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One in the books for K9 RECON, Criminal Investigations Branch kept busy over weekend. 

City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service Media Release Monday January 19th , 2015   Two Arrested As a Result of Drug Search Warrants  Two residents of 25 Mill St in Lindsay have been arrested and charged with numerous criminal charges as a result of the execution of separate search warrants under the Controlled Drugs & […]

Police Seek More Information on Missing Snowboard

  City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service Media Release Thursday January 15th , 2015   Police Seeking Further Information On Missing Snowboard  Further to our release of January 13th, 2015 we are looking to speak with anyone who may have further information regarding the missing snowboard. The board as described as a 2015 Burton Easy […]

We Are Watching You

  Friday January 9th, 2015   We Are Watching You As a result of being monitored by our Community Offender Management Program two males have found themselves apprehended in separate incidents. Early yesterday 24 year old Tyler Jacob LITTLE  was arrested on an outstanding warrant for 3 counts of failing to comply with conditions of […]

Youth Arrested After Threat With A Knife

  Thursday January 8th, 2015   Youth Arrested After Threat With A Knife  A sixteen year old male was arrested shortly after he threatened another male with a knife on Lindsay Street south yesterday. He was not in possession of the knife when arrested but it was recovered by police a short time later. There […]

KLPS Excited to Receive Its’ Newest Recruits

KLPS Excited to Receive Its’ Newest Recruits We are preparing for the arrival of our newest recruits this morning as we receive our first allotment of “Bears on Patrol”.  At 9:30am we will be meeting with Heather McCullough Resource Development Coordinator for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kawartha Lakes Foundation who will be presenting […]

Careful What You Ask For

Tuesday January 6, 2015 Slick Roads Keep Police Busy Police were kept busy with four collisions on Monday afternoon. Cold temperatures combined with snow flurries and squalls led to slick roads for local drivers. Thankfully there were no reported injuries. We are reminding people to take their time and slow down as some roads in […]

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