Police blotter Father calls police to bring his daughter home

A concerned father contacted police on Saturday night to tell them that his 13-year-old daughter was out past her curfew.The father asked for police assistance to locate the daughter at a party she was attending.The man later contacted police to tell them his daughter returned home and he did not need their help.OPP are asking parents and guardians to talk to their children about house rules and responsibility to communicate if they will be home late.Man damages window and doorA Norfolk County man is accused of damaging a window and door at house on Queen Street South, Simcoe, on Saturday evening.The homeowner contacted the police who were able to locate the man and take him into custody.The 31-year-old male was charged with mischief under $5,000.Break and enter investigation At some point between March 22 and March 29 unknowns gained access to and entered a Howard Street, Simcoe, address.Police say it does not appear that anything was taken, but urge the public to report suspicious behaviour immediately.The Norfolk County OPP Detachment is continuing to investigate and is reviewing security surveillance footage in an attempt to identify those responsible.Stolen vehicle destroyed On Sunday morning a member of the public reported a vehicle fully engulfed in flames in the ditch on Indian Line in the former Townsend Township.Police attended the car owner’s home in Jarvis, who told police the vehicle had been stolen.The OPP are continuing to investigate and are seeking the public’s assistance.Tractor trailer and SUV collideOn Friday afternoon a transport truck and SUV collided near Tillsonburg.Police say the collision occurred when the transport was travelling on Highway 3 and an SUV was preparing to turn onto the highway.Police charged the 53-year-old woman of London, Ontario, with failure to yield to traffic on through highway, contrary to section 136 (1)(b) of the Highway Traffic Act.No injuries were reported by either driver or a 23-year-old male passenger in the SUV.

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