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Police dog sniffs out kids who stole candy, pop from ball field snack bar in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLEWith the help of a police dog, three youth have been charged with break and enter and theft of candy and beverages were stolen from a sports field snack bar. Provincial police say that on Friday, June 2,…

317 fishers, anglers stopped in MNR wildlife blitz; 15 charged

PARRY SOUND — Thirty people ran afoul of the MNR during stops last week. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says they laid 15 charges and issued 15 warnings during a one-day enforcement blitz along Highway 400 south of…

Police warn about African serval cat spotted in Tiny Township

TINY TOWNSHIP — Provincial police from the Southern Georgian Bay detachment are warning residents of Tiny Township about a rare potentially dangerous wild animal that was spotted in this area. OPP and Tiny Township Animal Control would like to warn…

Suspect apprehended after barricading themselves in house

ORILLIA — A suspect is in custody after police were held at bay Saturday morning after neighbours were warned to stay inside and the public was warned away from the area due to risk of danger to them. Provincial police…

Orillia shooting leads to death, police look for armed, dangerous shooter

ORILLIA Provincial police here are looking for an armed and dangerous person after shooting early Sunday left one person dead. They say that on Sunday June 04 at about 3:50 a.m. OPP, along with County of Simcoe Paramedic Services…

UPDATE – Missing brother of plane crash victim found

Bradley Dustein was last seen June 1. He may be in Hamilton.Bradley Dustein was last seen June 1. He may be in Hamilton. UPDATE: GRAVENHURST — Police reported late Sunday that the missing brother of one of the pilots killed in Friday’s air crash at the Muskoka Airport has been found.…

Veteran Bracebridge pilot and new plane owner identified as two victims of Muskoka Airport-Hwy. 11 Lake amphibian air crash Friday

The torn remains of a Lake amphibian airplane in which intructor Ted Dirstein and Allan Mitverein died late Friday afternoon remained along Hwy. 11 Saturday afternoon.Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — A local pilot who died in Friday’s air crash at the Muskoka Airport is being rememberd as one of the best in the business. Ted Dirstein, 66, of Bracebridge, was checking out Allan Metivier,…

2 people die in small plane air crash on Hwy. 11 at Muskoka Airport Friday afternoon

A green tarp covers part of a small plane that crashed Friday afternoon apparently short of the runway, killing two people.Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — Two people are dead and Transportation Canada officials are trying to determine how a small plane crashed into a ditch along Hwy. 11 here at the Muskoka Airport late Friday afternoon. A green tarp…

Bracebridge woman’s death in auto accident near Beatrice Town Line has police seeking witnesses

BRACEBRIDGE — A Bracebridge woman died Wednesday afternoon when she was involved in an accident near the Beatrice Town Line. Provincial police say they responded to a two-vehicle collision that occurred on Manitoba Street near Beatrice Town Line in Bracebridge…

Bracebridge man, 67, faces first degree murder charge after woman dies at Wellington Street home Friday night

BRACEBRIDGE — A 67-year-old Bracebridge man is being held for a bail hearing Tuesday charged with first degree murder after a woman died at a home on Wellington Street Friday night. The accused, wh appeared in a video remand Saturday…

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