The Rap Sheet

Monday, October 30th


Police Looking to Identify Mischief SuspectBarrie Police Service are currently looking to identify a male responsible for damaging two vehicles in the parking lot of a Barrie apartment building. On Saturday, October 28th, 2017 at 6:20am officers attended the address of 114 Anne Street, in the City of Barrie, after receiving multiple complaints of a male damaging vehicles and causing a disturbance in the parking lot.  Video surveillance was reviewed and saw a single male exit the building at approximately 5:10am and proceed to damage two vehicles by punching, kicking and throwing items.  He was then observed re-entering the building at approximately 5:50am where he used the key pad to call and gain access to the interior of the building.


  • Male, white
  • 20-30 years old
  • Slim build
  • Wearing a grey and white hooded sweater with a hood with a ‘H’ on the chest,  blue jeans, and a black baseball hat

Police are continuing their investigation at this time and wish for anyone who may have information to please contact PC M Baker of the Barrie Police Service at 705-725-7025 ext. 2713 or email at Any information can be provided anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or leave an anonymous tip online at


As a result of a month long investigation with South Simcoe Police Service’s Community Mobilization and Engagement Unit  (CMEU), Criminal Investigations Bureau  (CIB) and uniform officers, a warrant was executed on an Alcona residence on Friday, October 27, 2017. A quantity of cocaine and marijuana was seized as a result of the search. CMEU members along with uniform and with the assistance of Barrie City Police Canine Unit arrested two youths for possession and possession for the purpose of trafficking  drugs. One of the youths was also charged with breach of probation and the other had an added charge of fail to comply with his recognizance.  The investigation is continuing.

On Friday, October 27, 2017, South Simcoe Police received information about an internet fraud that had taken place.  The suspect convinced the victim to send a large quantity of money to help out a family member serving overseas.  All documents sent and viewed by the victim through the internet looked authentic giving no reason to think it was a fraudulent transaction.  Unfortunately, the victim is now out several hundred thousand  dollars.  The investigation is continuing. Internet fraud has reached epidemic proportions. Policing the internet is a difficult task.  In order to avoid becoming a victim, you must use common sense and caution. Fraud artists are experts on preying on their victim’s fears, insecurities, naivete and greed. If you come across a deal that sounds too good to be true, it might be a fraud. If you receive an email saying you owe money, it might be a fraud. If you get a message on your computer that you will be arrested or fined for your activities, it is a fraud. Government agencies, police, courts, Canada Revenue, and banks will never demand payment over the phone or by email. We never threaten arrest for nonpayment. If you suspect a scam, look up the agency phone number and call them for confirmation. Educate yourself and vulnerable members of your family by going to the Canadian Anti-Fraud website for more information.

On October 28, 2017, just before 1:00 a.m., South Simcoe Police received a call from a concerned citizen about a possible impaired driver.  Officer located the suspect vehicle and the driver was given a roadside screening device test, resulting in a FAIL. After further testing at the station, a 38 year old female from Springwater  was charged with Impaired Driving and Driver Over 80 mgs.   She will appear in court early November of this year.


In the early hours of October 29th 2017, the Midland Police Service were called to a residence on the east end of town for an unwanted person. Officers arrived and were informed by the complainant that her son had returned home intoxicated and was breaking things in her apartment. The suspect had caused significant damage, he was arrested, removed from the apartment and brought back to Midland Police Service.
Information was received that the suspect was currently bound by a probation order with a condition to keep the peace and be of good behavior. The 18-year-old suspect was subsequently charged and released with a date to appear in the Midland Court of Justice on November 30th 2017 at 930am.


Members of the Bracebridge Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were conducting a RIDE check at Highway 11 North and Highway 118 in Bracebridge on Monday October 30, 2017 at 12:30 a.m. and pulled over a vehicle that required further investigation.  As a result of that investigation, officers seized a large quantity of illegal drugs and over $12 000.00 in cash. Police have charged a 23 year-old man from Muskoka Lakes Township, ON with the following offenses:

  • Possession of Schedule II Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking CDSA 5(2)
  • Possession of Schedule I Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking CDSA 5(2)
  • Possession of Schedule II Substance Over 30 g CDSA 4(2)
  • Possession of Schedule II Substance over 1 gram CDSA 4(2)
  • Unauthorized Possession of a Weapon CC 91(2)
  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5000 CC 354(1)(a)
  • Fail To Comply with Probation Order CC 733.1(1)

The accused was held for a Bail Hearing at the Ontario Court of Justice in Bracebridge on the 30th day of October 2017.


Members of the Southern Georgian Bay Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to numerous calls for service in the evening of Oct 27, 2017 to a gathering on Ogden’s Beach Road, Tay Township. Officers on routine traffic patrol noted an increased flow of evening traffic in the area of and on Ogden’s Beach Road. An R.I.D.E. check stop was set up a Highway 12 at Ogden’s Beach Road in the early hours of Oct 28, 2017 to help reduce the incidence of impaired driving in the area. Officers along with Simcoe County Paramedic Services were dispatched to a vacant property on which a large gathering of youths were over consuming quantities of alcoholic beverages.  Several intoxicated youths were identified and dealt with as area taxi companies had a heavy presence in the area along with numerous parked vehicles along Ogden’s Beach Road. As a result of the police presence, a 23 year old man Penetanguishene was arrested at 3:00am Oct 28, for Impaired Driving sec 253(1) (a) and having Care or Control of a Motor Vehicle while over 80mgs sec 253 (1) (b) of the Criminal Code of Canada. His vehicle was towed and impounded for 7 days and his driver’s licence was seized for 90 days under the provisions of the Administrative Drivers Licence Suspension (ADLS). He was released from police custody to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in Midland on November 9, 2017. Several other drivers were charged in the area with violations under the Highway Traffic Act as well as the Liquor Licence Act.