April 28, 2022
West Grey Police submitted the following report:
During the week of April 21 - 28, 2022, the West Grey Police Service responded to 81 total calls for service.
On April 24, 2022, West Grey Police attempted to stop a vehicle travelling at 150 km/h in an 80 km/h zone on Grey Road 3, Normanby. Officers were able to get the vehicle stopped at the intersection of Grey Road 4. The 18-year old driver was arrested and charged with Stunt Driving and will appear in court at a later date. The vehicle was impounded for 14 days and the driver’s licence was suspended for 30 days.
On April 24, 2022, West Grey Police were called to a Garafraxa Street address in answer to a Domestic Dispute. During the investigation one involved person kicked a police cruiser and an officer and was then arrested. A second involved person was found to have an outstanding Bench Warrant and was placed under arrest and later transported to Barrie Police. The officer did not sustain any injuries. The matter is still under investigation at time of report.
On April 26, 2022, West Grey Police West Grey officers located a vehicle on College Street, Durham and observed a beer can being thrown from the vehicle. A traffic stop was initiated and the driver displayed signs of impairment and was found to have over twice the legal limit of alcohol.
The 20-year-old driver from West Grey was arrested and is charged with:
He was processed and later released and will appear at the Ontario Court of Justice, Walkerton at a later date. The vehicle was impounded for seven days and his driver’s licence was suspended for 90 days.
Until next week — Stay Safe West Grey
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