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Police report Sept 25

Web posted on September 25, 2006

Guelph police arrested a 30 year old Cambridge man at 2:10 am on the Hanlon Expressway on 22 September. He was arrested for Drive Over 80 mgs after registering a Fail on the Approved Screening Device. Intoxilyzer test results exceeded the legal limit. Jason Williams, 30 years, of Cambridge will be in court in October charged with Drive Over 80 mgs.

An attempt to Break and Enter was unsuccessful at G & A Lock Service 120 Fountain St E. on 23 September at 2:40 am. An individual tried unsuccessfully to gain entry by breaking a window. Damage is estimated at $300. No suspects. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Guelph Police Service or CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-222-8477.

A portable classroom at Mitchell Woods School near Willow and Imperial was broken into overnight September 23 - 24. Intruders forced a door and stole a VCR. Police have no suspects. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Guelph Police Service or CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-222-8477.

A 21 year old man was arrested on 23 October after he lost control of his car at 12:57 am on Castlebury Dr. inn the city's west end. The car was northbound on Castlebury when the driver lost control and struck a curb. The vehicle sustained heavy damage to its undercarriage. Ravinderjit Heer was arrested for Drive Over 80 mgs after registering a Fail on the Approved Screening Device. Intoxilyzer test results exceeded the legal limit. He will appear in court in October charged with Drive Over 80 mgs.


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