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Assault, car break-in, hunt camp theft keep police busy in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLEA number of incidents the past few days have kept police here busy investigating a downtown assault, a purse theft at Arrowhead park and a hunt camp break-in in Lake of Bays.

Police say that Saturday March 29, just after 2 a.m. Huntsville OPP were called to the Pizza Pizza on Main Street.

A customer that had ordered pizza was having a conversation with the employee when another customer, Lori Anne Garland, 34, of Huntsville, began yelling at the customer.

At one point, police allege, she grabbed the other customer by the hair and dragged her out of Pizza Pizza and onto the street.

The two were separated and the pair eventually left the restaurant.

As a result of the investigation Garland was located a short time later, arrested and charged with Assault under the Criminal Code of Canada. 

The accused will appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Huntsville on April 7, 2014 to answer to her charges.

A couple of days earlier, on Thursday March 27, between 1:20 and 3:30 p.m. unknown culprits smashed the window of a vehicle that was parked at ArrowheadProvincialPark.

The victim had left a purse sitting in the vehicle.

The victim’s purse contained all of her personal information including health card, birth certificate and SIN card.  The purse also contained Canadian and American cash, along with a cellphone.

Anyone with any information about this theft is asked to contact Huntsville OPP or Crime Stoppers.

Huntsville OPP would like to remind people to secure all of valuables out of sight out as to not entice any would be thieves.

Also Thursday, were advised of a break-in at a hunt camp on MartencampLake in the township of Lake of Bays.

The hunt camp was last checked the first week of March. 

Taken was a generator, Generac model #4000EXL, valued at approximately $800.

Also taken was a set of Faber snowshoes, the old wooden style frame.

The hunt camp is in a remote area that is accessed by snowmobile only. 

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Huntsville OPP or Crime Stoppers.

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