On November 30, 2019, Police attended to an address on Waterloo Avenue in regards to a dropped 911 call. Police attended and located a 65 year old Guelph male who had been bitten a number of times in the face. He was subsequently transported to the hospital for treatment. As a result of the incident, Police arrested the responsible individual, a 55 year old Guelph male whom was known to the victim, for Assault Cause Bodily Harm. The accused was transported back to the Guelph Police Service and further held for a bail hearing.
On November 30th, 2019, Police received a call regarding a possible impaired driver travelling Southbound on Gordon Street, South of Stone Road. Police were able to locate the vehicle in a parking lot of a local residence on Gordon Street. The subject vehicle had struck a parked car while attempting to drive through the parking lot. Police believed the driver of the vehicle to be impaired and subsequently, the 27 year old Guelph female was placed under arrest for Operation while Impaired – Alcohol.
The accused provided two suitable samples of her breath supervised by a Breathalyzer Technician. The results of the tests are as follows; the first test yielded a result of 250mg of alcohol in 100mg of blood. The second test yielded a result of 260mg of alcohol in 100ml of blood. The accused was subsequently cautioned on a further charge of Operation while Impaired-Blood Alcohol Concentration. Due to the accused holding a G2 license and being considered a novice driver, she was further charged with Novice Driver BAC above Zero contrary to The Highway Traffic Act. She was later released on a Promise to Appear with a court date of December 10, 2019.