Speeding/Drive While Under Suspension
(Innisfil, ON) A 42-year-old Innisfil man is charged with speeding and driving while under suspension following a traffic stop in Innisfil.
On Saturday February 16, 2019 police were conducting radar at Killarney Beach Public School when a vehicle was observed travelling northbound on 20th Sideroad at a high rate of speed. A speed measurement was obtained of 84 km/h in a posted 50 km/h zone. A traffic stop was initiated and the driver was charged with Speeding and Drive While Under Suspension. His driver’s licence was seized.
Traffic safety is one of our top priorities. We conduct strategic enforcement patrols in order to put the brakes on speeders. Road safety is everyone’s responsibility. We all can play a role by obeying posted speed limits.
Arrest on Bench Warrant
(Toronto, ON) A 42-year-old Bond Head man has been arrested at Pearson International Airport on an outstanding bench warrant from 2013.
On Saturday, February 17, 2019 police were dispatched to Pearson International Airport in relation to a wanted person. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) was reporting that the accused had just arrived in Toronto on a flight from California and was being held based on his wanted status for an outstanding bench warrant held by South Simcoe Police Service. South Simcoe Police Service officers attended the airport, placed the man under arrest and transported him to South Division. The accused faces charges of drug possession, fail to attend court, fail to comply with undertaking and fail to comply with recognizance. The man was held for a show cause bail hearing.
Lock It Or Lose It
(Bradford/Innisfil, ON) South Simcoe Police Service officers would like to remind our citizens to lock their vehicles when leaving them unattended. We had a couple of reports this weekend of unlocked vehicles parked in driveways being entered in the St. John’s Road and Innisfil Beach Road area of Innisfil. Items were stolen. Prevention is the best way to avoid being a victim. Properly secure your home, vehicles and valuables. Keep valuables out of sight regardless of where you park. Let’s work together to ensure thieves don’t have easy targets.
From Friday, February 15, 2019 to Monday, February 18, 2019, South Simcoe Police Service officers responded to 264 calls for service.