A 23 year old man from Preston is charged with assault causing bodily harm, after a disturbance downtown, early Saturday morning.
Police say one man was kicked in the face, while lying on the ground, and suffered a concussion and lost a tooth. He was left unconcious.
Three men and a woman are charged after a fight downton, on Sunday morning, involving a group of ten people. Police found the group, and there was only one minor injury.
Over 700 drivers were checked during RIDE spot checks over the weekend. 18 drivers were given road side screening tests, and 4 drivers tested in the warning range. They had their licenses suspended for 72 hours.
While homeowners on Gosling Gardens were sleeping, theives entered their home and stole electronincs. Police responded yesterday afternoon. And there were five more reports of vehicle breakins. Police are investigating.
A two car crash yesterday afternoon, east of Cambridge, sent four people to hospital. A 66 year old man from Flamborough was thrown from his convertable, and was airlifted to hospital in Hamilton. Three people in a car, that rolled over into a ditch following the colission, were taken to Cambridge Memorial Hospital. they suffered major injuries.
Waterloo Regional Police are calling the death
of a 55-year-old Kitchener woman a homicide.
The body of Mary Anne May was discovered along the Grand River
Investigators are calling her death a homicide on the strength of
an autopsy done Saturday.
However police are not releasing the cause of death because they
say it could compromise their investigation.
Ontario’s Tories will get to work on an election platform after
spending the weekend debating policy.
Delegates from across the province gathered in London to hash out
more than two dozen policy ideas ranging from cutting income taxes
to selling beer and wine in corner stores.
Tory Leader Tim Hudak also dodged an attempt to bring about
another leadership review.
Some Tories upset the party lost four of five recent byelections
tried to change the constitution so that a leadership vote could be
held at any time.
But the motion was overwhelmingly defeated.
The federal government has promised to kick in an unspecified
amount of money to help fund a subway extension in Toronto.
Prime Minister Harper made the promise in Toronto yesterday,
calling it good news for commuters.
But he didn’t say exactly how much Ottawa will contribute to the
The province has offered 1.4 billion dollars for a shorter
In sports, in Junior C hockey, Shomberg beat the Fergus Devils 6-2.
In Kitchener and District Soccer League action, the Oaks shut out Feds United 3-0, while Sonnys F.C. beat the Rangers 2-0. Both Guelph teams have just one game left in the regular season. The Oaks are tied for first, while the Rangers are in 9th.