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Male and female sought after two-vehicle crash

 

 

The Amherstburg Police Service is on the lookout for a male and a female after both allegedly fled the scene of an accident Friday afternoon.

Amherstburg police states that around 4:50 p.m. Friday, officers responded to a two-vehicle collision at County Road 9 (Howard Ave.) and County Road 10 (Middle Side Road). A gray 2000 Pontiac Grand Am was southbound and struck an eastbound white 2016 Jeep Cherokee, police state.

Following the collision, police say that a male and a female were observed fleeing from the scene towards Fox Glen Golf Course. They were then picked up by a newer four-door charcoal gray Ford Fusion which then headed northbound on Howard Ave. towards Windsor.

The male is described as white, mid to late 20’s, thin build, clean shaven, blonde brush cut, with tattoos on his neck, wearing black clothing. The female is described as white, mid 20’s, approximately 5’5″, medium build, with medium length reddish brown curly hair wearing black clothing.

The driver of the Jeep was transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Anyone with information about the collision or the male and female occupants of the Grand Am is asked to contact police at 519-736-3622 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8744 (TIPS).

Amherstburg police investigating fatal crash

 

The Amherstburg Police Service are investigating a two-vehicle collision at a rural intersection that has resulted in a fatality.

The Thursday morning collision closed the intersection of Alma St. and Howard Ave. and Amherstburg police reported early Thursday afternoon that one person died as a result of the crash. Police say the collision occurred around 7:50 a.m. between a 2014 black Honda Civic that was eastbound on Alma St. and a 2013 black Mazda 3 that was northbound on Howard Ave.

Amherstburg police say that a 58-year-old Harrow woman, who was driving the Mazda 3, was pronounced deceased at the scene. Police have not released a name.

The driver of the Honda Civic was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries, police add.

The Amherstburg Fire Department and Essex-Windsor EMS also attended the scene. A hydro pole was knocked down as a result of the collision, the fire department stated via its Twitter account.

The road was closed for several hours but has since re-opened. Amherstburg police say the investigation is continuing and charges are pending.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Amherstburg police at 519-736-3622 or Crime Stoppers at 519-258-TIPS (8477).

Sunday evening crash in McGregor still being investigated by police

 

The Amherstburg Police Service is investigating an crash near Mill St. in McGregor which seriously injured a 37-year-old Amherstburg man.

Amherstburg police say they got the call around 6:55 p.m. Sunday about the accident, which police add involved a dune buggy. As the matter is still under investigation, details are few but police stated Monday morning the man had to undergo surgery for his injuries.

There was no update as of mid-day Tuesday.

The Amherstburg Fire Department and Essex-Windsor EMS also attended the scene.

Thefts   Amherstburg police say documents were taken from an unlocked vehicle parked on Hyde Park Cr. with the theft reported to police last Thursday afternoon.

*A vehicle was entered in the 200 block of King St. and medication was stolen, police say. The matter was reported to police Sunday.

*A sign was taken from a private beach off of Woodland Lane, police add. That was reported around 1:50 p.m. Wednesday but is believed to have occurred over the previous night.

*Items were taken from a delivery truck parked at a business in the 1500 block of Front Road North last Wednesday. It was reported to police around 10:50 a.m. There are no witnesses or suspects at the present time.

Anyone with information on these thefts is asked to contact Amherstburg police at 519-736-3622 or Crime Stoppers at 519-258-TIPS (8477).

 

Scammers   Amherstburg police report that people alleging to be from Canada Revenue Service are contacting people again. Police posted on their Twitter site that “Canada Revenue scammers are at it again. Do not respond to their phone calls or emails. Do not give out personal information.”

 

Stats   There were 67 traffic-related offenses the week of Sept. 4-11. There were ten 911 hangup calls that week and four alarm calls.

 

-All information courtesy of the Amherstburg Police Service

Teen dies due to injuries from Feb. 13 crash

 

A 16-year-old passenger that was in a single-vehicle rollover on Concession 4 North Feb. 13 has succumbed to his injuries.

Amherstburg police say the youth had been transferred to Detroit for treatment but has died of his injuries. Police couldn’t confirm his name but social media tributes have identified the victim at 16-year-old Nick Dyer of LaSalle. He died Sunday.

A 16-year-old youth, identified through social media tributes as Nick Dyer of LaSalle, died Mar. 12 as a result of his injuries from this Feb. 13 crash on Concession 4 North.

A 16-year-old youth, identified through social media tributes as Nick Dyer of LaSalle, died Mar. 12 as a result of his injuries from this Feb. 13 crash on Concession 4 North.

The four occupants escaped from the vehicle prior to the vehicle catching fire.

Amherstburg police state the investigation is ongoing into the crash.

No charges in County Road 20 crash

 

A Pontiac Montana van went into a ditch Thursday morning but Amherstburg police say there will be no charges. A Harrow man was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

A Pontiac Montana van went into a ditch Thursday morning but Amherstburg police say there will be no charges. A Harrow man was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. (Amherstburg Fire Department photo)

 

Amherstburg police say there will no charges after a single-vehicle rollover on Howard Ave. Thursday morning.

A 56-year-old Harrow man was transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries as a result of the accident. Police say the driver was coming around the curve near Howard Ave., hit the shoulder and over-corrected the vehicle when trying to stay on the road.

The vehicle, a 2008 Pontiac Montana, ended up on its roof in a ditch. Amherstburg fire and Essex-Windsor EMS also attended the scene.

The driver was the lone occupant of the vehicle, police add.