- Category: Media Releases
(Bradford, ON) On Friday, February 02, 2018, just after 1:00 a.m., South Simcoe Police received a 9-1-1 call from a concerned citizen working at a local restaurant. She reported that a female had been at the restaurant for a lengthy amount of time and had consumed a number of alcoholic drinks. She reported she witnessed the female leaving and entering into the driver's seat of a vehicle. When police arrived, they found the car described to them in the mall parking lot, moved from the original location, with the engine running and the female behind the wheel. Police determined that the drivers ability to operate the motor vehicle was impaired by the consumption of alcohol.
A 39 year old female from Innisfil has been charged with Impaired Care and Control and Drive Over 80mgs. Her driver's licence was suspended for 90 days, her vehicle was towed and impounded for seven days. She is to appear in court later this month to answer to these charges.
Break and Enter
(Bradford, ON) South Simcoe Police responded to a call on Friday, February 02, 2018 just before 6:30 a.m. for a report of a break and enter that just occurred at a premises located on Holland Street West in the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury. The caller said the side door of the building had just been kicked in and she believes she knows who the suspect is.
When police arrived, they found the glass in the door had been broken and the fresh snow provided them with footsteps leading away from the scene. Police located the suspect with blood coming from the lower part of his leg.
A 33 year old man from Bradford was arrested and charged with Mischief Under $5000. The male was held in custody for a bail hearing in Barrie Court.
Missing Youth located Out In The Cold
(Innisfil, ON) On Thursday, February 01, 2018, at approximately 10:00 p.m., South Simcoe Police received a call from some concerned parents about the behaviour of their son. Police learned that the an argument between the father and son escalated to a physical altercation with the father. The parents wanted the police to speak to the boy regarding his actions and possible consequences. While speaking to the parents, they discovered the boy had left through the back door of the home and was not dressed appropriately for the worsening weather conditions.
South Simcoe Police conducted an immediate search of the area but the boy had fled into a bush area. Further officers were called to assist, as was the K9 unit and paramedics. York Regional Police were enroute with their helicopter to assist with an aerial search. The boy was located by the K9 unit 57 minutes later in a dense wooded area, several kilometers from his residence. Paramedics tended to the boy who was cold but luckily had no signs of frost bite.
The youth was apprehended and taken to hospital for further treatment.