouse building in 1963.
Waterloo regional police are looking to speak with a man and woman in connection to the suspicious
death of a 28-year old Elmira woman.
On July 5th, Erin Howlett was found in the Grand River near Riverbank Drive in Kitchener.
She had been reported missing by her family hours before her body was discovered.
Homicide detectives would like to talk to the two, who are seen in security camera images.
But police have not identified the pair as suspects.
The City of Guelph is acknowledging the sudden passing of Rick Henry.
Henry joined the city in March of 2007 as City Engineer and at the time of his passing was also
the General Manager of Engineering Services.
In a statement from Guelph C-A-O, Anne Pappert – Pappert says in 2010 and 2011, Henry
oversaw the largest infrastructure stimulus program Guelph has ever undertaken.
He also had a long history of volunteerism, being honoured in 2009 by the Ontario Good
Roads Association with their Volunteer of the Year Award.
As per city protocol, the municipal flag was lowered to half mast in his honour.
Wellington Provincial Police are investigating a pair of vehicle thefts in Fergus.
The two trucks were taken sometime Saturday evening from the Centre Wellington Sportsplex while the owners attended the Fergus Truck Show.
Both vehicles are white Chevy Silverados equipped with lift kits, 20-inch chrome rims and large mud tires.
One of the trucks is a 1996 model, with a “Cummins” sticker on the tail gate.
The other is a 2002 with an “Oakley” Sticker on the tail gate and two white whip antennas on the truck box.
You can contact Wellington OPP or Crimestoppers with any tips or information regarding the thefts.
Several hundred people marched in Toronto last night to protest
the police shooting death of a young man on a city streetcar early
Protesters marched to the city’s west-end, where 18-year-old
Sammy Yatim was killed in an altercation with police.
A smaller group continued on to the area police station to.
The province’s police watchdog is investigating the shooting and
Toronto police chief Bill Blair says the force will fully co-operate
with the S-I-U probe.
A police spokesman says the officer involved has been suspended
with pay and the head of the police union says the unidentified
officer is “devastated” by what happened.
Six men at a London jail have been charged after an inmate was
beaten on his first night in custody.
Police say 22-year old Jeremy Sippel was attacked the morning of
July 2nd — his first night in the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre
— and hospitalized with serious injuries.
Six inmates between the ages of 19 and 24 are charged with
assault causing bodily harm.
The Guelph Royals lost 8-1 to the Baycats in Barrie last night.
The Royals host the London Majors at Hastings Stadium tonight.
Game time is 7:30.
Storm forward Robbi Fabbri is one of the 22 players named to Team Canada for
next week’s Ivan Hlinka Under 18 tournament in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
They leave for Europe today. The tourney runs from Aug.5-10.