Police are searching for a Guelph man reported missing from his retirement home on College Avenue.
56-year old James Hird left the College Place Retirement Home on Friday, and has not been seen since.
Employees contacted police when they were unable to locate him Saturday.
He’s described as white, five-foot-six, 150 to 160-pounds, with balding auburn hair and blue eyes.
Hird was last seen as wearing blue jeans, a white hoodie and a red baseball cap with gold-rimmed glasses.
An Elora man is dead after a single vehicle accident in Turkey Point.
67-year old Robert Meinzinger was driving in Hidden Valley Trailer Park, when his car hit a parked vehicle
and a tree.Â It happened just before 6 yesterday morning.
He was pronounced dead the scene.
An autopsy is scheduled for today to determine the cause of death.
A bicyclist was hit by a car this morning at the corner of Wyndham and Wellington.
The 57 year old man from Belwood, who was wearing a helmet, was taken to hospital for treatment of a head injury, as well as an injury to his ankle.Â
He was in stable condition, but has now been transfered to Hamilton General Hospital.
Police are still on the scene of the accident.
Meanwhile, police are still looking for witnesses, after a 61 year old woman was struck by an SUV on Woodlawn Road Saturday afternoon.Â Â She was treated for minor injuries in hospital.
A 17 year old Guelph youth is charged with assault with a weapon, and possession of a dangerous weapon.
Saturday evening, police were called about a man who had harmed himself.Â One officer chased a man along the train tracks south of Foster Avenue.Â Â When the officer caught up, the man took a swing at him, with a piece of glass in his hand.
The officer subdued the man, and took the glass, without injury.
Saturday morning, owners of a business on Elizabeth Street, discovered that thieves had entered their fenced yard overnight, and stolen a 180 thousand dollar truck, and a scrap metal bin
And police are reporting no fewer than 4 people charged over the weekend with drinking and driving.Â
In two cases, the people arrested were also in possession of pot, and were subsequently charged.
A 5 vehicle crash yesterday afternoon in the south end of Guelph, closed Gordon Street, south of Clair Road, and backed up traffic for over an hour.
10 people were treated at the scene by paramedics, but none went to hospital.
A 25 year old Toronto man has been charged with careless driving.
And 14 year old boy from Conn, was airlifted to Hamilton General Hospital, Saturday afternoon, after an accident on County Road 109 near Arthur.
The boy was riding his bicycle, when he was struck by a homemade utility trailer that broke free from the vehicle that was towing it.
Police say the trailer began to sway, before becoming detached, and striking the boy.
Police in Hamilton say they have laid a murder
charge after an 18-year-old man died in a downtown stabbing.
Â Â Â Investigators say it happened in the parking lot of a Tim Hortons
around 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
Â Â Â The victim has been identified as David Pereira.
Â Â Â Police say Raleigh Stubbs, 49, has been charged with first-degree
Â Â Â He was remanded into custody and will appear in court Monday.
Two Ontario men held without charge in Egypt since mid-August
will remain in detention for at least two more weeks.
Â Â Â Friends of Dr. Tarek Loubani and John Greyson say the district
prosecutor’s office has told the two men they’ll remain under lock
and key for another 15 days.
Â Â Â Loubani, a doctor from London, and Greyson, a York University
professor and filmmaker were detained August 16th during deadly
riots in Cairo.
In sports, the Guelph Hurricanes game in Waterloo was cancelled after the first period yesterday, because of poor ice conditions.
In Junior C play, Fergus beat Caledon 6-5
And in soccer, Hrvat trounced the Guelph Rangers 8-0.