- 27 grams of fentanyl
- 38 grams of methamphetamine
- 65 grams of cannabis
Image: Drugs and Cash Seized from Investigation
Over the Thanksgiving Long Weekend (October 9 – 12, 2020) Brantford Police Service Traffic Unit focused on ‘Operation Impact,’ a national public awareness campaign aimed at improving road safety.
A total of 90 road safety charges were issued:
- Suspensions – Screening Device- 1
- Impaired / Over 80 Alcohol Charges – 4
- Impaired by Drug Charges – 4
- Speeding – 57
- Other Infractions (Failure to stop at a stop sign, Disobey Traffic Light, etc) – 24
Brantford Police Service would like to remind drivers to obey the rules of the road at all times. BPS Traffic Unit continues to enforce traffic laws to ensure public safety.
October 7, 2020
As we approach the Thanksgiving long weekend, Brantford Police want to remind everyone to drive safely. This Friday marks the beginning of Operation Impact 2020, a national public awareness campaign aimed at making Canada's roads the safest in the world. By promoting safe driving behaviours, we hope to help prevent collisions, save lives, and reduce injuries on our roads.
From October 9th to 12th, 2020, police across the country will be focused on behaviours that put drivers, passengers and other road users at risk: impaired driving due to alcohol, drugs or fatigue, as well as aggressive driving, distracted driving, and driving without a seat belt.
Most collisions are not ‘accidents’, they are generally the direct result of a conscious decision an individual driver has made. This is why this year’s campaign theme is "Safety doesn’t happen by accident!” It emphasizes the accountability and the role each driver has to play to support traffic safety on the streets and highways in their community.
Motor vehicle collisions kill about 2,000 Canadians, seriously injure another 10,000 people and injure about 165,000 citizens in this country each year.
It is not a coincidence that the timing of this campaign to achieve safer streets and highways takes place during this long weekend. With people travelling, collisions are more frequent.
For further information, please contact:
Brantford Police Service
519-756-7050 x. 2228
Operation Impact is organized by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, under the leadership of the CACP Traffic Safety Committee, in support of Canada’s Road Safety Strategy 2025.
"Public Safety in Partnership with our Community”
Incident # 20-29892
Following an anthropologic examination conducted with the assistance of the Coroner’s Office, it has been determined that the suspected human remains which were discovered August 5, 2020 in the area of Glenwood Drive are not modern and do not have any forensic value.
The investigation into the source of the remains has been transferred to the Registrar of Burial Sites, War Graves, Abandoned Cemeteries and Cemetery Closure.
Further details will be released as received.
Members of the Brantford Police Service Major Crime Section and the Office of the Chief Coroner are investigating the discovery of suspected human remains located in the area of Glenwood Drive on August 5, 2020.
Please be advised there will be a police presence in the area as officers conduct the investigation. Members of the general public are asked to avoid the area.
A postmortem coroner’s examination is to be scheduled. Until this examination has been completed, Brantford Police Service is unable to provide further information regarding the identification of the remains. As the investigation is in the very early stages, additional information will be released as it becomes available.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Brantford Police Service at (519) 756-7050 or Brantford-Brant Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Information can also be submitted anonymously online at https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID251
Incident # 20- 39513
On Thursday, October 8, 2020, at approximately 5:45 pm, members of the Brantford Police Service conducted a traffic stop in the area of Colborne Street and Rawdon Street.
During the investigation, it was revealed that the license plate affixed to the vehicle was registered to a different vehicle and did not belong to the driver. The driver was also operating the vehicle without registration and insurance.
Upon further investigation, Officers observed a significant quantity of cannabis readily available to the driver, which is in violation of the Cannabis Control Act. A large quantity of suspected cocaine along with drug paraphernalia was also located within the vehicle.
- 80.5 grams (approx.) of Cannabis, with an estimated street value of $800
- 538 grams (approx.) of suspected Cocaine, with an estimated street value of $53,890
- Multiple drug paraphernalia; including a small digital scale and cutting agents used in illicit drugs
- Possession for the Purposes of Trafficking, contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act,
- Possession of Stolen Property – Under $5,000, under the Criminal Code,
- Drive Vehicle with Cannabis Readily Available, under the Cannabis Control Act,
- Possession over 30 grams of Dried Cannabis, under the Cannabis Control Act,
- Use of Plate – Not Authorized under the Highway Traffic Act,
- Failure to Apply for Permit on Becoming Owner, under the Highway Traffic Act, and
- Owner Operate Motor Vehicle – No Insurance, under the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act
Image: Photo of suspected cocaine as evidence
- 20 grams (approx.) of suspected Crack Cocaine
- 30 grams (approx.) of suspected Crystal Methamphetamine
- 9.7 grams (approx.) of suspected Fentanyl
- A quantity of Canadian currency
Image: Photo of drugs and cash
- Shellard Lane between Diana Ave and Flanders Drive
- Fairview Drive at North Park Street
- Brant Ave near Ava Road
- Colborne Street at Kiwanis Way
- Bell Lane and Mount Pleasant Street
- Blackburn Drive and Veteran’s Memorial Parkway
- Colborne Street and Iroquois Street
- Fairview Drive and West Street
- King George Road at Kent Drive
- Oak Park Road and Hardy Road