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Police seize cash, gun and cocaine in Memorial Avenue traffic stop

Police seize cash, gun and cocaine in Memorial Avenue traffic stop

North York man faces several charges and remains in custody pending April 17 court date
Flat tire in Innisfil leads to numerous charges for Orillia man

Flat tire in Innisfil leads to numerous charges for Orillia man

Accused gave officers information which prompted K9 search of the area
Oro-Medonte woman faces drunk driving charges after citizen complaint

Oro-Medonte woman faces drunk driving charges after citizen complaint

Penetanguishene man found to be driving without a license in a separate traffic stop
Former Midland Police Service officer named as region OPP shift supervisor

Former Midland Police Service officer named as region OPP shift supervisor

Sergeant Michael Burrows, most recently from Orillia OPP, has been promoted in the Highway 12 location
Two charged with trafficking crack cocaine in Huntsville

Two charged with trafficking crack cocaine in Huntsville

Cash, loaded hand guns and cocaine, with street value of $30,000, confiscated
Orillia man faces slew of charges after three local robberies

Orillia man faces slew of charges after three local robberies

Reece Finlay, 32, facing armed robbery, theft, possession of weapon and other charges
Teen found with cocaine, cash and handgun: OPP

Teen found with cocaine, cash and handgun: OPP

Toronto man faces numerous charges after traffic stop on Davey Drive
Front Street traffic stop results in numerous drug, weapons charges

Front Street traffic stop results in numerous drug, weapons charges

Police located cocaine, cash and a taser during vehicle search
Suspect sought after attempted robbery in Midland

Suspect sought after attempted robbery in Midland

Suspect, who was armed with small pocket knife, fled on foot after foiled robbery
Here are some tips to avoid falling victim to e-commerce scams

Here are some tips to avoid falling victim to e-commerce scams

E-commerce scams are on the rise; Police urge people to do their homework first