News & Announcements

Public reminded that damaging election signs is illegal

The Orangeville Police Service is once again reminding residents that damaging or removing election signs can lead to charges under the criminal code. There has already been evidence of damage to election signs throughout the community. Police remind residents that these acts are criminal offences and if caught the perpetrators will be held accountable. The…

Police seek help from public to locate female

The Orangeville Police Service is asking for help from the public to locate a 15-year-old female who left her Orangeville residence late Wednesday night (August 15) or early Thursday morning (August 16). Jade Parsons, 15, left her Orangeville residence sometime late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Parents and police have made several attempts to…

Convenience store clerk reports suspected impaired driver

Your Orangeville Police Service has arrested and charged a 34-year-old Orangeville man with Impaired Driving after police were contacted by a convenience store employee who suspected that a customer was driving intoxicated early Friday morning. On Friday, August 17, 2018, at approximately 3:00 a.m., police received a call from an employee of a Broadway convenience…

St. Thomas man receives Chief’s Award for life saving efforts

The Orangeville Police Service and Police Services Board presented a St. Thomas man with the Chief’s Award Certificate to recognize his efforts in helping save the life of a local man who was in medical distress at an Orangeville restaurant. On Monday, April 16, 2018, at approximately 9:40 pm, the Orangeville Police Service was called…

Police dispel rumours of alleged luring incident

The Orangeville Police Service has concluded their investigation into an alleged luring incident on Saturday, August 4th at a Century Drive sports field. On Sunday, August 5th, the Orangeville Police Service received a report that two teen aged girls had walked a 5-year-old girl away from the playground area of the sports field on Century…

Police exercise caution with disposal of explosives

The Orangeville Police Service obtained the assistance of the OPP Explosive Disposal Unit to remove a quantity of dynamite that was turned in at the police service Monday evening. On Monday, August 13, 2018, at approximately 5:30 pm, a resident attended the Orangeville Police Service Headquarters, located at 390 C Line, to turn in two…

UPDATE: Robbery suspect located and arrested

The Orangeville Police Service has located and arrested 26-year-old Dylan John Henry Massis. On Wednesday, August 1, a warrant was issued to police for the arrest of Massis in connection to a robbery that occurred early Monday morning at a Townline convenience store. At approximately 9:00 pm, police received information that Massis was at a…

Police obtain arrest warrant for robbery suspect

The Orangeville Police Service has obtained a warrant to arrest an Orangeville man in connection to a convenience store robbery early Monday morning. Dylan John Henry Massis, 26, of Orangeville, is wanted for Robbery with a Weapon and two counts of Breach of Probation. An arrest warrant was issued to police as they continue to…

Couple enters house while owners completing yard work

The Orangeville Police Service is investigating a Break and Enter incident that took place at a Church Street residence Sunday afternoon. On Sunday, July 29, 2018 at approximately 1:45 pm, the complainant and her husband were in the back yard of their Church Street home completing yard work. The complainant attended inside the house to…

Mildmay man arrested for Impaired Driving

The Orangeville Police Service has arrested and charged a Mildmay man with Impaired Driving after a citizen reported an erratic driver early Sunday morning. On Sunday, July 29, 2018 at 12:10 am, Orangeville Police was contacted by a citizen who was following a red Dodge Caravan on Townline. The citizen described the vehicle as operating…