A Barrie man perhaps got more attention from local police than he originally intended.
Thursday morning, around 8:20, a 46-year-old male arrived at the Barrie Police Service downtown station wishing to speak with officers. He told them, police say, that he was involved in a domestic argument with his wife the night before, which had not been reported to police, and wanted to get advice.
Officers accompanied the male back to his residence located on Dunlop Street to speak with the other involved party and investigate further. While at his residence, the male told officers he had damaged jointly-owned property, and in the presence of officers, the male threatened to kill his wife.
He was subsequently arrested for domestic mischief and uttering threats to cause death. He was transported to the station in order to be held pending a bail hearing.
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RIDE check stops 560 vehicles
During a RIDE spot check Thursday night, police stopped 560 cars, handing out one three-day suspension was issued to one motorist.
Drivers are reminded to arrange for alternatives ways home than driving if they are drinking this during the holiday season. Please do not drink and drive.
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