As­sault with a weapon

Tillsonburg News - - OPINION -

The On­tario Pro­vin­cial Po­lice, Nor­folk County De­tach­ment charged a 28-year-old male and 48-year-old male after po­lice in­ves­ti­gated an in­ci­dent on Hazen Road, North Wals­ing­ham. On Fri­day, Novem­ber 3, at ap­prox­i­mately 10:09 a.m., po­lice were con­tacted by a ci­ti­zen re­port­ing an as­sault. Through the course of in­ves­ti­ga­tion, it was de­ter­mined that two men en­gaged in a ver­bal al­ter­ca­tion which then turned into a phys­i­cal con­fronta­tion with one of the males pro­duc­ing an edged weapon. One of the men suf­fered non-life threat­en­ing in­juries and was taken to a lo­cal area hos­pi­tal for treat­ment. As a re­sult, po­lice charged 28-yearold Sean John­son of Nor­folk County, with as­sault with a weapon and pos­ses­sion of weapon for dan­ger­ous pur­pose. Charged with as­sault is 48-year-old Waylen Smith of Nor­folk County. Both were sched­uled to ap­pear in Pro­vin­cial Court, Sim­coe at a later date to an­swer to the charges. who are try­ing to lead projects whether it’s trans­porta­tion or build­ings or what have you - that will lead to a re­duc­tion in green houses gases and that will cre­ate a re­peat­able-type project,” said Jay hea­man, ox­ford’s man­ager of strate­gic ini­tia­tives. ox­ford is seek­ing fund­ing for a list of projects that in­clude a net zero waste man­age­ment ad­min­is­tra­tive build­ing in south-west ox­ford, and Pas­sive­house retrofits to an empty build­ing lo­cated at 75 gra­ham st.in wood­stock, 13 san­der street in Till­son­burg and a new 35-unit so­cial hous­ing project at blos­som Park.

Pas­sive­house is a con­struc­tion County De­tach­ment is in­ves­ti­gat­ing a fail to re­main col­li­sion which oc­curred on Ot­ter­ville Road just west of Spring­ford in Nor­wich Town­ship. On Thurs­day, Novem­ber 2, at ap­prox­i­mately 8:05 a.m., OPP were called to the col­li­sion, which had oc­curred shortly be­fore po­lice ar­rived. Through the course of in­ves­ti­ga­tion, it was de­ter­mined that a ve­hi­cle was trav­el­ling east­bound on Ot­ter­ville Road, when the driver left the road­way and struck a hy­dro guide wire which caused the hy­dro pole to break. The ve­hi­cle then re­v­ersed back onto the road­way and fled the scene at a high rate of speed. The ve­hi­cle was last ob­served east­bound on Ot­ter­ville Road. The ve­hi­cle is de­scribed as a newer model, black in colour, four door Dodge Charger, with tinted win­dows, and will have front end dam­age. Any per­son with in­for­ma­tion re­gard­ing the per­son(s) re­spon­si­ble for this in­ci­dent should im­me­di­ately con­tact the Ox­ford County OPP at 1-888-3101122 or their near­est po­lice au­thor­ity. Should you wish to re­main anony­mous, you may call Crime Stop­pers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or www.ox­ford­crimestop­pers.com, where you may be el­i­gi­ble to re­ceive a cash re­ward of up to $2,000. con­cept that makes build­ings en­ergy ef­fi­cient, com­fort­able and af­ford­able by mak­ing ef­fi­cient use of the sun, in­ter­nal heat sources and heat re­cov­ery.

hea­man said the fund pro­vides 25 per cent of costs for projects that pre­date march 2016 and up to 50 per cent for fu­ture projects.

“in our case we are hop­ing to get a cou­ple of Pas­sive­house so­cial hous­ing builds in place that pro­vide a 80 to 90 per cent re­duc­tion in heat­ing and cool­ing,” hea­man said.

hea­man said if ox­ford is suc­cess­ful with the projects, other mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties would fol­low suit.

other ox­ford projects on their

Col­li­sion near Spring­ford

Driv­ing while suspsended

On Novem­ber 1, at ap­prox­i­mately 11 p.m., Ox­ford County On­tario Pro­vin­cial Po­lice (OPP) stopped a 1991 Jeep be­ing op­er­ated on Broad­way in Till­son­burg by a sus­pended driver. The fe­male driver, 42-year-old Car­rie McKier­nan of Zorra Town­ship, was ar­rested for Driv­ing while Sus­pended. Dur­ing the in­ves­ti­ga­tion OPP lo­cated a quan­tity of sus­pected Opi­oids and drug para­pher­na­lia in­side the ve­hi­cle. The fe­male has been charged with the fol­low­ing of­fences un­der the Con­trolled Drugs and Sub­stances Act (CDSA) and The High­way Traf­fic Act (HTA): Pos­ses­sion of Sched­ule I Sub­stance - Opi­oids, CDSA; Drive While Un­der Sus­pen­sion, HTA; Fail To Use Lower Beam - On­com­ing Traf­fic, HTA. She was re­leased on a Prom­ise to Ap­pear and Un­der­tak­ing be­fore an Officer in Charge to at­tend Wood­stock Court on a fu­ture date. The On­tario Pro­vin­cial Po­lice, Nor­folk County de­tach­ment would fund­ing wish list in­clude the hodges Pond wet­land restora­tion project and the wood­stock wastew­a­ter Treat­ment Plant so­lar in­stal­la­tion.

lynn dollin, pres­i­dent of the as­so­ci­a­tion of mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties of on­tario, de­scribed mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties as be­ing “on the front lines of the cli­mate change fight.”

“on­tario’s mu­nic­i­pal gov­ern­ments are try­ing to meet new in­fra­struc­ture de­mands, re­duce green­house gas emis­sions and lead out com­mu­ni­ties through the tran­si­tion away from car­bon,” she said in an au­gust re­lease. “given all th­ese re­spon­si­bil­i­ties, amo wel­comes help­ful fund­ing…” like to say thank you to all of the veter­ans that served our coun­try, and com­mem­o­rate the achieve­ments and the sac­ri­fices made by all those who served or cur­rently serv­ing Canada. “We live in a won­der­ful coun­try, full of op­por­tu­ni­ties and free­doms that we of­ten take for granted,” said In­terim De­tach­ment Com­man­der Shawn Nash, Nor­folk County OPP, in a me­dia re­lease. “You can be sure that Cana­dian Veter­ans do not take our sit­u­a­tion for granted. Young men and women sac­ri­ficed ev­ery­thing they knew, in­clud­ing the com­forts, love and safety of home in or­der to de­fend the rights and free­doms of oth­ers. Veter­ans know the price paid for our free­dom and they want all Cana­di­ans to share in this un­der­stand­ing. “Now more than ever, they are pass­ing the torch of re­mem­brance to us, and all of the peo­ple of Canada to en­sure that the mem­ory of their ef­forts and sac­ri­fices and the val­ues they fought for will live on in all Cana­di­ans. “Even though many of us may not pos­sess the ac­tual mem­o­ries, we owe it to those who have served to learn, to un­der­stand, and to ap­pre­ci­ate the task they have un­der­taken.”

Time to pay our re­spects and re­mem­ber

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