Posts Tagged ‘Sarnia Police’

Sarnia Police find Fentanyl patches in vehicle, signs of trafficking in accused’s home

Sarnia Police say they have made another arrest of a suspected Fentanyl trafficker. The arrest, which was made yesterday (Wednesday, October 15), involved a 25-year-old Sarnia man who was found sitting in a parking lot in the 200 block of Capel Street. Police say a search of the man’s vehicle revealed several Fentanyl patches with an […]

Sarnia Police received 163 calls for service over Thanksgiving weekend

Sarnia Police Service answered 163 calls for service over the Thanksgiving long weekend. Officers also conducted 17 traffic stops for various traffic violations. The 163 calls include : 6 – 911 Hang Up Calls 8 – Alarm Calls 2 – Break and Enters 9 – Disturb the Peace Calls 16 – Domestic/Family Disputes 6 – […]

Two more cases of drinking and driving surface over long weekend

Sarnia Police arrested two young females in two separate incidents for impaired driving over the long weekend. The first incident took place on Friday, October 10, 2014 at around 11:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of Finch Drive. A 20-year-old Wallaceburg woman lost control of the vehicle she was driving, crossed over oncoming lanes and ended up […]

Skateboarder in middle of road becomes belligerent, aggressive with police

Riding late at night on a skateboard may not be the smartest move. But doing so down the middle of the centre line of Devine Street near Brock got the attention of a Sarnia Police officer on Saturday (October 11). Not only was the skateboarder allegedly obstructing traffic but the officer was concerned for his safety. […]

Routine traffic stop results in charges of theft and possession of weapon, controlled substance

Sarnia Police say a routine traffic stop on Lansdowne Ave. last Friday (October 10) resulted in the driver being charged with theft of a leather coat that is said to have still carried the ink security tag on it. After the man’s arrest, he was searched and police say they found a flick knife with […]

31-year-old driver charged in August collision that killed 73-year-old Sarnia woman

In the aftermath of an August 10 fatal collision between a truck and a pedestrian, Sarnia Police say a a 31-year-old driver has been charged with careless driving. A 73-year-old Sarnia woman, who police initially had difficulty in identifying (she was carrying no identification), was later identified although her family requested the name not be released. […]

Sarnia Police looking for help in identifying spill of unknown liquid

Sarnia Police are looking for help from the public as to the origin of a spill of an unknown liquid on the Murphy Road/Highway 402 overpass that was first noticed around 12:45 p.m. Thursday (October 9). The liquid was in the left hand lane of southbound Murphy Road just north of Exmouth Street, covering an […]

Driver stopped by Sarnia Police allegedly 3.5 times legal limit

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Sarnia Police say they have charged a 29-year-old Sarnia man with impaired driving after being stopped in the early hours of Monday (Oct. 6). The man, who was stopped around 1:30 a.m., caught the attention of a patrol officer due to the speed he was travelling on Wellington Street. During a subsequent conversation, the driver […]

Sarnia Police report 124 calls for service over weekend

Sarnia Police responded to 124 calls for service the first weekend of October 2014. Officers also conducted 13 traffic stops for various traffic violations. The 124 calls include: 2 – 911 Hang Up Calls 8 – Alarm calls 3 – Break and Enters 4 – Disturb the Peace calls 8 – Domestic/family Disputes 6 – […]

Lambton College will be holding simulated lockdowns throughout its campus this week

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Lambton College is doing what any good emergency planner does this week. The institution will be conducting a Lockdown Simulation on the main campus throughout the week of October 6 – 10, a procedure that will include involvement by Sarnia Police.For the purpose of this exercise, Code Red and Code Blue warnings will be issued […]