Fire in Townhouse– No injuries
On the 11th of January, 2020 at approximately 6:35pm, the Guelph Police Service and the Guelph Fire Department responded to a reported residential fire, in the area of Edinburgh Road and Willow Road.
Upon arrival, emergency responders found a family of four waiting outside the townhouse. Investigation revealed smoke was coming through three townhouse units. Fire crews were able to locate a fire in the rear wall of one of the units. This fire extended from the first floor, through the second story and up to the attic. Fire crews were able to extinguish this fire. As a result, the residence is not livable until repairs are made.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation by the fire prevention office of the Guelph Fire Department.
The Guelph Police Service is committed to maintaining a high level of road safety for all drivers, passengers and pedestrians in the community. Over the course of 24 hours, 37 traffic stops were conducted by officers throughout the city.
Examples of Provincial Offence Notices (tickets) served within this time frame include: turn not in safety, speeding, and failing to yield to a pedestrian.
We would like to remind drivers that the speed limit in residential areas is 50km/hour unless otherwise posted. With icy road conditions, please leave extra room between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. Finally, in low visibility situations, please take the extra moment to double check that the roadway is clear, before you make any turns.
Recovered Stolen Property
On the 9th of January, 2020 a male party was arrested by the Guelph Police Service on an outstanding warrant. Officers discovered that he was in possession of stolen property, and seized it all, in hopes of returning it all to the rightful owner.
If you are the owner of any of the items in the photo below, please contact Constable Alex NAGRODSKI at to email@example.com to arrange a time to come and pick up your property.