West Grey Police Media Release June 10th to 17th 2019
On June 12th, 2019, police were dispatched to attend a residence on Douglas Street in Durham for report of a mischief. The complainant explains that the rear window of her vehicle had been smashed out. The victim reports that on June 11th, she had gone to bed around 10:00pm and the next time she saw her vehicle was around 08:00am on June 12, 2019 and that is when she discovered the damage. It is believed that between those hours, unknown person(s) attended their address and broke the rear window of her white Dodge Journey. Police are asking that anyone who may have surveillance cameras available to review them during those hours. Anyone with information is being asked to contact the West Grey Police Service at 519-371-6911 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS should you wish to remain anonymous.
On Wednesday June 12th 2019, police were called to attend a residence on Grey Road 10 in the former Normanby township where owners report that their 2011 Arctic Cat 550cc four-wheeler had been stolen. The victim reports that they had left the property at approximately 12:00pm and when they returned around 03:00pm, the ATV had been stolen. The four-wheeler is described as a orange 2011 Arctic Cat 550cc with a full factory 2 Up seat and a black battery powered seeder mounted on the back. This investigation is on-going and anyone with information is being asked to call the West Grey Police Service at 519-371-6911 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS should you wish to remain anonymous.
Special Olympics Ontario presents West Grey with award
On June 12th, 2019 Cody Jansma, the Director of Business Development for the Special Olympics Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run attended the West Grey Police Service for a very special presentation. Jansma, along with local Special Olympics athletes Brad Andrews and TJ Walton, presented Chief Robert Martin and Constable Cory Trainor with a Special Olympics Ontario 50th Anniversary memento which is awarded to the biggest supporters of the cause. The West Grey Police Service has been recognized provincially for the large amount of fundraising that has taken place in the Municipality of West Grey. Though this award was presented to our police service, it truly belongs to all of our community partners. The support shown each year makes for successful events which in return, gives Special Olympics athletes the chance to participate in their sports. To all of the community members of the Municipality of West Grey, thank you for your continued dedication and support.