By Constable C. Hicks
On October 24th at 5:30 am a resident on Cora Road noticed that her car had been entered and a black coloured Fitbit was missing. The vehicle had been parked in the driveway overnight and sustained no damage.
On October 24th at 3:40 pm police were conducting traffic enforcement on Highway 5. A vehicle was pulled over for speeding and it was discovered that the driver was suspended. The driver was issued a summons for driving while under suspension.
On October 24th at 5:35 pm police were dispatched to a lone vehicle rollover onto a grassy area off of Sydenham Road. Upon police arrival the driver was out of the vehicle. Fortunately the driver was uninjured and there was no damage to property.
Sometime during the afternoon of October 24th unknown suspects smashed the rear driver’s side tailgate of a vehicle while parked in a lot on Parkside Drive.
On October 28th at 1:20 am police were called to an alarm at a business on Brock Road. A north side window was damaged. The suspect had fled prior to police arrival. The scenes of crimes officer will follow up and review any possible surveillance video.
On October 29th at 2:00 am a vehicle travelling on Governor’s Road was met by a deer crossing the road. The collision caused the vehicle to sustain heavy front end damage but the driver was uninjured. The injured deer made its way into the forested area and could not be located.