Teens Charged in Theft of Golf Carts
(Bradford, ON) Two teens have been charged with stealing golf carts from a Bradford golf course.
On Saturday, October 24, 2020, around 9:00 a.m., police were called to a golf course in the Line 6 and Simcoe Road area. Upon arrival, police learned that a total of four golf carts were stolen in two separate incidents between October 23, 2020 and October 24, 2020. While on scene, officers received a call from a witness who reported seeing golf carts being driven in the Line 6 and Zima Parkway area. Police responded immediately and made two arrests.
Two 15-year-old boys from Bradford were each charged with Theft Over $5000, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime and Mischief. They were released with future court dates. The carts were recovered and returned to the course with minor damage.
(Bradford, ON) A man had his licence and vehicle seized for seven days after a vehicle was clocked doing more than twice the posted speed limit in Bradford.
On Sunday, October 25, 2020, at 8:00 p.m., a South Simcoe Police Service officer conducting speed enforcement in the area of Dissette Street obtained a speed measurement of 104 km/h in the posted 50 km/h zone. Police conducted a vehicle stop. As a result of an investigation, 33-year-old Zafur Ahmad of Bradford was charged with Speeding, Stunt Driving, Fail to Surrender Licence and Fail to Surrender Insurance Card. His licence was suspended for seven days and his vehicle impounded for seven days. The accused was given a court date in December.
Each year, motor vehicle collisions kill about 2,000 Canadians, seriously injure about 10,000 Canadians and injure about 165,000 Canadians. Do your part for road safety. Slow down and obey posted speed limits.
(Bradford, ON) A 27-year-old Bradford man was charged after South Simcoe Police Service officers recently responded to a report of Criminal Harassment and Extortion.
The female victim told police she had received unwanted, constant communication from her ex-boyfriend who also threatened to extort her. The accused surrendered to police at the South Division where he was charged and released with a future court date.
The Department of Justice defines criminal harassment as behaviour that often consists of repeated conduct that is carried out over a period of time and that causes its targets to reasonably fear for their safety but does not necessarily result in physical injury. It may be a precursor to subsequent violent and/or lethal acts. Call police if you are a victim.
From Friday, October 23, 2020, to Monday, October 26, 2020, South Simcoe Police Service officers responded to 211 calls for service.