OPP BRIEFS INCLUDE DRUNK TEEN FOUND PASSED OUT ON THE ROAD
6/13/2017 7:11:23 AM
A man is lucky to be alive after a night of drinking led to him passing out in the middle of the road.
The Norfolk OPP say on Sunday, around 4 a.m., officers out on patrol discovered a man lying in the middle of the road on Kent Street South.
After investigating, police charged the 19-year-old Norfolk County man with being intoxicated in public.
He'll appear in court at a later date.
More youth are causing damage in Port Dover.
Last week, myFM told you about two 13-year olds who were spotted trying to light a bench on fire at Lions Park.
Shortly after, a fire was started at St. Cecilia's where it spread to a nearby fence.
During the early morning hours on Saturday, vandals were at it again, as several fences and signs were damaged by fire on St. George and Grace Street.
The Norfolk OPP have noticed an increased number of young people, under 16-years-old, wandering the streets or hanging out in the parks after hours.
The OPP is reminding all Norfolk County residents to contact the police immediately if they observe suspicious activity at 1-888-310-1122.
Police are investigating what they call a senseless act in Courtland.
Late Friday night, someone called the cops after a person in a pickup truck tore up parts of a baseball diamond at the Courtland Lions Park.
The truck was last seen heading westbound on Main Street.
Anyone with information is being asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.
Getting caught in the act!
A 39-year old woman was arrested and charged following a break and enter in Simcoe.
It happened on Friday morning when a man woke up to find a find a woman stealing items from his house on North Main Street.
He chased her out of the home, but she escaped and took several items with her.
OPP officers searched the area where they later located and arrested the suspect.
The 39-year old woman has been charged with break and enter and will answer to her charges in court.
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