Woman, 82, charged with impaired

Police charged an 82-year-old Barrie woman with impaired driving after she was refused service at an LCBO outlet, Thursday.
Staff called police after refusing to serve the woman, suspecting she was intoxicated. When the female refused to hand over her keys and drove out of the parking lot, police were given her particulars.
She and her vehicle were located on Bayfield Street. After investigation, the woman, who did not have a licence, was arrested and taken to the police station for a breath test.
Samples of her breath revealed that she had twice the legal limit of alcohol in her system and she was charged with impaired driving and released with a future court date.

In other police news:


A pizza delivery person was approached by a female near the intersection of Dunlop and Maple Streets last evening.
The female demanded money from the victim and indicated she had a firearm in her possession. The female was last reported leaving the scene in a silver, chevrolet four-door car, with an unconfirmed licence plate of “CHERYL” or something similar.
A second incident was reported a short time later in the same vicinity where the female suspect approached a female victim on foot, indicated she had a firearm and grabbed the victim’s purse. A scuffle ensued and the suspect sustained an injury to her ear. Suspect described as follows (for both incidents):
White female, aged 40-50 years, shoulder length blond hair, dark jeans, black knee length coat, black gloves. Anyone with information can contact Crimestoppers or the Barrie Police.


Police were contacted by ambulance to attend with them to a residence on Innisfil Street to a reported stabbing.
Upon arrival it was discovered that a 40-year-old male had been stabbed several times during an altercation with the 37-year-old boyfriend of his daughter, police report. Numerous family members were on scene and witnessed the altercation. The suspect fled the area on foot. Members of the Tactical Support Unit and K9 tracked and arrested the suspect a short distance away.
The victim was transported to RVH with non-life threatening injuries. The suspect was held for a bail hearing.

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