Sarnia Police Service responded to 149 calls for service during the first weekend of December 2014.
One can only hope the 21 calls related to domestic/family disputes over the weekend can only be statistical “blip” on the radar of Sarnia Police Service.
Sarnia Police officers are hoping to exceed the 1,681 pounds of food collected last year when they bring a cruiser to Wal-Mart and Zehr’s Super Centre this Saturday.
Sarnia Police say they have laid a charge of public mischief against a 25-year-old woman who had claimed earlier this week she was attacked in a commercial alleyway near the intersection of Kathleen Avenue and East Street but later admitted she had fabricated the entire incident.
A second person now faces charges related to the discovery on October 19 of a small dog found in a dumpster on Colborne Road.
A 25-year-old Sarnia man who was first arrested on November 5 is now facing some 12 counts of possession of stolen property after Sarnia Police followed a trail of leads that lead to them conducting a search of the accused’s residence.
Sarnia Police responded to 137 calls for service over the weekend.
A collision with a hydro pole has earned a 17-year-old Sarnia driver a charge of careless driving by Sarnia Police.
Nearly a month ago Sarnia Police dealt with reports of a small dog being found in a dumpster wrapped in garbage bags in the 900 block of Colborne Road.
It was early Sunday morning (November 15) when Sarnia Police got the call—someone creating noise with the revving of their engine in a parking lot at Finch and Wellington.