Dave Nikolai is “Black on Top” after posting $500 to “smooth” out a release plan. He has helped us “pave” away for future rewards . Thanks Dave!
Sarnia Police Criminal Investigations Branch is currently investigating an incident of suspected animal abuse. This cruel incident occurred near the area of Confederation Street and Trudeau Drive on September 7, 2021.
Two male suspects need to be identified and located and the information you provide to Crime Stoppers could help the investigators solve this incident and possibly get you a reward. If you recognize these individuals, please contact us.
Animals are voiceless and there is Provincial and Federal Legislation that help afford animals protection from abuse. Do the right thing and contact Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or go on line and submit your tip at www.p3tips.com. You do not need to identify yourself as Crime Stoppers is a completely anonymous program.
Franco ”Fast Fingers” Savo of Lambton Metal “fabricated” quite the story as he attempted to “coat” is way to freedom. $500 cash was part of his “structured” release plan. You got a “steel”of a deal Franco and are good to go!
LOOKING FOR OWNER OF URN AND ASHES
On Saturday, September 11, 2021,around 10:30 AM, Sarnia Police were dispatched to the 1000 block of Confederation Street. The business owner at this location found an unusual item on the property. It was turned over to the police.
A local funeral home was contacted and with their help the item found was confirmed to be an urn containing the ashes of someone’s loved one. A picture is attached, hoping that someone can identify it and it can be returned to the owner. The urn is black with a multi coloured flower design on one side and trimmed in gold. There is a Japanese symbol stamped in red on the bottom of the urn.
Where and how it was stolen remains a mystery at this time.
If you can help to identify the owner of this precious item, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or go on line to report your tip at www.p3tips.com. You will not have to identify yourself and you could be eligible for a cash reward.
Do the right thing here and call!
Doug “Slippy” aka “Scrapper” Slipacoff of Trijan Industries was in a bit of a “scrap” so he had to quickly find $500 to “recycle” his way to freedom. Don’t “demolish” the release plan Doug! You are worth your “weight” in Crime Stoppers gold!
Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers 34th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Winning Ticket Numbers
50/50 Winning Tickets
|Prize #||Prize||Winning Ticket Number|
|Second||Nutri Ninja (900 watts)||672468 (blue)|
|Third||Casino Package||673542 (blue)|
|Fourth||Men’s Crime Stoppers Sweatshirt (and a hat)||673012 (blue)|
|Fifth||Men’s Crime Stoppers Sweatshirt (and a hat)||672834 (blue)|
|Sixth||Ladies Crime Stoppers Sweatshirt Golf Towel||672537 (blue)|
Raffle/Draw Prizes – Winning Tickets
|Item||Donor||Value||Winning Ticket Number|
|Lawnmower||Lowe’s – Sarnia||$950.00||603827 (yellow)|
|Power Washer & Gas Trimmer||Can. Tire & Podolinski’s||$800.00||603928 (yellow)|
|Weber Gas BBQ||Home Depot – Sarnia||$600.00||603552 (yellow)|
|A1 Security Alarm System||A1 Security – Sarnia||$1,500.00||604058 (yellow)|
Thank you everyone for your support, sponsorship, participation and of course for your patience as we adapt our Annual Golf Tournament format during these pandemic times. We hope we were successful in bringing you a fun filled day on the golf course with friends and fellow Crime Stoppers supporters.
IF YOU HAVE ONE OF THE WINNING TICKETS SHOWN ABOVE, PLEASE EMAIL US AT: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will arrange to have your prize available for pickup or drop off during the week of September 13th.
See you next year!!
Sylvie “Moving the Iron” Blanchard knows how to “sell” herself for and “auto”matic release after she made a $500 “cash deal” for release so she could return to her Lynmar Auto Sales position. She now has a new “lease” on life! We know you really “car”e Sylvie! Thank you!
Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers is reminding listeners and followers to take ‘Back to School Safety’ seriously. We sometimes need to be reminded that we all have a responsibility to keep our students safe – whether it’s on the street, in the school or even at home during online learning.
Drivers are reminded to slow down and stay off mobile devices while driving. There will be many more kids and students walking and riding bikes on our streets beginning next week. Leave yourself lots of time to get where you’re going and be aware of school zones.
Students are reminded to stay alert while walking or cycling and they too should put away their devices when they should be paying attention to traffic and other hazards. Listening to music instead of traffic can put you in grave danger.
Parents are reminded that online safety is a major concern for students who are learning online at home. It’s so easy to click on the wrong link or give out personal information to the wrong person or website. Make sure your ‘at home students’ are aware of unseen online dangers.
Stay safe folks!!