Date: 4 June 2017
Occurrence type: Theft from vehicle
Sometime during the early morning hours of 4 June 2017, between 1am and 7am, the victim’s car was entered while parked on College St N at Chester St W, Durham. Culp(s) unknown stole a new black Sanyo 32” television, and Acer and Hewett Packard laptops and a Dewalt impact gun. The approximate value of the theft is $1200. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding this matter can contact the West Grey Police Service at 519-369-3046 or Crime Stoppers at 888-222-8477.
Date: 9 June 2017
Occurrence type: Mischief
On Friday 9 June, at 8:45pm West Grey Police patrols of Durham located damage to one of the the basketball back boards on George St E by the tennis courts. A large hole had been made in one of the tempered glass back boards. The damage value was approximately $600. Anyone with information regarding this matter can contact the West Grey Police Service at 519-369-3046 or Crime Stoppers at 888-222-8477.
Date: 10 June 2017
Occurrence type: Domestic Assault
On Saturday 10 June 2017, a spousal assault causing bodily harm and related driving offences occurred in Bentinck, West Grey. On Monday 12 June 2017, the accused turned himself into to West Grey Police. He was held pending a bail hearing at Walkerton Court.
Date: 10 June 2017
Occurrence type: Bicycle / Motor vehicle collision
On Saturday 10 June at approximately 4pm a young girl was bicycling with a friend at Bender’s Park on Douglas St, Durham. They rode down the west side hill which intersects Con 2 WGR south of Douglas St. The young girl followed her friend onto Con 2 WGR where neither bicycle stopped and the girl was struck by a northbound vehicle. Both the girl and car driver were treated and released from the Durham Hospital with minor injuries. The investigating officer attributes the wearing of a bicycle helmet to saving the young girl from serious injury.
Bicycle safety and road awareness is a MUST for all of our Municipalities young riders. Have fun, be safe.
Date: 11 June 2017
Occurrence type: Robbery
On Sunday 11 June 2017, at approximately 6:30pm the lone female employee of Granny’s General Store in Ayton had served one customer who then exited the store. The remaining customer an adult male in an agitated manner approached the employee and demanded to purchase several bottles of alcohol after the LCBO portion of the store was closed. When advised alcohol couldn’t be sold, the male threatened the employee with physical harm and then left with two bottles of liquor. No weapons were seen. Police were called and investigation resulted that evening in the accused from Mount Forest being arrested for robbery and subsequently released with conditions, one being not to attend at the aforementioned premise. The accused will be appearing at the Walkerton Court in July.