Posts Tagged ‘Lambton OPP’

Lambton OPP arrest Detroit man said to be driving drunk and mistakenly entering Canada

Lambton OPP say a 46-year-old male driver from Detroit was charged with driving over the legal limit after mistakenly entering into Canada from Port Huron in the early hours of Saturday, July 13.  

Man arrested in Ipperwash beach area

Lambton OPP say they arrested a 41-year-old Blenheim, Ont., man on Friday morning, the result of complaints received about indecent acts in the Ipperwash beach area near West Ipperwash Road and Centre Road in Lambton Shores. The man has been released but is to appear in a Sarnia court on August 26. Anyone with information [...]

Lambton OPP identify early Sunday morning fatality as pedestrian from Enniskillen Twp.

Lambton OPP say they are continuing to investigate a fatal collision that occurred on July 14, 2013 just after 2 a.m. in the 3200 block of Confederation line. The pedestrian who was struck by a taxi cab and who died, has been identified as 20-year-old Jessica Font of Enniskillen. There are no reports of injuries [...]

Lambton OPP make arrests in alleged grow-op in Dawn-Euphemia

Lambton OPP say they made several arrests related to an alleged illegal operation in Dawn-Euphemia Township last Friday. The resulting search revealed marijuana in various stages of growth as well as cocaine, Hydromorphone pills, a loaded hunting rifle, two stolen ATVs, and cash. The street value of the controlled substances is more than $32,000, say [...]

Three sent to hospital after crash at Brigden Road/Petrolia Line

Lambton OPP are continuing to investigate an early Thursday morning crash that sent three people to hospital. A Dodge Colt travelling south on Brigden Road collided with a Ford pickup truck that was travelling east on Petrolia Line. The driver of the Dodge, 57-year-old Sheila Boucquez of Dresden has been transferred to a London area [...]

Lambton OPP say more Canada Day liquor charges in Grand Bend this year compared with 2012

One year over the next is hardly a trend, but Lambton OPP say there were more charges laid on this year’s Canada Day in Grand Bend than last year—126 compared with 98 in 2012. Officers were kept busy over the long weekend, with 370 calls for service throughout the county. Liquor related charges are up [...]

Special Investigations Unit will handle Canada Day incident in Grand Bend

Lambton OPP say an incident in which a man was injured while in the custody of officers on Canada Day is being investigated by the provincial Special Investigation Unit. The man, who was arrested following a reported disturbance, was said to have resisted arrest. In the process of attempting to flee custody, he fell and [...]

Two men wounded, third will appear in court on aggravated assault charges

Lambton say two men, 19 and 20, both from St. Clair Township, were taken to hospital last Friday (June 7) after suffering from wounds related to an edged weapon, allegedly a knife. The victims were found on the property of Sir John Moore School in Corunna. A 17-year-old male from Corunna was arrested. He has [...]

Human remains said to be of ‘historic and cultural’ interest

Human remains found on a residential property in Point Edward earlier this week have been determined to be of “cultural and historic interest” and not the result of foul play. The discovery, which occurred on Alexandra Street, was made when the homeowner was doing some fencing work. A coroner and forensic anthropologist were called to [...]

OPP continue to investigate collision between car and golf cart near Indian Hills

Lambton OPP say they are continuing to investigate a Tuesday morning collision between a golf cart and a vehicle travelling on Lakeshore Road near Indian Hills Golf Course. A 51-year-od Forest man, John Boris, was driving the golf cart when it came into contact with a car driven by 76-year-old Barbara Mann, who is from [...]