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March 26th, 2018 at 7 p.m. 

 

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Impaired Driver, Fail To Remain 

(Bradford, ON)  On Sunday, February 11, 2018, just after 4:00 p.m., South Simcoe Police responded to a call to be on the look out for a silver BMW that fled the scene of a collision in the area of Summerlyn Trail.  The suspect motor vehicle was reported to have struck a parked vehicle before mounting the curb and hitting a hydro box.  The vehicle sustained extensive front end damage.  The driver called the station shortly after and openly admitted to being the driver who left the scene, being a disqualified driver and had been drinking.  He provided the address he was at and waited for police to arrive.   The male was arrested at the residence and the damaged vehicle was impounded. 

The 23 year old male from Bradford was charged with Impaired Driving, Over 80 mgs, Fail To Remain and Drive Disqualified. 


Structure Fire 

On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 just after 6:30 p.m., South Simcoe Police received a call regarding a fire at the Friday Harbour Resort.  Fire was already on scene when police arrived.  The fire was contained to a number of under construction units.  Police are still on scene while fire attempts to determine a cause. 

Nothing suspicious at this time. 

Utter Threats 

(Bradford, ON)  On Tuesday, January 23, 2018 around 11:30 p.m., South Simcoe Police received a 9-1-1 call from a home  in the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury.  The brother of the victim reported his concern for his sister's safety after she received some aggressive and threatening text messages.  After speaking with the victim, police learned there is also a history of abusive behaviour from her husband and felt she had a genuine fear for her safety. 

Police attended the suspects place of work and arrested him.  He has been charged with Utter Threats  To Cause Bodily Harm or Death.  He has a court date in February and must reside elsewhere and avoid the victim.   

Fraud 

(Innisfil, ON)  On Tuesday, January 23, 2018, a man attended South Simcoe Police, North Division, to report a fraud that had taken place.  He reports that he met a couple of ladies while at the OLG Slots in Innisfil and they must have distracted him enough to get his bank card and PIN number sometime throughout the evening.  This was noticed when the victim attended the bank to withdraw funds and noticed his banking card gone and close to $3000 missing from his account the next day.  

Police are investigating with the help of the banks and business cameras from where transactions have taken place. 

Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision in the Town of Innisfil 

(Innisfil, ON)  On Tuesday, July 12th at approximately 10:30 a.m., South Simcoe Police, Innisfil Fire & Rescue Services and Simcoe County Paramedics were called to the intersection of Yonge Street and County Road #89 for a motor vehicle collision involving a motorcycle and a car. 

The motorcycle with two occupants was travelling southbound on Yonge Street and came into contact with a southbound Chrysler Pacifica within the intersection. The two occupants were thrown from the motorcycle to the ground. 

The driver, a 16 year old Innisfil teen was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. His passenger, a 15 year old Peterborough area teen was taken to a local hospital and he was later transported to a Toronto Trauma Centre with serious injuries. The driver of the Chrysler Pacifica, a 85 year old Alliston man received minor injuries. 

Officers from the Traffic & Marine Unit were called to investigate and reconstruct the collision. Police are asking anyone with information regarding this crash to contact them at (705) 436-2141 extension 2030.  

Both Yonge Street and County Road #89 have now been reopened for traffic. 

Domestic Dispute 

(Bradford, ON)  On Sunday July 10, 2016 10:50 PM officers were called to a domestic disturbance at a residence in Bradford.  Upon arrival, officers found a couple arguing over money and other issues in the relationship. Neither complained of being assaulted, however, officers did locate a crack pipe and cocaine in the possession of the 36 year old male. 

He was arrested and taken into custody.  He was later released with a future court date to answer to the charges of possession of a controlled substance. 

 

R.I.D.E. programs in Innisfil and Bradford 

On Sunday night patrol officers in Innisfil and Bradford set up R.I.D.E. programs in both communities to check drivers for sobriety. Officers stopped approximately 100 cars in the early morning hours and are pleased to report that no driver was given a road side test. Officers will be setting up random R.I.D.E. programs throughout our communities at all hours of the day and night to detect those drivers that still get behind the wheel after drinking. 

Please remember, if you drink don't drive. 

 

Marine checks on Lake Simcoe 

Marine officers are out responding to calls for assistance from other boaters as well as checking for compliance with equipment regulations. Officers are still finding boaters on Lake Simcoe that do not have a personal floatation device (PFD) aboard their vessel. On Sunday, officers conducting a random equipment check on a kayak operated by a 54 year old Innisfil man, and found the man did not have any safety equipment nor a PFD.  The man was escorted off the Lake and given $235 fine.   

Please make sure you have all safety equipment on board and wear your PFD at all times on the water. 

If you have questions about what equipment is needed, call the South Simcoe Police Marine unit or go on line at Transport Canada 0ffice of Boating Safety at https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/marinesafety 

 

Overdue Kayaker found safe 

(Innisfil, On)  On Saturday July 9, 2016 two brothers in their forties,  from Richmond Hill, set out for a day on the water in their kayaks. The men got separated when a rain storm rolled up at 4:30 PM. One man made it back to shore but then realized he had lost sight of his brother and could not locate him. 

Police were called by the man, approximately four hours later, and a search was started by Marine officers from South Simcoe Police, York Regional Police and a helicopter from Durham Regional Police.  

The Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC) Trenton was also involved in the search.  

Just before midnight, the missing brother was found after swimming to shore in Gilford. Police credit the personal flotation device  (PFD) he was wearing the whole time, with saving his life. The man was in good condition and did not need any medical attention. 

Police remind anyone who goes out on the water to always wear your PFD, carry all emergency equipment, including a flashlight or flares that can be used to signal where you are, and carry a cell phone with you at all times.

 

 Findlay Kyle 801001 Kyle FINDLAY

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Synopsis: In 2010,  South Simcoe Police investigated a series of arsons. Findlay is wanted for his role in the events. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

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