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Frontenac County OPP respond to over 200 calls for services in the last week

Frontenac County OPP respond to over 200 calls for services in the last week

From Nov. 21 to Nov. 28, OPP responded to 222 service calls and 18 of them were motor vehicle collisions.
Cyclist suffers serious, non-life threatning injuries after struck near Tremblay Road

Cyclist suffers serious, non-life threatning injuries after struck near Tremblay Road

Ottawa Police say a driver struck a cyclist on Tuesday around 5:30 a.m. in the area of Riverside and Tremblay Road.
Kingston police charge teen after threats made towards high school

Kingston police charge teen after threats made towards high school

On Nov. 25, Kingston Police responded to a call in regards to an allegation of a potential threat made towards Kingston Secondary School by an unknown individual via social media.
Ottawa resident charged with impaired driving related offences

Ottawa resident charged with impaired driving related offences

On Nov. 27 approximately 3 a.m., Renfrew Ontario Provincial Police officers responded to a report of a suspected impaired driver.
Police seeking man involved in Nepean commercial robbery

Police seeking man involved in Nepean commercial robbery

At approximately 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 2, a man entered a business in the 2000 block of Grant Carman Drive, stole items and assaulted two staff members before leaving the establishment. 
OPP warning of scams around holiday season

OPP warning of scams around holiday season

Over the last few weeks, police have investigated several gift card scams, offers involving bank loans and credit line scams and emergency gift card scams.
Make sure your tires are retorqued: OPP

Make sure your tires are retorqued: OPP

Police are reminding people to retorque their wheels about 100 kilometres after a tire change.
UPDATE: Missing Lanark County man found

UPDATE: Missing Lanark County man found

He was last seen at 7 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 27, in the area of Dalhouse and South Lavant Road.
Driver receives third stunt driving charge since 2018

Driver receives third stunt driving charge since 2018

This driver's first stunt driving charge came in 2018 when he was driving 167 km/h in a 100 km/h zone on Highaway 174 at Montreal Road. 
Police stop driver who was going more than double the speed limit in 60 km/h zone

Police stop driver who was going more than double the speed limit in 60 km/h zone

As a result, the driver's car was impounded for the next 14 days , and their license was suspended for 30 days.
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