News & Announcements

Construction trailer stolen from Westminster Lane

Your Orangeville Police Service is investigating the theft of a construction trailer that was parked behind 207 Broadway just off of Westminster Lane last weekend. On Monday, April 22, 2019, police received a report of the theft of a sixteen foot construction dump trailer. The trailer was parked just off of Westminster Lane, behind 207…

Traffic stops result in Impaired Driving charges

Your Orangeville Police Service has arrested and charged two women with impaired driving in separate traffic stops over the Easter weekend. On Good Friday, April 19, 2019, at approximately 4:35 p.m., an Orangeville Police officer was conducting traffic enforcement at Sherbourne Street and Fourth Avenue. The officer observed a blue Pontiac with an expired licence…

Alliston woman charged with stunt driving

Your Orangeville Police Service has charged a 37-year-old Alliston woman after she was clocked travelling 70 km/h over the posted speed limit on Veteran’s Way Wednesday evening. On Wednesday, April 17, 2019, an Orangeville police officer was conducting traffic enforcement on Veteran’s Way. This area is a posted 60 km/h zone and police receive many…

Police educate local businesses regarding cannabis sales

Your Orangeville Police Service has visited local businesses to educate property and business owners regarding their responsibilities under federal and provincial cannabis laws. Over the past week, members of the Orangeville Police Service Criminal Investigations Bureau have educated local businesses known to or believed to be selling cannabis-based products such as CBD oils. This action…

Police investigate suspicious person and vehicle

Your Orangeville Police Service is investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle and male, after an incident yesterday evening (Wednesday, April 17) on Amelia Street near Walsh Crescent. On Wednesday, April 17, between 6:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m., a 14-year-old female was walking on the west side of Amelia Street from Walsh Crescent northbound towards…

Police aim to raise another $10,000 with 2019 Cops For Cancer event

Your Orangeville Police Service is once again looking to the community to support their 2019 Cops For Cancer fundraising initiative. Members of the Orangeville Police Service, along with colleagues from other area emergency services, are joining together to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. The 2019 Cops For Cancer event will feature participants shaving…

Large Quantity of Illicit Drugs Seized

Your Orangeville Police Service is committed to community and public security especially when community safety is compromised by drug dealing and disorder. On Monday, April 8, 2019 members of the Orangeville Police Service were in the area of Amanda Street and Townline in response to complaints of drug dealing. As a result of officer observations,…

Police deliver 1,252 pounds of food to Food Bank

Your Orangeville Police Service delivered 1,252 pounds of food to the Orangeville Food Bank Wednesday morning. Officers delivered the food which included pasta, sauces and juices to the Orangeville Food Bank from a community partner arranged by the Police Service. “We recognize the need to help the Orangeville Food Bank year round and not just…

Police investigate fail to remain collision

Your Orangeville Police Service is investigating a fail to remain collision that occurred Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Broadway and Blind Line. On Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at approximately 5:40 p.m., police received a call to attend a motor vehicle collision involving two vehicles at the intersection of Broadway and Blind Line. A silver…

Police investigate break and enter at local jewellery store

Your Orangeville Police Service is currently investigating a break and enter that occurred early Wednesday morning at a jewellery store on Broadway near Mill Street. On Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at approximately 5:40 a.m., police received a call to attend Korsten Jewellers, located at 163 Broadway, regarding an intrusion alarm at the business. Police attended…