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Shelburne Police Service announces Canada Day bike winners

July 26, 2018   ·   0 Comments

On July 1, 2018 the annual Shelburne Police Service Canada Day bicycle draw was held at the a Canada Day festivities at Fiddle Park.   ...

Two impaired drivers taken off the roads by Shelburne Police

On July 13, 2018 the Shelburne Police Service was conducting a RIDE spot check when the officers noticed a motorist exhibiting odd driving behaviour. The ...

Police seek public’s assistance to identify fraud suspects

On Saturday June 30th Shelburne Police Service launched a fraud investigation after a local grocery store alleged that two customers worked together and stole approximately ...

Dufferin OPP charge three drivers with stunt driving

On Saturday, June 23, Dufferin OPP detachment officers charged three drivers with stunt driving – going at least 50 kilometres an hour above posted speed ...

Pedestrian stable following serious collision in Shelburne

Shelburne Police are investigating a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian that took place on Main Street at approximately 8 p.m. on June 21. Dufferin ...

OPP blitz produces nearly 700 charges against transport drivers

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) laid a total 697 charges against transport truck drivers and took 63 trucks out of service during its Operation Corridor enforcement ...

$13,000 raised at seventh annual Law Enforcement Torch Run

This was the Seventh year in a row that Shelburne Police Service hosted a leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run For Special Olympics Ontario.  ...

Shelburne Police Service warns public about bank, computer scams

The Shelburne Police Service has received several calls regarding citizens being contacted by a person claiming to be an employee of a financial institution’s security ...

Busy Victoria Day long weekend for Shelburne Police Service

The Shelburne Police Service was quite busy over the Victoria Day long weekend.  A total of 114 charges were laid by the Shelburne police with ...

OPP reporting positive results from April’s gun amnesty initiative

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and its municipal law enforcement partners have received and rendered safe hundreds of weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition during ...

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