During the week of January 20 – 27, 2022, the West Grey Police Service responded to 68 total calls for service.

  • 4 – 911 Calls
  • 7 – Domestic / Family Disputes
  • 2 – Mental Health Act
  • 5 – Motor Vehicle Collisions
  • 6 – Police Information / Assistance Calls
  • 4 – Person Well Being
  • 2 – Bail Violations
  • 1 – Warrants executed (Arrest Warrants)
  • 8 – Traffic Hazards / Traffic Enforcements
  • 2 – Fraud Investigations
  • 2 – Unwanted Persons

Bail ViolationOn Monday January 24, 2022 West Grey Police were called to an address is West Grey in response to an alleged Bail Violation.  As a result of the investigation an Arrest Warrant has been sought for a 35-year old West Grey resident.

Fires – On Wednesday January 26, 2022 West Grey Police, West Grey Fire along with support of Grey Highlands Fire responded to 2 working fires – 1 in Durham the other in Glenelg Twp.

West Grey Police were able to evacuate and save an elderly disabled occupant at one scene within minutes of the call being received.

West Grey Fire and Grey Highland Fire battled the flames and extreme cold conditions preventing further loss of property.

West Grey Police – Criminal Investigations Unit is responsible for all major case management and investigations. 

Do you have video surveillance cameras at your residence or property? 

If you have footage that can help us solve an ongoing matter, or if you have 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.

COVID 19 Update

Effective January 31, 2022 significant changes to the Reopening of Ontario come into effect. Learn more about what this means for you.

Until next week – Stay Safe West Grey


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