Yesterday afternoon (Wednesday December 13th) concerned citizens called 9-1-1 when they suspected a man driving while intoxicated. Shelburne Police officers located the vehicle and driver in question, driving on Owen Sound Street. Police stopped the vehicle and launched an investigation. Officers not only suspected the driver of driving while under the influence of alcohol, but [...]
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On December 5th 2017, a local pharmacy contacted police expressing concerns over fraudulent prescriptions for Methadone. Shelburne Police launched an investigation which revealed allegations that a man and a woman have been obtaining methadone through fraudulent prescriptions for several months. On Tuesday December 12th, the two suspects: 31 year old Megan Brinton, and 34 year [...]
In response to the growing opioid crisis in Ontario the officers of the Shelburne Police Service are now equipped with Naloxone nasal spray. Police officers are facing an increased occupational risk through accidental absorption through the skin or inhalation while responding to situations involving opioids. In response to this risk all Shelburne Police Service officers [...]
The Shelburne Police Service is hosting its annual “Stuff-a Cruiser Toy and Food Drive” on Saturday December 9th and Saturday December 16th.. The event has had overwhelming response from the community over the past years. The items collected are donated to the Salvation Army and Dufferin Child and Family Services. The members of Shelburne Police [...]
Earlier this month (November) the Shelburne Giant Tiger contacted Shelburne Police expressing a concern about what appeared to be a high rate of shoplifting incidents. The store specifically brought attention to five recent incidents. Shelburne Police obtained video surveillance footage of these incidents and started an investigation. Mostly clothing items were stolen, but there were [...]
During the very early hours on Sunday November 26th, as a result of suspicious driving behavior, a Shelburne Police officer stopped and investigated the driver of a pick-up truck, shortly after leaving a local bar. A roadside investigation ensued, which resulted in the driver being arrested for impaired operation of a motor vehicle. The driver [...]
In September 2017 3 males entered a local gas station and while one distracted the cashier, the other two stole several items from the store. The Shelburne Police Service is seeking assistance from the public to identify the suspects. If anyone has any information in relation to this case or any other matter, they are [...]
On November 11, 2017, while conducting a traffic stop, Shelburne Police officers became suspicious that a female driver had been consuming alcohol. As a result, a 20 year old woman from Shelburne has been charged with operation of a motor vehicle while ability impaired, as well as, operation of motor vehicle with more than 80mgs [...]
A reminder to Shelburne residents and motorists that winter overnight parking restrictions take effect Wednesday November 15th at midnight. No vehicles are to be parked on any roadways between midnight and 8:00 a.m. every day. This allows for snow removal and other winter road, boulevard and sidewalk maintenance. By-law 8-1983 issues a $15.00 fine for [...]
FRIDAY NIGHT ONE OF THE BUSIEST FOR SHELBURNE POLICE: DOUBLE STABBING, TWO IMPAIREDS, SEXUAL ASSAULT, DRUGS, AND MORE…
Friday Night (October 20th to 21st) was one of the busiest nights anyone can remember for Shelburne Police. Although the night didn’t include the most serious calls for service Shelburne Police has ever had to deal with, it nevertheless had many serious incidents reported in a short period of time. As a result of these [...]