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opp report: security box and backpack with laptop among items stolenopp report: security box and backpack with laptop among items stolenopp report: security box and backpack with laptop among items stolen

by:Osgoodway     2020-02-18
In November 16, Northumberland OPP was twice called to Brighton\'s home in a family dispute between two adult sisters and a young family member.
A 56-year-old sisteryear-
Old, kept in the Brighton detachment until sober.
The investigation continues.
On November 15, a resident in Northern Campbell Ford called the police and an elderly woman knocked on his door and asked him the way to the church.
Officials spoke to the senior official and determined that she was suffering from memory loss and had lost her memory.
The police contacted her son and took her home.
About 11: 00m.
The police received two complaints about suspicious noise outside their homes, one in Brighton and the other in Ornick-
Hardiman Township
The police responded to both incidents and found no evidence of suspicious activity.
On one occasion, the noise was found to be an exterior door that hit a wall in a strong wind in the county at that time.
November 14 ● a homeowner on the Telephone Road near Waites Road, Brighton reported that between 9: 00m.
At noon, the rear basement door leading to the House was forced to open.
Whoever it is, he carries a black Honeywell fire safety box with plenty of cash and jewelry including a Rolex Oyster permanent male watch. Nov.
13 ● It is reported that a backpack from the Campbell Ford area high school was stolen from the gym with an Apple laptop (
Model A1466), a black-and-
Headphones (Red Beat)
Serial number DTXPR0L1GJ51 Model 810-00034), and clothing.
Police responded to a family dispute in Brighton. A 44-year-
The old man was arrested and charged with two charges of threatening to destroy property.
Northumberland OPP asked anyone with stolen information to call the nearest OPP detachment.
To remain anonymous, please be at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS)
If you are eligible for a cash award of up to $2,000 and do not have to appear in court.
Officials at Northumberland OPP investigated 9 Accidents, 911 calls, 11 motor vehicle collisions and 46 traffic accidents
Of the 232 incidents they handled last week, there were complaints.
They also had five rides during the same period.
In November 16, Northumberland OPP was twice called to Brighton\'s home in a family dispute between two adult sisters and a young family member.
A 56-year-old sisteryear-
Old, kept in the Brighton detachment until sober.
The investigation continues.
On November 15, a resident in Northern Campbell Ford called the police and an elderly woman knocked on his door and asked him the way to the church.
Officials spoke to the senior official and determined that she was suffering from memory loss and had lost her memory.
The police contacted her son and took her home.
About 11: 00m.
The police received two complaints about suspicious noise outside their homes, one in Brighton and the other in Ornick-
Hardiman Township
The police responded to both incidents and found no evidence of suspicious activity.
On one occasion, the noise was found to be an exterior door that hit a wall in a strong wind in the county at that time.
November 14 ● a homeowner on the Telephone Road near Waites Road, Brighton reported that between 9: 00m.
At noon, the rear basement door leading to the House was forced to open.
Whoever it is, he carries a black Honeywell fire safety box with plenty of cash and jewelry including a Rolex Oyster permanent male watch. Nov.
13 ● It is reported that a backpack from the Campbell Ford area high school was stolen from the gym with an Apple laptop (
Model A1466), a black-and-
Headphones (Red Beat)
Serial number DTXPR0L1GJ51 Model 810-00034), and clothing.
Police responded to a family dispute in Brighton. A 44-year-
The old man was arrested and charged with two charges of threatening to destroy property.
Northumberland OPP asked anyone with stolen information to call the nearest OPP detachment.
To remain anonymous, please be at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS)
If you are eligible for a cash award of up to $2,000 and do not have to appear in court.
Officials at Northumberland OPP investigated 9 Accidents, 911 calls, 11 motor vehicle collisions and 46 traffic accidents
Of the 232 incidents they handled last week, there were complaints.
They also had five rides during the same period.
In November 16, Northumberland OPP was twice called to Brighton\'s home in a family dispute between two adult sisters and a young family member.
A 56-year-old sisteryear-
Old, kept in the Brighton detachment until sober.
The investigation continues.
On November 15, a resident in Northern Campbell Ford called the police and an elderly woman knocked on his door and asked him the way to the church.
Officials spoke to the senior official and determined that she was suffering from memory loss and had lost her memory.
The police contacted her son and took her home.
About 11: 00m.
The police received two complaints about suspicious noise outside their homes, one in Brighton and the other in Ornick-
Hardiman Township
The police responded to both incidents and found no evidence of suspicious activity.
On one occasion, the noise was found to be an exterior door that hit a wall in a strong wind in the county at that time.
November 14 ● a homeowner on the Telephone Road near Waites Road, Brighton reported that between 9: 00m.
At noon, the rear basement door leading to the House was forced to open.
Whoever it is, he carries a black Honeywell fire safety box with plenty of cash and jewelry including a Rolex Oyster permanent male watch. Nov.
13 ● It is reported that a backpack from the Campbell Ford area high school was stolen from the gym with an Apple laptop (
Model A1466), a black-and-
Headphones (Red Beat)
Serial number DTXPR0L1GJ51 Model 810-00034), and clothing.
Police responded to a family dispute in Brighton. A 44-year-
The old man was arrested and charged with two charges of threatening to destroy property.
Northumberland OPP asked anyone with stolen information to call the nearest OPP detachment.
To remain anonymous, please be at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS)
If you are eligible for a cash award of up to $2,000 and do not have to appear in court.
Officials at Northumberland OPP investigated 9 Accidents, 911 calls, 11 motor vehicle collisions and 46 traffic accidents
Of the 232 incidents they handled last week, there were complaints.
They also had five rides during the same period.
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