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Posted on June 23rd, 2017 | Posted in News

Jail and Bail

Posted on May 23rd, 2017 | Posted in Jail and Bail 2017News

Ross “Rosee” Tius is our last posted jailbird for our upcoming Jail and Bail this Thursday morning! Ross is the leader in Local 663, for many, many, many, years! Ross is charged with “Expressing himself too freely”, Ross is known to always put the members first and listen intently to them. He is always available to help them however he can, and is an extremely loyal member of the U.A.

Please keep an eye on our Facebook page on Thursday morning for live broadcasting of our Jail and Bail hearings!

Sarnia Lions Club Helps Crime Stoppers

Posted on February 16th, 2017 | Posted in News

The Board of Directors of Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers is very grateful for assistance from the Sarnia Lions Club. The Sarnia Lions Club recently donated $500.00 to assist The Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers program. Since its inception in 1986 Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers has been able to assist law enforcement agencies with the assistance of the community and local media. Donation and support such as this ensures that Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers can continue to help make Sarnia Lambton a safe place to live. Thanks to the members of the Sarnia Lions Club.

Family Day Chuck A Puck

Posted on February 6th, 2017 | Posted in News

Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers will be hosting Chuck – A – Puck on Family Day at the Progressive Auto Centre when Sarnia Sting take on the Saginaw Spirit Monday February 20, 2017 at 2:05 p.m.

Tickets prices – Adult $15 includes $5 worth of pucks -Youth $6


1) Sony MDR-1A Bluetooth Stereo Headphones

2) Golf for 4 (walking) at Sawmill Creek

3) His n’ Her Haircuts at the Wood’s Hair Salon

4) Autographed Hockey Stick from the Sarnia Sting

5) $100 gift card from Lambton Mall

6) $100 gift certificate from Sharkey’s

7) Golf for 2 (walking) at Indian Hills

Approx. total prize value is $1000.

Ticket sales locations

Tuesday, Feb. 7 9am to 12pm No Frills Grocery Store, Indian & Exmouth, Sarnia

Thursday, Feb. 9 9am to 12pm No Frills Grocery Store, Indian & Exmouth, Sarnia

Saturday, Feb. 11 10am to 2pm Lambton Mall in front of David’s Tea

Tuesday, Feb. 14 9am to 12pm Foodland Grocery Store, Brights Grove

Thursday, Feb 16 9 am to 12pm No Frills Grocery Store, Corunna

Saturday, Feb 18 10am to 3pm Lambton Mall in front of David’s Tea

Mon Feb 20 is the Game. Game time is 2pm and everyone should be there by 12:45 pm

Fraud Seminars

Posted on January 19th, 2017 | Posted in News



Resources for the information presented at these Seminars include: The Bank of Canada, RCMP, other Police Services, major credit card companies, The Ontario Securities Commission and other trusted contributors. Each Seminar is designed to last about one hour, but can be shortened.

Typically, these Seminars are presented to seniors’ groups, church groups, service clubs, condo complexes, etc. but are not restricted to only those groups.

For more information, or to book a Seminar, call:

John Baragar at 519-908-9262 or

Seasonal Safety Tips

Posted on November 30th, 2016 | Posted in News



Some of us have already started Holiday shopping, but here are a few tips to keep you safe out there!

Online Shopping

It’s wise to do some research on a website before you purchase something and hand over your credit card information.

  • log on to the company website yourself – do not enter through an emailed link
  • check the Better Business Bureau to see if they have had any complaints about the company
  • look for a padlock icon in the upper right corner of any page asking for your credit card information to indicate it is secure

Shopping in Person

  • try not to take your eyes off your debit or credit card when someone else is handling it
  • make sure store employees only swipe your card once
  • keep watch of your personal belongings at all times – don’t leave your purse unattended
  • if you must store your purchases in your car, make sure they’re in the trunk and that your trunk opener inside your car is deactivated


Whether you’re a guest or a host, you need to have a plan to prevent drinking and driving. Remember that it’s not always easy to tell if someone is over the legal limit to safely drive and that time is the only thing that can sober someone up.

  • determine who the designated drivers in your group will be or have a plan to take public transit or taxis ahead of time
  • as a host, consider limiting your own drinking so you can be more aware of how much your guests are drinking
  • if you believe one of your friends is too drunk to drive, ask them for their keys and call them a cab; alternatively, you can stay with them until they are sober or offer them a spare bed for the night
  • if you are unable to stop someone who shouldn’t be driving, you will need to call the police – it may be difficult to do when it’s a friend, but the potential for serious or deadly harm to your friend and others is a very real possibility if they get behind the wheel

Decking the Halls

  • if your Christmas tree is visible from the outside, consider not placing gifts under the tree until the last minute
  • if you have pets, they may be attracted to ribbons and parcels and they could pose a choking hazard
  • once the presents have been unwrapped, consider taking boxes for things such as computers, electronics and televisions straight to recycling yourself – no need to alert a thief what new toys Santa brought you by leaving the boxes outside your home

Going Away?

If your holiday plans include travel elsewhere, you will want to take steps to protect your home and its belongings while you are away.

  • have a friend or neighbour visit your home often to check on things
  • invest in a timer for your lights
  • cancel your newspaper and arrange for your mail to be brought inside every day
  • you may be excited about your big trip, but it’s not wise to advertise your plans in social media, such as Facebook and Twitter

Fire Safety

Lastly, holiday safety tips wouldn’t be complete without some fire prevention advice.

  • If you have a fresh-cut Christmas tree, make sure to water it regularly to help it retain it’s moisture; if you purchase an artificial tree, make sure that it is fire retardant
  • be cautious on a ladder when installing and removing your Christmas lights and inspect your lights for excessive wear before you install them; if you have any doubt about the age and safety of your strand of lights, it’s probably time to get new ones – be power smart and purchase energy efficient LED lights
  • use only approved CSA and UL tested extension cords and power bars for all your electrical needs
  • keep all flammable items at least three feet from your space heaters and ensure your heaters are CSA or UL approved
  • kitchen fires are a major concern at this time of year; don’t leave pots unattended on the stove and be extremely cautious when cooking with oil
  • have and learn how to use a fire extinguisher
  • keep candles away from combustible materials and never use lighted candles on or near a Christmas tree; don’t ever leave your home or go to bed with candles burning
  • working smoke alarms save lives; press the test button on your smoke alarm once a month to ensure it is working and don’t forget to change the battery once a year – if your smoke alarm is more than ten years old, it’s time to change it
  • remember, smoke from a fire can hurt or kill you long before the flames ever get near you, so make a point of sleeping with your bedroom door closed

Chuck A Puck Prize List

Posted on October 6th, 2016 | Posted in News

The prize list for the October 14th 2016 Chuck A Puck Event has been finalized.

1st) Scenic Airplane tour of Sarnia & Lambton County from Huron Aviation

2nd) 18 holes of golf for a foursome from Sawmill Creek Golf Resort & Spa

3rd) 2016-2017 team signed Sarnia Sting jersey

4th) 4 tickets to an upcoming Sarnia Sting Game from Sarnia Sting

5th) Sweatshirt & 4 regular sized pizzas from Boston Pizza

6th) 2 Food Vouchers for “The Getaway” restaurant at the Point Edward Casino

The Sting will be playing the Barrie Colts.

Tickets: Adult $15 (includes $5 worth of pucks

Youth $7 (under 12)

Crime Stoppers’ Prize Board for Chuck-a-Puck Sting game Nov 14th 2015

Posted on November 13th, 2015 | Posted in News

Crime Stoppers’ Chuck-a-Puck prize board looks good for the Sting game tomorrow night against the Guelph Storm, Nov 14, 2015.

Damar home security package includes supply, installation and one year of monitoring.

An official Sarnia Sting team signed jersey

Huron Oaks “Golf and Dine” 18 holes and a $25 gift certificate for the restaurant

Four (4) Sarnia Sting game tickets

DC Comics Visual History book donated by Bill and Donna Taylor of Sarnia

From Moffat and Powell Lumber in Watford a $25 Rona gift card

$25 gift card from Tip Top Tailors located in the Lambton Mall

Remember, you can purchase the pucks but if you can’t attend the game we’ll contact you to let you know if you have won!!


Posted on October 9th, 2015 | Posted in News


The agricultural harvesting season is upon us!  The Lambton Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is urging all motorists to be aware of and be courteous to our community farming members.

This is the time of year when we encounter an increase in the number of farm vehicles on our roadways.  Farmers are required to comply with regulations related to proper lighting, means of attachment, and use of slow moving vehicle signs. As the motoring public we need to slow down, use caution and have patience with the farm tractors and the implements of husbandry.  Regardless of who has the lawful “right of way”; a passenger car vs a farming tractor and a load of wagons will result is disaster!

Here are some tips to keep in mind when sharing the roadway with farm equipment:

  • Recognize slow moving vehicles by the orange triangle and use caution.
  • Realize that farm vehicles travel between 30-40 km/h.  Slow down when you see farm equipment on the road and be prepared to stop.
  • Watch for left turns.  Not all farm vehicles have turn signals – watch for farmer’s signalling a turn using the same hand signals as a bicycle rider.
  • Be aware that farmers with long or broad equipment sometimes need to make a wide turn.  If a tractor swings right, be careful, it may be starting a left turn.
  • The farmer may be unable to pull off of the road due to equipment weight or shoulder issues.  If you must pass, wait for the safest opportunity to do so.
  • Leave a wide berth when passing.  Some farm equipment takes up more than one lane and some farming equipment may have structural parts protruding that can be hard to see.
  • When finished passing, don’t stop or slow down in front of the farm vehicle because large equipment can’t brake as quickly as a car.

Please be courteous with farm vehicle operators and treat them as you would any other vehicle on the roadway.

Last Long-Weekend of the Summer

Posted on September 4th, 2015 | Posted in Crimes of the WeekNews

In Sarnia during this last long-weekend of the summer we have First Friday today, a Labour Day parade on Monday and the Festival of Good Things in between. Should be a good weekend for everyone with plenty to do.

If you are driving this long-weekend then please focus on being the driver: No booze. No distractions. Ease up on the accelerator. Make sure everyone is properly seat-belted. Do what you can to avoid being part of the problem on the roadways and make sure you are not part of the negative long-weekend statistics that we often read about.

As usual, if you see anything happening that requires an emergency response from Police, Fire, or Paramedics then please use 911 to help out. If you know something about a crime that has been committed, please use the anonymity of Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers and give us a call at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or use WebTip or Mobile Tip (check out our web site “Tip Submit” tab)

Please don’t leave tip information on our Twitter account @lambtoncrime and please don’t leave tip information on our FaceBook account Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers.

Have a great loooooong weekend 🙂