Youth Assaults Mother On Halloween

Police Domestic

On the 31st of October 2014 at approximately 3:15am Officers from Patrol Services received a call with regards to a family dispute in the west end of the City. It is alleged a 14yrs old youth assault his mother by pushing and punching her in the arm. The accused will appear in Youth Court on the 2nd of December 2014.

Outstanding Arrest Warrant
On the 1st of November 2014 at approximately 07:00am Officers from Patrol Services located a 31yrs old male wanted on an outstanding Arrest Warrant stemming from a domestic incident that occurred between the 28th and 30th of October 2014 in the east end of the City.

It is alleged the accused assault his common-law girlfriend by pushing her, punching her, and spitting in her face. Further, the accused stole the victim’s motor vehicle. Police recovered the motor vehicle and upon arrest the accused resisted arrest. The accused has been charged with Assault x 2, Theft of Motor Vehicle, and Resisting Police. The accused will appear in Wash Court today.

Break & Enters:
Officers from Patrol Services are currently investigating numerous Break and Enters to residential garages and one residence in the west end area of the City including Base Line, Airport Road, Walls Road and Glasgow Avenue. Items taken were various tools, power and electronic equipment, an off road motorcycle and a golf cart.

A red 2003 Chevrolet pick-up truck stolen from Whitney Avenue was believed to have been used in these break and enters. Police have recovered some of the stolen items, including the red Chevrolet pick-up truck, the off road motorcycle and the golf cart.

Person or persons involved in these crimes had gained entry through unlocked doors or windows, suspect or suspects are unknown at this time. The incidents are believed to have occurred between midnight to 6am this morning. These incidents are still under investigation.

The public is reminded to ensure doors and windows of their residence, garages and motor vehicles are secured and to report any suspicious activity in their area. The public is also encouraged to contact the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service or Crime Stoppers with any information concerning these incidents.

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