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OPP hosting provincial recruitment day in region

OPP hosting provincial recruitment day in region

Attendees to Oct. 1 event will get to take part in constable information session, learn about different units and potential career opportunities
Bradford teen showing signs of improvement after alleged assault

Bradford teen showing signs of improvement after alleged assault

Teen remains in critical condition
Complaint leads to impaired driving charge in Innisfil

Complaint leads to impaired driving charge in Innisfil

Stoney Creek man, 63, charged after complaint about driving on Highway 400
Innisfil man faces impaired, stunt driving charges

Innisfil man faces impaired, stunt driving charges

Police say vehicle was clocked at 135 km/h in 80 km/h zone on Shore Acres Drive
Police appeal for information in Innisfil skydiving fatality

Police appeal for information in Innisfil skydiving fatality

The 21-year-old was from Richmond Hill was killed during an incident in August
Traffic complaint leads to impaired charges on Highway 89

Traffic complaint leads to impaired charges on Highway 89

Toronto resident to appear in Bradford court Oct. 13
South Simcoe officers taking part in national memorial run

South Simcoe officers taking part in national memorial run

Officers will run from Toronto to Ottawa in memory of those who died in line of duty
Traffic stop in Innisfil leads to weapon, drug charges

Traffic stop in Innisfil leads to weapon, drug charges

Scarborough men charged after police find cocaine, meth, mushrooms, heroin, loaded gun
Bradford teen charged with aggravated assault

Bradford teen charged with aggravated assault

Police say the teen was charged after a dispute with another teen; the victim remains in hospital in critical condition
Police 'will leave no stone unturned' in McKay Rd. crash probe

Police 'will leave no stone unturned' in McKay Rd. crash probe

'We recognize that the deaths of these young adults has profoundly impacted their families, friends and the community,' says Barrie police official