FROM AN DECEMBER 5, WEST GREY POLICE MEDIA RELEASE — Over the summer months of 2019, 14 pieces of government IDs and six cheque books had been stolen from vehicles located across Central and Southwestern Ontario in areas from Windsor and Toronto to Hanover and West Grey.
On November 9 2019, West Grey Police officers arrested a 29 year old Hanover woman for an unrelated manner and upon searching her, stolen property was located. Subsequent to police investigation, the 29 year old Hanover woman has been charged with 13 counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime and six counts of Being in Possession of an Identity Document without lawful excuse. The accused was arrested on the 4th day of December 2019 and was processed and released with a court date of January 15th 2020, where she will appear at the Walkerton Courthouse to answer to the charge.
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