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Posted Tuesday, January 17, 2017

BelcastroPolice are attempting to locate 37 year-old Giacomo “James” BELCASTRO who is currently wanted by the Guelph Police Service on seven outstanding arrest warrants for a number of charges. He is believed to somewhere in the region.   
If you do see BELCASTRO, do not approach him and contact the Guelph Police Service at 519-824-1212. If you wish to remain anonymous, tips can be left at CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submitted online at www. csgw.tips....

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Posted Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Just before 8am on January 16th, an east-end resident noticed a man with a dog laying on the ground in a near-by park. The compassion for his well-being prompted a call to police and that concern was well-appreciated when police arrived and learned that the man had actually fallen while walking his dog and hurt his ankle.  The 49 year-old man was unable to move and was on the ground for over an hour before he was discovered there. The man was taken to hospital by ambulance...
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Posted Monday, January 16, 2017

At approximately 9pm on Saturday night,  an intoxicated man kicked in the front door of a neighbour’s home on Bennett Street while the residents were at home.
Police arrived and located the man who struggled with police as they attempted to arrest him. A conducted energy weapon (CEW) had to be used to subdue him and take him into custody. The search of the male located a quantity of a white substance believed to be cocaine.  
Forty-one year-old Robert Anderson...

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Posted Friday, January 13, 2017

Just before midnight on January 12 th , police went to a Woolwich Street address to initially check on the well-being of a young woman who was believed to be staying there. When police arrived to speak to her and confirmed her well-being, they also spoke with two men who were there as well. One of those men provide a false name to police and further investigation revealed his real identity as a 25 year-old Guelph man who was breaching release conditions he was ordered to...
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Posted Thursday, January 12, 2017

The Grand River Conservation Authority is issuing the following flood watch message.
The Grand River Watershed received between 20 and 30mm of rain on Wednesday night.  This rain coupled with snowmelt over the past few days has resulted in high runoff throughout the watershed.  Temperatures are expected to drop today, which should lower the risk of additional snow melt.
Elevated levels in rivers and streams across the watershed are expected to persist and increase...

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