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Innisfil man charged by OPP after slew of break-ins

Innisfil man charged by OPP after slew of break-ins

Police seized stolen lottery cards and over $9000 in Canadian currency, among other items  
Suspects facing multiple charges after theft from vehicle

Suspects facing multiple charges after theft from vehicle

The incident took place on May 24, 2020
Boat catches fire on Kempenfelt Bay <b>(6 photos)</b>

Boat catches fire on Kempenfelt Bay (6 photos)

Barrie firefighters happened to come across the blaze while they were in the area, says captain
Innisfil man, denied alcohol at grocery store, nabbed for impaired

Innisfil man, denied alcohol at grocery store, nabbed for impaired

No one was injured after the suspect tried to flee police and struck the police cruiser
Racist graffiti ends in charges for 50-year-old Barrie man

Racist graffiti ends in charges for 50-year-old Barrie man

'It’s unfortunate that people had to see those markings and the words he chose to use,' says police official
Two teens allegedly sexually assaulted at Innisfil beach

Two teens allegedly sexually assaulted at Innisfil beach

Citizens on scene called police after suspect fled; Police arrested a 28-year-old Brampton man
Bradford man, 19, facing impaired driving charges

Bradford man, 19, facing impaired driving charges

The accused was arrested after police were called for erratic driving
Innisfil man charged with impaired following collision

Innisfil man charged with impaired following collision

OPP responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Highway 69 in Carling Township
Nine people pulled from Lake Simcoe after boat sinks

Nine people pulled from Lake Simcoe after boat sinks

Sunday's rescue operation involved not only police from South Simcoe, York Region, Barrie and OPP, as well as Rama Fire and Rescue Services, but also Good Samaritans
Kirkfield man arrested in wake of historic domestic abuse case

Kirkfield man arrested in wake of historic domestic abuse case

An investigation was launched in March 2020 after a woman reported incidents of abuse that allegedly occurred from 2011 to 2016 while living in Innisfil