Port Hope Police Media Release – Assault/Mischief to Vehicle/Float Your Fanny

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Man charged with assault.

A 29 year old Lindsay man is charged with assault after Port Hope Police responded to a family dispute in the municipality’s south end. On the 22nd of April at 10:30am Police attended the residence as a result of a call.  Investigation revealed that an argument erupted between the man and woman described his common law’s mother.  The argument became heated during which the man is alleged to have struck her.  He was arrested at the scene. The man appears in court at the end of April.  No names will be released.

Mischief to vehicle

Port Hope Police were called to a Phillips Road apartment building to investigate a reported mischief believed to have occurred the previous evening, 21st April 2018. .  A vehicle in the parking lot had two tires slashed.  No other vehicles were damaged leading Police to believe this was a targeted incident. Police are continuing the investigation and asking anyone with information to call Port Hope Police or Crime Stoppers.

Float you fanny down the Ganny.

Port Hope Police report no significant issues during the race on Saturday.  Officers were on foot patrol at various points setting a command centre with the Port Hope Fire Department. One man was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place. He was later released to a relative.

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