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Don't say we didn't warn you

Don't say we didn't warn you

Accused compulsive caller uses police station restroom. Charges ensue

Accused compulsive caller uses police station restroom. Charges ensue

A man accused of mischief for allegedly calling 911 more than 60 times in 9 days stands accused of continuing to call after his first arrest

Thursday, December 1, 2016

City police officers were dispatched to a single vehicle rollover in the evening of November 30 on Fourth Line East. Investigation led officers to arrest and charge 29-year-old Aaron Welter
Dude accused of calling 9-1-1 more than 500 times for no good reason

Dude accused of calling 9-1-1 more than 500 times for no good reason

Police say there were upwards of 60 calls this month alone
Driver fails breath test, charges follow

Driver fails breath test, charges follow

She'll be in court January 9
Police ask for help finding missing teen

Police ask for help finding missing teen

13-year-old was last seen November 24. He's slim, with long purple hair
Traffic stop results in charges of breach of probation, possession of stolen property

Traffic stop results in charges of breach of probation, possession of stolen property

A check on the accused revealed he was wanted on three outstanding arrest warrants
Arrest made in alleged Walmart theft

Arrest made in alleged Walmart theft

The accused was on a probation order not to be at Walmart at the time of the offence
Stolen property, license plate recovered

Stolen property, license plate recovered

The accused was also on probation at the time of the offence with the condition that he keep the peace and be of good behavior. 
49-year-old allegedly attended arena. Twice

49-year-old allegedly attended arena. Twice

Arrested and charged with violating court order to not be near children