It was early Sunday morning (November 15) when Sarnia Police got the call—someone creating noise with the revving of their engine in a parking lot at Finch and Wellington.
Sarnia Police Service responded to 116 calls for service this past weekend and conducted 19 traffic stops for various traffic violations.
Sarnia Police say a drug search ate a residence in the 100 block of Mayfair Drive has resulted in the arrest of several people on a variety of charges, including possession for the purpose of trafficking and breaching undertaking and breaching probation.
Sarnia Police are seeking the help of the public in identifying what they believe to be a suspect in a break in that occurred at a business in the 100 block of East Street North that occurred October 13 at about 5 a.m.
Sometimes you just get lucky. So it appears was the case when a vehicle pulled up to a stop sign this past Sunday (November 9) and was noticed by the officer who just the previous day had received a report of the Jeep Wrangler being stolen.
Sarnia Police report a quiet weekend responding to 129 calls for service.
The Sarnia Police Service Traffic Division is investigating a motor vehicle collision that occurred on October 30, 2014 at Michigan Line east of Modeland Road at the sharp bend in the road.
Two Sarnia Police officers say they were almost struck by an eastbound vehicle while parked on Davis Street near Mackenzie Street on Saturday (November 1), only to see the eastbound vehicle that almost hit them proceed to nearly strike another vehicle.
Sarnia Police report three incidents involving weapons that occurred over the weekend, beginning on Saturday (November 1) when a “self-appointed” sleuth thought it was a good idea to have a handgun (which turned out to be a BB pistol) with him when he was approaching people who he thought had been involved in purse snatching at a downtown business.
A Sarnia man now faces a second count of attempted murder along with the charges of aggravated assault, arson and flight from police that stem from a fire in a home on Alfred Street October 21.