Impaired Driver Arrested In Brighton; Weekly News Brief …

IMPAIRED DRIVER ARRESTED IN BRIGHTON (BRIGHTON, ON) On April 9, 2015 Northumberland Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a complaint of a possible impaired driver in the Brighton area. Officers located the Blue Ford pickup truck on Young Street shortly after 6pm. Officers observed several empty and partially full cans of beer in the truck and arrested the driver.

The driver was taken to the Quinte West OPP detachment for further tests. As a result of these tests, Laura CLAREY age 28 of Castleton is charged with Impaired Care & Control of a motor vehicle and Exceed .08mg. CLAREY was released and is scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Brighton on May 5, 2015.

WEEKLY NEWS BRIEF (NORTHUMBERLAND, ON) Northumberland Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers dealt with a variety of calls this past week, here are some examples: Apr 7: – Police were called to a Port Hope home when the occupant heard noises upstairs. Officers attended and determined the caller suffers from a mental illness causing her to believe these noises exist (5:20am) – 911 called from a Brighton cell. Caller was trying to obtain her mobile phone balance, no emergency – A Brighton business reported the catalytic convertor removed from their work van – Police received a report of a man approaching two youths (3pm) on King St E in Colborne described as 5 6 , gray hair, wearing a black jacket driving a 4dr gray car.

The man asked the children if they wanted to see his cute dog . The youths ran away and notified a parent who called police. Extensive patrols of the area by police were unsuccessful at locating the man. – Domestic dispute at a Gores Landing home, couple arguing over a cell phone.

No charges resulted (5:20pm) – Advice was given to a Port Hope woman regarding a restraining order against her father with whom she had only just met last year. – A second call to the same Port Hope home for suspicious persons that didn t exist (8:15pm) Apr 8: – Brighton resident reported losing her passport – An Alnwick-Haldimand Twp resident reported receiving a Mystery Shopper cheque in the mail. Her bank advised it to be fraudulent, reported to police and Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre. No money was lost. – A 41 yr old Ameliasburgh Twp woman charged with stunt driving (171km/h) on Hwy 401 Port Hope area (11:30am) – Report of a male and female arguing and running on the Hwy 401 overpass on County Rd 28 (9:30pm), the female appeared as if she was going to jump off of the overpass.

Officers located the couple who confirmed that they had been arguing over Facebook messaging. The woman exited the car and was simply running over the overpass to get to a friend s place for the night. She was not suicidal.

No charges resulted from the investigation. Apr 9: – Owner of a disabled car on Hwy 401 contacted police to advise that it would be towed later in the morning (12:50am). Officers found the car to be safely off the roadway – Suicidal male located in Colborne area after being reported by a friend from Western Ontario.

The 22 yr old Brighton man was taken to a local hospital for treatment – A 22 yr old Brighton man who suffers from mental health issues reportedly assaulted his mother in an effort to not go to an appointment. Officers spoke to family members, no charges were laid at the request of his mother. – Police stood by as an ex-partner retrieved his boat from his former home in Brighton – Report of a female with long blonde hair on the overpass Colborne area, caller feared that she was suicidal. Several officers attended the area and after an extensive search, could not locate her (4pm) – Impaired arrest in Brighton (see full release) – Police intervened in the lives of a Port Hope couple after one of them divulged they were having an affair.

Officers checked on the wellbeing of the offended partner and determined that he was not suicidal, just understandably upset. Advice was given to both parties Apr 10: (to 12noon) – Report of an ex-boyfriend possibly suicidal in the Warkworth area. Officers located the male who was not suicidal, merely upset over breakup. (12:05am) – Report of all four tires slashed on vehicle on Bridge St S Hastings overnight.

Investigation ongoing – Caregiver of an elderly dementia sufferer in Hamilton Twp called police for assistance in getting her client to the hospital for treatment.

Officers rendered assistance and contacted the Alzheimer Society for follow up – Two 911 pocket dials from two separate grade school students (Brighton & Hamilton Twp) Both were found to be accidental but required a two officer response.

No emergency at either school. (10:35am & 10:58am) Northumberland OPP officers also conducted three RIDE programs, investigated eight motor vehicle collisions and 15 traffic related complaints.

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