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Guelph Police Reports - January 27, 2014

Web posted on January 27, 2014

Impaired driver arrested

On January 25, 2014 at 2:35 a.m. the Guelph Police received a call to attend a parking lot on Waterloo Avenue after two cars had a near collision. When police arrived, one of the drivers was found asleep in the driver's seat with his car running. He was woken by police and spoken too, then subsequently arrested for impaired driving.

Mark ZUZINJAK, 34 years of Kitchener has been charged with impaired driving and drive over 80 mg. He will appear in court on February 7, 2014.

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Impaired driver arrested

On January 26, 2014 at 12:03 a.m., the Guelph Police attended to Gordon Street South to investigate the report of a vehicle stuck in a snow bank and the male driver asleep at the wheel. On arrival, police found the vehicle and driver as reported. The driver was woken by police and spoken too, then subsequently arrested for impaired driving.

Braeden BONHOMME, 21 years of Burlington has been charged with impaired driving and drive over 80 mg. He will appear in court on February 11, 2014.

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Single car collision

On January 26, 2014 at 12:49 p.m., the Guelph Police attended to Scottsdale Drive for a single car collision. It is alleged that an 87-year-old Guelph male driver was operating his vehicle northbound on Scottsdale Drive.

The driver attempted to make a left turn onto Cole Road going off the roadway, mounting the snow bank and struck a cement light pole. The light pole was sheared off at its base and came down on top of the vehicle. The driver was not injured and total damage is estimated to be in the area of $7,000.

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Female asking for cash still going door to door

On January 26, 2014 at 1:00 a.m., the Guelph Police investigated another report of a female going to a home with a story of needing money to purchase a prescription for a sick child. This incident took place on Stuart Street.

The Guelph Police suggest that you do not give your money in this type of situation, instead consider the option of calling police. If the person is in a true emergency, then police can assist them.


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