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June 01, 2022

West Grey Police Report May 19-26, 2022

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During the week of May 19-26, 2022, the West Grey Police Service responded to 83 total calls for service.

  • 5 – Assist other Police Agencies
  • 1 – Ambulance / Fire Assistance
  • 12 – Mental Health Act
  • 5 – Motor Vehicle Collisions
  • 5 – Police Information / Assistance Calls
  • 2 – Domestic / Family Disputes
  • 2 – Warrants
  • 1 – Recovered Stolen Vehicles
  • 2 – Suspicious Persons / Vehicles
  • 4 – Person Well-Being checks
  • 1 – Police Pursuit
  • 10 – Traffic Hazards / Traffic Enforcements
  • 2 – Sexual Assaults
  • 5 – 911 Calls for service

May 21, 2022 - Dangerous Driving / Fail to Stop After Accident – West Grey Police were called to a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Grey Road 3 and Deer Creek Crescent, West Grey. On police arrival, investigation revealed a vehicle had driven off the road, stuck a number of signs, fled the scene, and then returned to scene almost striking witnesses. The truck then fled the scene again. Within minutes police received a call of another collision this time on Concession 10 and that the driver had fled into a forested area. O.P.P. Canine Unit, Emergency Response Team and Hanover Police assisted in the search for the male suspect. A 44-year old male from West Grey has been arrested and is charged with:

  • Dangerous Driving – (Criminal Code)
  • Fail to Stop After Accident – (2 Counts – Criminal Code)

The male was processed by police, released on an Undertaking and will appear in the Ontario Court of Justice, Walkerton at a later date.

If you have any information on any incident or 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.

Canada Road Safety Week wrapped up during the long weekend. While officers handed out a number of tickets to drivers we are pleased to report that there were NO serious injuries or fatalities on West Grey roadways. R.I.D.E. spot checks were conducted every day and NO persons were arrested for Impaired Driving.

If you are HIGH – DON’T DRIVE,
It’s NEVER worth the RISK!!


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