On August 10th, 2019, a local business on Woolwich Street contacted Police to remove a non-customer from their washroom facility. Police attended and located a 27 year old Guelph male in the washroom consuming a bottle of Nyquil who was refusing to leave. The male failed to leave when directed multiple times and was subsequently arrested. A search incident to arrest revealed a small quantity of Methamphetamine and 3 glass pipes. It was further learned that the accused was on a recognizance with a condition not possess or consume any unlawful drugs or substances. The accused was further charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance, Breach Recognizance, and Engage in Prohibited Activity on Premises. The accused was further held for a bail hearing at the Guelph Police Service.


On August 10th, 2019, a 66 year old Guelph Female was parked in the Guelph Police parking lot while engaging in a verbal altercation with her spouse. The female eventually left the parking lot and ran over a curb on her way out of the lot. Police attended to speak with the male party involved who remained on foot in the parking lot. The female party eventually returned to the Police lot in her vehicle where officers intervened and a strong odour of alcohol was detected on her breathe. After a fail was registered on the approved screening device (ASD), the female was subsequently arrested for operation while impaired over 80mg of alcohol in 100ml of blood.