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Guelph Police Reports - March 12, 2014

Web posted on March 12, 2014

Male assaults cab driver

On March 11, 2014 at 11:20 p.m., the Guelph Police went to an Edinburgh Road South residence to investigate an assault. It is alleged that an intoxicated male was driven home from downtown in a cab.

The male failed to pay his fare and when the cab driver continued to ask for her money, the male punched her. He then continued into his residence and police were called. Police arrested the male at his residence. As he was taken to a police cruiser, he saw the cab driver and spit at her. A search subsequent to his arrest discovered a small quantity of marijuana.

A 24-year-old Guelph male has been charged with two counts of assault, five counts of breach probation, transportation fraud and possession of a controlled substance (CDSA). He has been held in custody and will appear in bail court on March 12, 2014.

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Drive over 80 mg - arrest

On March 12, 2014 at 12:30 a.m., the Guelph Police conducted a traffic stop with a vehicle on Victoria Road North. Police spoke with the male driver and a demand was made for a roadside breath sample. He failed this test and was arrested.

Nepil MALAWI, 31 years of Alberta has been charged with drive over 80 mg. He will appear in court on March 28, 2014

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Guelph Storm support Cops and Kids

Purchase your 2014 Guelph Storm Playoff T-Shirt for only $10 including taxes. All net proceeds from every t-shirt sold will be donated to the Guelph Police Cops and Kids Christmas Campaign. Beginning at Wednesday night's home game versus the Kitchener Rangers, the 2014 Guelph Storm Playoff T-Shirts will be on sale at Spyke's outside Reid's Heritage Homes Gate 6 and at the Spyke's Concourse Kiosk.

On Friday night, a table will also be set up inside Reid's Heritage Homes Gate 6 for t-shirt sales. The $10 Playoff T-Shirts for Cops and Kids Christmas Campaign will also be sold at the Storm Store Kiosk inside Stone Road Mall and on Saturday at Stone Road Mall a table will be set up to sell t-shirts with Cops and Kids volunteers.

The 2014 Playoff T-Shirt features full colour print front and back. The front of the t-shirts includes the 2014 Guelph Storm Playoffs logo and the reverse side has the J. Ross Robertson Cup with 16 'check boxes' so that Storm fans can track their progress towards the OHL Championship.

Cops and Kids Christmas Campaign began in 2004 where team members of one platoon, reached into their pockets to support our Community children, to ensure they had a great Christmas. Members provided money to our community children providing them with a memorable Christmas morning.

Through the police this one family had a Christmas that they will remember for years to come. This campaign has grown over the past 9 years and is now an organizational annual event where we have helped over 200 children in the Guelph community along with 76 various families and to date have raised in excess of $70,000 internally to support this campaign.

This year is our 10th anniversary, and the drive continues to grow as the Guelph Storm has partnered with the Guelph Police "Cops and Kids Christmas Campaign" , to help more children in our community have a memorable Christmas.

Show your support to the Guelph Storm as they forge ahead in the playoffs, by purchasing a playoff Tshirt. At the same time, you will be supporting the Cops and Kids Christmas Campaign where a portion of monies raised will help our Community children.


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