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Media Release – July 13, 2022 – Guelph Police – Guelph Police Service

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Criminal charge follows driving stop

A Guelph male faces a criminal charge of assaulting a police officer after he was stopped Tuesday for stunt driving.

Just after noon Tuesday, a member of the Guelph Police Service Traffic Unit was conducting speed enforcement on Niska Road when he clocked a vehicle travelling 100 km/h in a posted 50 km/h zone. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was advised his vehicle would be impounded as required by the Highway Traffic Act.

The male refused to exit the vehicle and at least three times slapped the officer’s hand as he attempted to open the door. Eventually the male was removed from the vehicle and was handcuffed after struggling to resist arrest for several minutes.

A 28-year-old Guelph male is charged with assault to resist arrest, stunt driving and speeding. His driver’s licence was suspended for 30 days and his vehicle was impounded for 14 days. He will appear in a Guelph court August 23, 2022.

During the incident, a passerby observed the officer struggling with the male and called 911, providing information which allowed other officers to quickly attend and assist. The Guelph Police Service appreciates this citizen’s assistance.

Stolen vehicle leads to drug, gun charges

An investigation into a stolen vehicle has led to a long list of drug and weapons charges for two people.

Approximately 9 a.m. Tuesday, Guelph Police Service officers on routine patrol queried a licence plate on a vehicle parked on Macdonell Street and learned it had been reported stolen from Cambridge.

A male and female were arrested for possessing the vehicle. Searches incident to arrest revealed various quantities of controlled substances including suspected crack cocaine, fentanyl, methamphetamines, morphine and prescription pills. Officers also recovered a sawed-off shotgun, ammunition, a conducted energy weapon, a large amount of suspected stolen property and more than $1,500 in cash.

A 32-year-old Guelph male and 19-year-old Cambridge female face charges including possession for the purpose of trafficking, possessing prohibited weapons and possessing property obtained by crime. They were both held to appear in a Guelph bail court Wednesday.

Road rage leads to charges

An apparent incident of road rage has led to charges for a Guelph male.

Monday afternoon, approximately 2 p.m., a Guelph male reported he was followed along Willow Road and onto the Hanlon Parkway by another driver. On the Hanlon the other driver got in front of the victim and slammed on his brakes, causing the victim to come to a stop.

The suspect exited his vehicle and began punching the victim’s side window, then struck the victim’s hood causing a large dent.

A 47-year-old Guelph male was located at his residence Tuesday and arrested for mischief and stunt driving. He will appear in a Guelph court October 4, 2022.

Total calls for service in the last 24 hours – 238

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The Barn Find Hunter Finds a Home on REV TV!

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Burlington, ON (August 10, 2022) — REV TV, YOUR MOTORSPORTS & AUTOMOTIVE DESTINATION 24/7, is excited to join the hunt for buried automotive treasure with the addition of Barn Find Hunter to its programming lineup.

Barn Find Hunter, which is produced by Hagerty Media, follows host Tom Cotter—who literally wrote the book(s) on barn finds—as he searches through dusty barns, cluttered garages and rusty scrap yards for automotive gold.

“REV TV viewers are the type of folks to pass a barn on a backroad and wonder if a Hemi is gathering dust inside,” said Mike Garrow, CEO of REV TV. “Barn Find Hunter, therefore, is the perfect fit for our channel and a great extension and expansion of our relationship with our wonderful partner Hagerty.”

“There’s nothing like the Barn Find Hunter audience so it’s a thrill to welcome the REV TV audience,” said Barn Find Hunter host Tom Cotter. “I’ve been doing this most my life and I love how the show demonstrates to viewers that these great cars are still out there – you just need to look in the right place!”

Barn Find Hunter will make its debut on Saturday, August 13th at 10AM ET.

About Hagerty, Inc. (NYSE: HGTY)

Based in Traverse City, Michigan, Hagerty’s purpose is to save driving and car culture for future generations and its mission is to build a global business to fund that purpose. Hagerty is an automotive enthusiast brand offering integrated membership products and programs as well as a specialty insurance provider focused on the global automotive enthusiast market. Hagerty is home to Hagerty Drivers Club, Hagerty DriveShare, Hagerty Valuation Tools, Hagerty Media, Hagerty Drivers Club magazine, MotorsportReg, Hagerty Garage + Social, The Amelia, Detroit Concours d’Elegance, Greenwich Concours d’Elegance, California Mille, Motorlux, Hagerty Drivers Foundation and more.

For more information on Hagerty, please visit https://www.hagerty.com/, or connect with us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter. More information can be found at newsroom.hagerty.com.

 

About REV TV

YOUR MOTORSPORTS & AUTOMOTIVE DESTINATION is available to over 6 million households across Canada and features over 200 races from around the world and right here at home. From two-wheels to four and so much more. REV TV showcases all forms of high-octane racing, such as MotoGP, Monster Jam, AMA Supercross, World Rally Championship, IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Indy Lights, World Endurance Championship, World RX Championship, IndyCar Classics, SPEED SPORT TV, along with news coverage such as The Inside Line (F1), Winged Nation (winged sprint cars) and Tuning 365 Performance Auto & Sound Magazine. We also have a slate of original programming with REV Culture with Todd Lewis that features interviews with motorsports luminaries, All North Racing which focuses on grassroots racing, a slew of how-to and behind-the-scenes programs, and so much more. REV TV is your MOTORSPORTS & AUTOMOTIVE DESTINATION 24/7.

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Singer Songwriter DIA Heats Up Summer With ‘LIMONATA”

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Toronto, ON – Canadian-Italian singer/ songwriter DIA, released her new single, “Limonata” on all music platforms.  The pop artist draws you in with a powerful and dynamic sound.  DIA’s voice is filled with nuances that embrace diverse cultures.  With a master’s degree in ethnomusicology and the ability to sing in 32 languages, the multi-talented artist has no boundaries and takes fans outside theirs.  “Limonata” produced by KC Bondar, is a fun and sexy single for the summer about loving and living life to the fullest.  With an upbeat Latin and Mediterranean vibe, “Limonata” will have you up dancing all summer long.
DIA has headlined festivals throughout Canada, the US, Europe, Central and South America, that included a performance at the closing ceremonies of the Parapan Am games – an honor for the artist.   A voice of multiculturalism and a product of her Canadian environment makes DIA’s connection with audiences undeniable.  The singer draws you into her music with enthusiastic performances and the belief that music has no barriers.  “Limonata” is that song….   Listen. Repeat. Listen. Repeat
“Each culture I experience, leaves a thumbprint on my voice… and with this song, I’ve got Italy on my mind”
                                                                                             DIA
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WEBSITE: https://www.diamusiconline.com/
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Timmins news: Teen charged with social media threats | CTV News – CTV News Northern Ontario

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Timmins police have been busy with young offenders this week with the latest involving a teen boy getting charged for threatening another teen using social media.

A 15-year-old male is accused of threatening a 14-year-old female online and attempting to “entice and enlist others to cause bodily harm” to her, police said in a news release Thursday morning.

Officers responded to a complaint Wednesday evening and were able to identify, locate and arrest the boy at his home the same night.

He has been charged with two counts each of uttering threats and failing to comply with a release order and one count of conspiracy to commit an offence.

The accused was held in custody overnight and is scheduled to appear at a bail hearing Thursday.

This comes after two other violent incidents involving young suspects in the last week.

“It’s a definite worrisome trend,” Marc Depatie, a Timmins police spokesperson, told CTV News in an email.

Five teens, ranging from 12 to 15 years of age, were charged after a 14-year-old female was allegedly swarmed, beaten and robbed on Aug. 5.

A 12-year-old female has been charged with assaulting another girl her age Tuesday evening at a Park Avenue schoolyard.

Both victims were injured in the attacks.

None of the allegations has been proven in court.

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