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Grey County Police Reports - February 2013

Web posted on February 20, 2013

GREY HIGHLANDS DRIVER CHARGED WITH OVER 80 MG
(GREY HIGHLANDS, ON) - On Friday, February 15, 2013 at approximately 11:44 p.m., Grey County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) stopped a Dodge RPC pick-up truck on the 8th Concession B (Feversham) in the Municipality of Grey Highlands to check on the driver's sobriety.

The driver was found to have been drinking alcohol. After failing the road side breath test, further breath tests were conducted at the Markdale Detachment which concluded that the driver had consumed more than the legal limit of alcohol.

Ashley Katie-Lee PARTON, 31, of the Municipality of Grey Highlands, was charged with over 80 milligrams. Her driver's licence was suspended for 90 days and the vehicle was impounded for 7 days.

She is scheduled to appear in court in Owen Sound on Thursday, March 7, 2013.

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GRAFFITI IN MARKDALE
Police Seek Public's Assistance
(GREY HIGHLANDS, ON) - Grey County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) continue to investigate after two properties were found sprayed with graffiti during the weekend of January 12, 2013. Culprit(s) sprayed graffiti symbols and profanities on the walls of Medike Branding Solutions and the old foundation of Chapman's Ice Cream, both located on Main Street West, Markdale, in the Municipality of Grey Highlands.

Graffiti is not a victimless crime and has a negative impact on the community. If graffiti is ignored it can:

* leave the impression that no one cares

- lead to increased graffiti and crime

* prevent prosperity and reduce property values

* decrease residents' feelings of safety.

Person(s) responsible may be charged with the criminal offence of mischief, which is the wilful damage or destruction of property and can be punishable for up to a 10 year prison sentence.

Get involved. Report suspicious activity involving person(s) or vehicle(s) to police.

Anyone who may assist with this investigation is asked to contact the OPP at 1-888-310-1122.


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