October 9 – 10, 2017 Incidents

Theft of Lawn Furniture

On the morning of October 9th 2017, police were contacted about a theft of wicker furniture taken from a downtown residence sometime late Sunday evening. Police were alerted to a suspect leaving with the furniture on a bike trailer. Police located the furniture a short time later at a center town address and spoke to a male suspect. The owner of the furniture attended the location to pick up his furniture and did not want to pursue with any charges in the spirit of Thanksgiving. The male suspect was warned for possession of stolen property.


Domestic Dispute

On Monday night shortly after 6pm, police attended a south end home for a domestic disturbance between a male and female. The male involved fled prior to police arriving. There were no injuries reported and the matter is still being investigated.


Vehicle Stop leads to Towed vehicle

On Monday afternoon at approximately 4:30 pm, police officers stopped a blue Honda Civic for an expired validation sticker. During the course of investigating further, it was determined that the driver was the owner of the uninsured vehicle and was an unlicensed driver. A 46 year old female driver from Smiths Falls was charged with numerous Highway Traffic Act violations as well as drive with no insurance and the vehicle was towed.


Fire Alarm at Courthouse

Tuesday morning shortly after 9:00am, the Provincial Courthouse building was evacuated for an active fire alarm. The fire department attended and along with court officer found the alarm to be false and all staff was permitted back in to the building.