Oakville Police Beat: May 30, 2016

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Oakville Police Beat: May 30, 2016
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Halton Regional Police are busy every day, and to keep you informed on what our men and women in blue are doing in Oakville everyday, here is the Oakville Police Beat Report.

For Monday, May 30, 2016 the Halton Regional Police involved with the various activities, which does not include all the daily work done to protect Oakvillians.

  1. A Stunt Driver was pulled over for doing 50 km/h over the speed limit. The driver’s licence was suspended for 7 days and the car was impounded.
  2. Constable Draper attended a meeting of the Central Ontario Crime Prevention Association learning about the latest information and techniques.
  3. The public were warned that leaving your backyard shed unlocked is an open invitation for a thief, after a rash of robberies from sheds.
  4. The bike patrol was out in full force with big grins on a glorious day to mark the beginning of bike to work week.
  5. car pulled over

    Stunt driver loses license for 7 day in Oakville.

    Bronte Road at Lower Base Line was closed yesterday after a single vehicle accident that involved a truck, which resulted in the driver being severely injured.

  6. A 25 year old driver was charged after being found in possession of controlled substances. The driver was charged with various offences.
  7. Another driver was charged for driving while impaired as well as going 80 km/h over the speed limit after leaving a local bar.
  8. The public were urged to review rules regarding swimming safety.

Should you ever require the assistance of the police please call: (905) 825-4777, and for emergency situations dial 911. The Halton Regional Police are happy to help.



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