Dryden Police Crime Update

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Regional Crime ReportDRYDEN – Dryden Police arrested twenty-six-year-old Brent Fontaine early Saturday morning as a result of a disturbance call. Fontaine was found to be in contravention of conditions stemming from charges in Winnipeg, as well as the subject of a warrant. He was held for a bail hearing on Saturday morning and transferred to the Kenora District Jail.

On Sunday morning, January 11th, Dryden Police were alerted to a suspected impaired driver. Upon attending the Government Street location, officers arrested 22-year-old Todd Bousfield. He has been charged with drive over 80 mg.

Police are investigating two reports received early Sunday morning of a prowler. The first was on Taylor Street at about 1:30 a.m. when a homeowner was awaked by the sound of someone attempting to enter the residence. Upon getting up to check, no one was around, however there was a jerry can outside the door. Following that, a Colonization Avenue resident reported seeing a female on his deck during the early hours of Sunday morning and later found that a vehicle on the property had been entered.

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