An accident near Arthur last month, has claimed the life of a 15-year old Wellington County boy.
Marc Machado was riding his bike on County Road 109, three weeks ago, when he was hit by a utility
trailer that came loose from a pick up truck. He was taken to Hamilton hospital, where he succumbed to
his injuries Thursday. No charges have been laid.
Provincial police continue to investigate.
Guelph Police this morning say that a prank has led to serious injuries and serious charges against a 16 year old Guelph youth.
Around 6:30 last evening on Henry Court, a car full of teens stopped to pick up two more people.
One of them got into the car, but the other, climbed on the hood of the vehicle.
Police say when the driver hit the brakes, he fell off, striking his head on the pavement.
A 17 year old youth remains in Guelph General Hospital with a fractured skull.
A 16 year old youth is charged with dangerous driving.
A 26 year old man is charged with voyeurism after a complaint from a woman back in September. The woman, at an Old Quebec Street Mall business complained that a man was watching her through a crack in the wall of her washroom stall.
An 18 year old man faces charges after two store windows were smashed out downtown over the weekend. He was arrested and charged with mischief, break and enter with intent, obstructing police, and possession of a controlled substance.
Two men are charged after vandals smashed the windowws to three backhoes parked in the area of Couling Crescent and Severn Drive. The canine unit helped track the men, who are from Georgetown and Cambelville, and face charges of mischief.
Around 4 in the morning on Saturday, there was an altercation between a man and a woman downtown Guelph. Police would like to speak to two men, who helped the woman to her feet and waited with her until she got into a cab. The witnesses are described as two men, one white and the other was black.
Police say on Saturday there were no fewer than 4 break ins they are investigating. At a convenience store in the Grange Plaza, a piece of concrete was used to smash the glass in the front door, and some scratch tickets and smokes were taken.
A window at the Liquor Store on Speedvale was smashed, using a wrench, and while nothing is believed to have been taken, two youths fled the area on bikes.
And thieves got into to a home on Greengate Road through an unlocked door and took a computer.
Finally on Woolwich street theives somehow got into an apartment and stole some jewellery.
You may want to check your clocks this morning. There have been power outages in the area overnight.
Power were off briefly in Guelph last evening, and overnight, the north end of Tockwood was without electricity.
All of those Guelph Hydro problems have been fixed, but Hydro One shows some outages to the north of Guelph.
About 58 customers are without power around Lake Belwood.
Saturday morning, one motorist contacted police to say he was being followed by another driver.
Police say this went on for several kilometers, and at time, one car was inches from the other vehicle, nearly striking it.
A 38 year old Guelph man is charged with dangerous driving, and is to appear in court in November.
Three Oakville men are in custody after a Halton
Region police officer was knocked down by a car while investigating
Police say undercover officers were approaching a car in a
parking lot at Trafalgar and Dundas Street Saturday evening when the
vehicle lurched ahead knocking an officer to the ground.
Police say the officer fired a shot, striking the car, which
stopped a short distance away.
The officer hit by the car was treated in hospital and released.
No one else was injured.
one of the men is charged with dangerous operation of a motor
vehicle and assaulting a police officer.
It may be a few more days before two Ontario men who spent seven
weeks in an Egyptian prison come home.
Toronto-based filmmaker John Greyson and Dr. Tarek Loubani of
London were unexpectedly freed in Cairo yesterday — but they were
barred from boarding a flight to Germany.
Prime Minister Harper told reporters at the A-PEC summit in Bali
he understands there`s a red tape issue that he expects will soon be
Greyson and Loubani were arrested on August 16th during a violent
demonstration in Cairo, but were never charged with anything.
Greyson’s sister Cecilia says the two were caught completely by
surprise when they were released — and that she cried tears of joy
when John called her yesterday.
In sports, the Storm dropped their second straight game, 4-1 to the Oshawa Generals. Zach Mitchell had Guelph’s only goal, late in the first period on a power play.
Guelph’s road trip continues next weekend with games in Ottawa, Belleville and Kingston.
Robert Ebach’s second period power play goal proved to be the difference, as the Fergus Devils beat the Erin Shamrocks 2-1 in Junior C action.
The Guelph Oaks were eliminated from the Kitchener and District Soccer League quarter finals, with a 2-1 loss to Sonny’s F.C.