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Weekly Report July 15 - 21

From July 15, 2019 to July 21, 2019 the Cobourg Police Service responded to 269 occurrences including; 32 community service calls, 21 police assistance calls, 5 traffic complaints, 5 fraud calls, 23 suspicious person calls, 6 police information calls, 9 property related calls, 3 assault calls, 2 break and enter calls, 12 – 911 calls, 3 liquor license act calls, 9 theft calls, 3 motor vehicle collisions,  15 alarm calls, 5 harassment calls, 6 disturb the peace calls, 1 threats call, 1 noise complaint, 6 domestic dispute calls, 2 family disputes, 2 attempt or threat of suicide calls. Some examples of calls for service this week include;

 

July 15:

On Monday July 15, 2019, at approximately 9:30 am, police on patrol in the downtown core observed a man whom was known to be sought by the Cobourg Police Service on the strength of an outstanding arrest warrant. As a result of a subsequent police investigation 33-year-old Kory Keers of Cobourg was arrested for failing to comply with Probation under the Criminal Code. Keers was held in the custody of the Cobourg Police Service, scheduled to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice July 2019 for a bail hearing. 

Police responded to a local business at approximately 2:30 pm regarding an alleged theft in the custody of loss prevention officers.  As a result of police investigation, it was determined the involved party had concealed a small quality of merchandise on her and exited the premise, making no attempt to pay for the items in her possession. The merchandise was recovered by officers on scene and the woman was subsequently removed from the property and issued a Provincial Offences Notice under the Trespass to Property Act.

At approximately 5:00 pm officers of the Cobourg Police Service responded to a local business in the west-end of Cobourg regarding a woman who was currently in the custody of loss prevention officers for the offence of theft. As a result of a subsequent police investigation 29-year-old Elyse Robson of Etobicoke was arrested and charged with Theft under $5,000, and Possession of and Property obtained by Crime under $5,000 under the Criminal Code. Robson was later released from police custody scheduled to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in August 2019.

 

July 16:

At approximately 4:00 am, officers on general patrol in the downtown core observed a man who was suspected to be breaching the conditions of his recognizance of bail. As a result of a subsequent investigation, 46-year-old Michael Cole of Cobourg was arrested and charged with two counts of breaching the release conditions of his recognizance of bail. Cole was held in the custody of the Cobourg Police Service scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice for a bail hearing in July 2019.

At approximately 9:45 am officers were dispatched to a residence located in the downtown core, after receiving a report of a man inside in home in an unknown form of medical distress. Paramedics arrived on scene and subsequently transported the man to Northumberland Hills Hospital for further medical treatment.

Police investigated a report of a medical alert alarm at a local business located in the east end of Cobourg at approximately 11:50 pm. Police conducted a search of the premise and at that time, it was determined that the alarm had been accidently activated in a public washroom inside the facility. All in order.

 

July 17:

Police investigated a report of a panic alarm at a business located in the east end of Cobourg at approximately 12:30 am. Police conducted an extensive search of the premise and determine the alarm had been accidently activated by staff working inside the premise. All in order.

At approximately 8:30 pm the Belleville Police Service was reportedly called to an address in Belleville and after a police investigation it was revealed that a man inside the residence was currently sought by the Cobourg Police Service on the strength of two outstanding arrest warrants. The suspect man was arrested on the strength of the outstanding warrants and transported to the Cobourg police station. Arrested was 21-year-old Chandler Jessup of Peterborough. Jessup was held in the custody of the Cobourg Police Service, schedule to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in July 2019 for bail hearing.

At approximately 2:30 pm, officers on general patrol in the downtown core observed a man who was currently sought by the Peterborough Police Service on the strength of an outstanding arrest warrant. As a result of a subsequent investigation, 29-year-old Llewellyn Dowle of Cobourg was arrested on the strength of the outstanding warrant and was transported to the City of Peterborough to speak to the outstanding charges.

 

July 18:

At approximately 12:00 pm officers responded to an east end neighborhood after receiving a report of a man dressed in all black clothing who had been observed lying on of the sidewalk in the area. Officers attended and conducted an extensive search of the area with negative results for the involved party. The man appeared to have left, prior to police arrival. No further police investigation required. All in order.

At approximately 2:30 pm uniform officers conducted a foot patrol in the area of Victoria Park. Patrol was completed without incident. All in order. 

At approximately 3:30 pm officers attended an address on D’Arcy Street after being dispatched to an unknown disturbance in progress. Upon arrival in the area, responding officers observed one man attempting to hit another man with a mallet. The man in possession of the mallet was further observed to smash a glass window in a nearby building causing minor injury to his hand and forearm. As a result of police investigation 20-year-old Travis Aird of Port Hope, was arrested and charged with Assault with a Weapon, Uttering threats, Mischief Under $5,000  and Fail to comply with probation under the Criminal  Code. Aird remained in Police custody scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in July 2019 for a bail hearing.

 

July 19:

At approximately 7:30 pm, police responded to a business located on Strathy Road in the Town of Cobourg after receiving a report of a woman who had exited the premise with unpaid merchandise on her. As a result of a subsequent police investigation, 37-year-old Melanie Grozelle of Oshawa was arrested and charged with theft under $5000 and Possession of Property obtained by crime under the Criminal Code. Grozelle was subsequently released from police custody, scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in August 2019. 

At approximately 7:00 pm officers on general patrol in the downtown core observed a man who was currently sought by the Cobourg Police Service for breaching the release conditions of his recognizance of bail. As a result of a subsequent police investigation, 46-year-old Michael Cole of Cobourg was arrested and charged with breaching the conditions of his recognizance of bail. Cole was held in the custody of the Cobourg Police Service scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice for a bail hearing by way of video in July 2019.

At approximately 7:00 pm, a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant was executed at a residential address located in the downtown core. As a result of police investigation a quantity of suspected cocaine, fentanyl, weigh scales and packaging were subsequently located and seized. Arrested parties included 43-year-old Eric Bremner of Cobourg, 38-year-old Theresa Dehm of Cobourg, 32-year-old Lindsey Turland of Cobourg and 44-year-old Jolene Corbier of Cobourg. Bremner and Dehm remained in custody scheduled to appear by way of video before the Ontario Court of Justice for a bail hearing in July 2019. Turland and Corbier were released from police custody scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in August of 2019.

 

July 20:

At approximately 5:30 pm officers were dispatched to at residence located in a west end neighborhood after receiving a report of two parties inside the home unresponsive. Officers confirmed the involved parties were in an unknown form of medical distress. Officers administered NARCAN as a precautionary measure. Paramedics arrived on scene and subsequently transported both parties to Northumberland Hills Hospital for further medical treatment.

At approximately 7:15 pm, officers received a report of a possible impaired driver travelling westbound on Elgin Street East in the Town of Cobourg. Officers located the suspect vehicle which was observed to be travelling in an erratic manner. Officers conducted a traffic stop and subsequently arrested the driver for impaired operation of a motor vehicle. As a result of police investigation 63-year-old Paul Maisonville of Cobourg was charged with operation while impaired - alcohol and drugs contrary to Section 320.14(1)(a) of the Criminal Code and  Operation while impaired - blood alcohol concentration (80 plus) Contrary to Section 320.14(1)(b)  of the Criminal Code. Maisonville was later released from police custody scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in August of 2019.

At approximately 11:00 pm uniform members of the Cobourg Police Service responded to the area of D’Arcy Street after receiving a report of a woman who had just been assaulted. Responding officers attended and learned the involved woman had been walking in the area, when she was assaulted by an unknown man. Investigation continues. Members of the public who may have information that could assist in the investigation of this assault, or any crime, are encouraged to contact Crimestoppers Toll Free: 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or by calling the Cobourg Police Service by calling 905-372-6821.

 

July 21:

At approximately 6:30 pm, police responded to a business located on Strathy Road after receiving a report of an after the fact theft of merchandise from the premise. The suspected woman had reportedly exited the store passing all points of purchase making no attempt to pay for merchandise which she had in her possession. Investigation continues.   

At approximately 6:30 pm on July 20, 2019, police responded to a business located on Strathy Road in the Town of Cobourg after receiving a report of an after the fact theft of merchandise from the premise. The suspect male had reportedly exited the store passing all points of purchase making no attempt to pay for meat which he had concealed on himself. As a result of a subsequent police investigation, 37-year-old Ryan Conroy of Cobourg was located, arrested and charged with theft under $5000 and Possession of Property obtained by crime under the Criminal Code. Conroy was subsequently released from police custody, scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in August 2019. 

Police investigated a report of an intrusion alarm at a business located in the east end of Cobourg at approximately 10:30 pm. Police conducted an extensive search of the premise. All in order. Alarm appeared to be unfounded.