Monday, June 26th, 2017
Busy Weekend As Police Respond to 25 Calls For Service In 12 Hour Period Friday Night
Kawartha Lakes Police was kept busy over the weekend, responding to 25 calls for service alone in a 12 hour period on Friday night. The calls for service ranged from disturbances to mental health and domestic related occurrences and resulted in several arrests.
At 10:36 p.m. on Friday, June 23rd, 2017, officers responded to a Colborne Street West apartment to a call of a man destroying the inside. When Police arrived, they found that the door was broken including the door handle and lock. The apartment itself had been destroyed. The fridge was tipped over, and the door was torn off, furniture was broken, and windows were also smashed. There were holes in the walls and debris everywhere. The male responsible was arrested by police as he tried to duck into another apartment in the same complex.
Charged with Mischief Under $5000.00 and Failing to Comply with a Probation order is 26-year-old Tyler Jacob Little of Lindsay. He will appear in the Lindsay, Ontario Court of Justice on Thursday, July 27th, 2017.
In another incident approximately one hour later a man wanted on an outstanding warrant was arrested by Police after he peeked out into the hallway of an apartment building while the officers were on an unrelated call. At 11:40 pm on Friday night officers responded to a domestic call at a York St. apartment building. While the officers were in the hallway, they observed a man known to them to be wanted open the door to another apartment. The man was arrested on the outstanding warrant and was held in custody for a bail hearing.
33-year-old Jonathon Cecil Young of Lindsay will appear in the Lindsay, Ontario Court of Justice on Monday, June 26th, 2017. He will appear on charges of Failing to Appear for Court x2, Mischief Under $5000.00 and Failing to Comply with a Probation Order x5.
On Sunday, June 25, 2017, at approximately 10:35 pm an officer on patrol in the area of Angeline Street South, Lindsay, observed a vehicle which they had received Information was being operated by a suspended driver. The officer stopped the vehicle and confirmed that the operator’s licence had been suspended under the Criminal Code for Impaired Driving Causing Bodily Harm. Their licence was also suspended under the Highway Traffic Act. Further, it was found that the operator was also Failing to Comply with a Condition of a Probation Order. 58-year-old James Warne of Haliburton was charged and released. He will appear in the Lindsay, Ontario Court of Justice on Thursday, July 27th, 2017.
The vehicle being operated by Warne was also impounded for 45 days under the Provincial Vehicle Impoundment Program (VIP). Under the program, a vehicle can be impounded for 45 days if the driver of the vehicle is found driving while their licence has been suspended for a Criminal Code conviction. More information on the Provincial VIP program can be found at http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/vehicles/vehicle-impoundment.shtml