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Oxford OPP Briefs

Briefs include a woman facing multiple charges in Ingersoll, including two counts of assaulting a police officer, a break, enter and theft in Ingersoll, assault charges in Ingersoll and theft in East Zorra-Tavistock.

Driver Of A Tractor-Trailer Suffers No Injuries Following Collision

The driver of a tractor-trailer was uninjured following a two-vehicle collision between Molesworth and Listowel. The road remained closed while crews removed the transport from the ditch.

Operation Sharing Hosting A Taxable Item Drive At Ingersoll's Giant Tiger

Operation Sharing is having a taxable item drive this morning at the Giant Tiger in Ingersoll. The event will coincide with the store's grand re-opening, who is also having a barbecue from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Norfolk County OPP Investigate Stabbing In Simcoe

Norfolk OPP say the incident happened after 6:00 last night on West Street when the victim was injured with an edged weapon by two suspects after their confrontation escalated. The investigation is ongoing.

Brant County Among The Municipalities At AMO

Mayor David Bailey and several council members met with provincial leaders and attended various meetings to discuss issues specific to their community, including source water protection.

Quantity Of Drugs Seized From A Home in Tillsonburg

The Oxford Branch Street Crime Unit arrested a Tillsonburg man after an investigation on Queen Street, where they found a quantity of fentanyl, methamphetamine and hydromorphone, along with stolen property. He is expected to appear in a Woodstock courtroom at a later date.

Nearly $40,000 Worth of Drugs Seized

Woodstock Police found $39,000.00 worth of cocaine, methamphetamine and fentanyl, as well as $15,000.00 of stolen property after arresting three people yesterday. The investigation is ongoing.

Three Guns Seized In Traffic Stop In Kitchener

Police found one gun, two restricted firearms and four other weapon-related items, including a knife. The 34 year-old driver has been charged with multiple offences.

Raising Money For Epilepsy

Woodstock's Hailey VanBemmel will have a lemonade sale outside of her home, and her family will also be having a yard sale. The event will go from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Call From Concerned Resident Leads To Arrest

Police continue to echo the message to call authorities if you see anything suspicious in your neighbourhood. An Ingersoll resident did just that, leading to the arrest of a Woodstock man.

Seeking Clarification On The Minister Of Environment's Recent Comments

The Upper Thames River Conservation Authority is challenging the recent comments made by Minister of Environment Jeff Yurek.