Speeders caught on King George Road

Brantford Police officers spotted a stolen vehicle and found drugs with the occupants. Officers saw the vehicle on George Street on April 28, 2018 just after 2 a.m. The vehicle had previously been reported stolen. Officers saw the parked vehicle and four people exit. Officers attempted to arrest the four people, but the female driver fled
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A 29-year-old male was arrested after he was found lurking around residences. Brantford Police Services were called just after noon on April 25 after a community member saw a man going into a backyard. Community Patrol Officers went to the home and saw that the rear door had been kicked in. Police then the male
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A Brantford woman was arrested after she was found with a stolen vehicle. Brantford Police community patrol officers recognized a stolen vehicle parked at the intersection of Park Avenue and Victoria Street on Wednesday April 18, just before 10 a.m. They spotted a female retrieving items from the backseat. When they stopped to talk to her,
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By: John Bradford, Publisher. When you mix enthusiasm, entrepreneurialism and opportunity, stir wildly with network support and advocacy, you prepare an epicurean delight for the community to feast on. More businesses have recently joined the Paris and District Chamber of Commerce and it’s only a ground swell of what’s to come. At a ‘Business After
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Hundreds of students were suspended from schools in Brantford and County of Brant until their parents can update their vaccination records.  209 students with outdated immunization records with the Brant County Health Unit were suspended from school on Thursday, April 18 until their records are updated. More than 150 elementary school students and 57 secondary
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The City of Brantford declared a state of emergency on February 21, 2018 in response to an extreme and sudden weather event on the Grand River watershed that led to an evacuation order impacting 5,000 residents in the City’s floodplain area.    As a result of the ice jam/flood event, several homes as well as
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Update: Police have located Hill safe.  Brantford Police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing 23-year-old male. Cole HILL is an Indigenous male, 5’10 “, approximately 165 pounds, with black curly hair down to his neck, scruffy facial hair, beard and moustache. He was last seen wearing a grey pull over sweater,
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The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) and the Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) are pleased to announce that they have reached an agreement on various issues affecting the community. Representatives attended a mediation before the Honourable Frank Iacobucci, a retired Judge of the Supreme Court of Canada, on March 22, 2018. SNEC and HCCC are pleased
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It is important to realize that our own police officers find themselves in situations that put themselves in harm’s way above and beyond their official call to duty. Constables Matt Roberts, Constable Jacob Campbell and Constable A.J. Snively were recognized by Chief Nelson at the BPS Board meeting April 12th as they personify exemplary service
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There are times when a civilian gives the police service assistance, despite some personal risk or substantial inconvenience and are appropriately recognized for their worthy contribution. On April 12th The Brantford Police Services Board recognized three individuals: Jason Connell, Justin Hoag and Bob Vigh. Jason and Justin were in separate vehicles last July when they
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