Sault Ste Marie – Daily Crime Report March 4 2013

Sault Ste. Marie Crime Report

Sault Ste. Marie Crime ReportSAULT STE MARIE – Crime – Sault Ste Marie Police responded to an alarm at a business on Bruce Street just before midnight last night. The front door glass had been smashed out and it was unclear whether or not a break in had taken place. The Canine unit was called out and after a short search it was determined that no break in had occurred.

Sault Ste Marie Police Report

A garage was entered in the 200 block of Pim Street between 7pm and 8:30pm last night. It appears that entry was gained through unlocked doors and was discovered by the homeowner when he went out to lock the doors for the night. The homeowner noticed several items scattered about his driveway and advised Police something or someone may have scared off the would be thieves as nothing else was reported stolen.

City Police arrested 40 year old Patrick John Wayne Martin of 690 Pine Street #5 on the 3rd of March. It is alleged Mr. Martin had been drinking and was causing noise earlier in the day which resulted in him receiving a noise by-law citation and a caution from the Police to keep the noise down. Police also were able to determine that they had attended to Mr. Martin’s residence 14 times over the past few months for similar complaints. When they were called back once again for excessive noise officers charged Mr. Martin with Mischief in relation to preventing other tenants the lawful use and enjoyment of their property. He will be appearing in Provincial Court on April 8th.

A 43 year old female was arrested early Monday morning in a domestic related incident. It is alleged that she and her common – law partner were arguing when she slapped him and then pulled a large kitchen knife out and began waving it at him. She was charged with assault and assault with a weapon and will be appearing in Bail Court later this morning.

If you have any information regarding these crimes, or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers at 705-942-7867 or 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), submit an e-tip from the Crime Stoppers’ website at or text keyword SSM with your tip to 274637. Text STOP to 274637 to cancel. Text HELP to 274637 for help.

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