Weekly Media Release
During the week of December 30 – January 6, 2022, the West Grey Police Service responded to 88 total calls for service.
- 3 – 911 Calls
- 5 – Domestic / Family Disputes
- 5 – Fraud Investigations
- 7 – Motor Vehicle Collisions
- 15 – Police Information / Assistance Calls
- 5 – Suspicious Persons / Vehicles
- 2 – Prevent Breach of the Peace
- 1 – Warrant executed
January 1, 2022 – Domestic Assault – On Saturday January 1, 2022 West Grey Police were called to an address in the Town of Durham in response to a 911 call involving a domestic dispute. The suspect fled on police arrival, but returned a short time later. Police re-attended and effected an arrest.
A 36-year old male from Cambridge has been charged with:
- Uttering Threats
Police held the accused for Bail Hearing, but was later released by the Ontario Court of Justice.
January 2, 2022 – Domestic Assault – On Sunday January 2, 2022 West Grey Police were called to an address in the Town of Ayton after receiving a 911 call involving a domestic dispute. The suspect fled on police arrival, but was tracked by keen officers. The suspect was found suffering the onset of hypothermia having fallen into the South Saugeen River. The male was arrested and taken to hospital for treatment. He was cleared to police custody, processed and later released. Lesson to be learned…… DON’T RUN FROM THE POLICE!
A 20-year old male from Ayton has been charged with:
If you have any information on any crime or wanted person you are asked to contact the West Grey Police at 519 369 3046 or Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222 TIPS – You may be eligible for a cash reward.
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Until next week – Stay Safe West Grey