Stabbing Tops Calls for Dryden Police

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Dryden Police Headquarters
Dryden Police Headquarters
Dryden Police Headquarters
Dryden Police Headquarters

DRYDEN – The Dryden Police report a busy week.  The most serious incident was a stabbing in North Dryden on

DR17004806 – As a result of a traffic stop conducted by the Dryden police service on September 27th at approximately 11:00pm on Highway 17, a 23 year old male in the company of a group of youth all under the age of 19 were charged with Driving a Motor Vehicle having Liquor Readily Available under the Liquor License Act, and Causing Unnecessary Noise under the Highway Traffic Act. A 17-year-old female was charged with Failing to Comply with Conditions of an Undertaking and Resist Arrest under the Criminal Code.

DR17004815 – Dryden Police are investigating a break and enter to a garage located on First Street where someone entered a garage and damaged vehicles parked inside the garage. If you have any information regarding this crime please call Crimestoppers or the Dryden police service

DR17004823 -On September 23, 2017, police responded to a 911 call to a residence in North Dryden for an unknown disturbance. When Police arrived they found that a 32-year-old male had been stabbed multiple times. Police immediately arrested a 20-year-old male who was still present at the scene. Dryden Police Service has charged a 20-year-old male with Aggravated Assaulted, Uttering Threats to Cause Death, and 2 counts of failing to comply with conditions of court orders. The male remains in custody pending a bail hearing. The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries.

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