Police blotter: Drug charges for Norfolk man

A 36-year-old Norfolk man has been hit with several drug-related charges after an investigation this past Saturday. Norfolk OPP’s Street Crime Unit were patrolling in the area of Talbot Street North Saturday evening when a vehicle attracted an officer’s attention. The vehicle was later stopped by police at a Queensway East address. As a result, Braden Boyd Fitzgerald was charged with: possession for the purpose of trafficking of several drugs including heroin, hydromorph contin, PMS hydromorphone contin and oxycodone, along with possession of marijuana, possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 and two charges of fail to comply with probation order.

Fitzgerald is scheduled to appear in Simcoe provincial court at a later date to answer the charges.

Bicycle stolen

A bicycle was stolen from a Mill Pond Court address on Saturday afternoon. Norfolk OPP say sometime between 3:49 and 3:51 p.m. someone parked their unlocked bicycle at the corner of the parking lot near a dumpster. Several minutes later, the bicycle was taken by someone who was observed peddling away. The suspect is described as male, standing between five-foot-five and five-foot-10 with a skinny build, wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses. The stolen vehicle is described as a white CCM bicycle with red pin-stripping and is valued at about $250.

Anyone with information regarding this incident should immediately contact police at 1 888 310-1122. Medication, money stolen from truck

Norfolk OPP is reminding residents to protect their valuables after several items were stolen from a pickup truck in Woodhouse this past Saturday afternoon. Police say someone entered an unlocked pickup truck parked in the driveway of a Port Ryerse Road residence. Once inside, a large quantity of prescription medication and Canadian money were removed.

Jewelry stolen

A large amount of jewelry was stolen from a Berkley Crescent residence in Simcoe this past Saturday. Norfolk OPP say between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. someone broke into the home. Once inside, earrings, bracelets and gold chains were stolen. The theft is valued at about $4,000.

Tire slashed in Waterford

A tire on a vehicle was slashed at a Green Street residence in an act of mischief on Saturday morning. Norfolk OPP say early Saturday morning someone attended the Waterford address and damaged a tire on the vehicle, which was parked in the driveway of the home. Vehicle stopped, driver charged

A 34-year-old Oakville man was hit with two charges after his vehicle stopped on Highway 59 in Middleton early Saturday morning.

Police were conducting patrols of the area at about 12:18 a.m. when a vehicle caught their attention. As a result, Ryan Haslan was charged with driving while under suspension and speeding. He will appear in Simcoe provincial court at a later date to address the charges.

Man, woman charged with theft

A man and a woman are facing theft charges after an incident at the Real Canadian Superstore Friday afternoon. Police were called to the Queensway East store at about 12:56 p.m. that day. An investigation revealed that a man and a woman removed merchandise from the store.

Samuel Leonard Park, 36, and Sarah Kirkwood, 21, were charged with theft under $5,000. Both are to appear in Simcoe provincial court at a later date to answer the charges.

Impaired driving charge

A 60-year-old was injured after being involved in a two-vehicle collision early Sunday morning. At about 12:36 a.m. Norfolk OPP and paramedics responded to a report of a collision. Police say a vehicle driven by a 34-year-old man with a 60-year-old male passenger was traveling eastbound on Queensway West when it struck the rear of another vehicle that was stopped at the intersection of Queen Street North.

The 60-year-old passenger suffered serious non-life threatening injuries and was transported to an area hospital for treatment. The driver, a 65-year-old woman and a 66-year-old man from the second vehicle did not sustain any injuries. As a result, Jordon Childs, 34, of Norfolk County was charged with driving while impaired causing bodily harm and driving over the legal limit. He is scheduled to appear in Simcoe provincial court at a later date to address the charges.

Building entered, nothing taken

Nothing appeared to have been taken after a building’s door was damaged in Courtland this past Friday. Norfolk OPP say at about 10:43 a.m. an officer attended the police sub-office in Courtland on Main Street and noticed damage to the entrance door. An investigation revealed that sometime between May 24 and May 27, someone attended the address and attempted to forcibly enter the building. Nothing was taken police say.

The investigation continues.

Theft charge for Norfolk man

A 32-year-old man is facing several charges after an incident at the Real Canadian Superstore Sunday evening. Police were called to the store at 6:23 p.m. after receiving a complaint about a theft. Police say a man removed merchandise from the store and fled the area. The man was later found and taken into custody without incident. Stanlee George Loder, has been charged with theft under $5,000, disobeying a court order and failing to comply with probation order.

Loder is scheduled to appear in Simcoe provincial court at a later date to address the charges.

Valuables stolen from vehicle

Norfolk OPP is reminding residents to protect their valuables and lock their vehicles after a theft in Charlotteville Sunday morning.

Police say someone attended an Oakes Boulevard address and entered an unlocked vehicle. Once inside a GPS system, cleaning supplies and a small amount of Canadian money were stolen.

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