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Joe Ingino

THE BROKEN BLUE MACHINE
The Conservatives will follow Andrew Scheer into the 2019
election, after the young Saskatchewan MP won an upset victory at the party’s leadership convention in Toronto Saturday night. So read the headlines of most newspapers…
Andrew WHO!!!
Really!!! Who is this Andrew Scheer? Who ever heard of him? You got to recognize when you are beaten and left for dead… The Liberal Party in my opinion got it right. During the last Federal election. They had no one in their stable of possible candidates that stood any chance of winning. So what did the Liberals do… revive a dead horse. The Trudeau brand was once again brought to the Canadian political spot light.
The Liberals put their bets on a dead horse written by a pretty boy with no real experience at anything. Just that his last name was Trudeau.
And much like Trump won the U.S. election on name recognition. Trudeau was crowned King of Canada.
A man that lived as the prince of Canada for years in the shadows of his father Pierre Trudeau. A man that revolutionized Canadian politics and gave the Liberal party a point of reference.
A point of reference that made his brand stand out as the champion of the people.
Like really… Who is doing the thinking for the conservatives? Do you really think that this Andrew Scheer has a chance?
Really…. Do you not think that Jagmeet Singh the upcoming NDP candidate could win? With the huge population of South/East and Central Asia population in Canada? Do you not think that this is the trojan horse awaiting on the side lines to truly change the face of Canadian
politics?
Really, nose bleed Andrew who… Poster boy for Wonder Bread is going to take out King Trudeau or stand a chance against the huge East/South Asian population in Canada?
Really… First question.
Who does Andrew appeal to? The conservative party? What party?
The conservative following? Where were they during the last election?
If I was at the helm of the conservative party I would have brought back Preston Manning to resurrect the conservative party. There is a candidate with a solid name and one that truly worked for the betterment of Canadians at large. A man that built a party from grass roots only to be taken out by the conservatives greed. Ernest Preston Manning, PC CC AOE is a conservative Canadian politician. He was the only leader of the Reform Party of Canada, a Canadian federal political party that evolved into the Canadian Alliance.
Sad to see this exceptional candidate not recognized for his true potential and shun out for being a one man show.
Something Canada truly needs. We do not need the NDP to strong arm us into the possible acceptance of Sharia law. We can’t afford to keep spending money we don’t have through the Liberals sponsorship of refugees and foreign aid to save the globe.
Come on people. We need true leadership. We need someone that is not about the party but about the hard working Canadian that struggles to pay his/her bills. To the Canadian that can’t afford the simplest of necessities. To the middle class families that work like modern day slaves to give their children an adequate way of life.
The best the conservatives could come up with is this “YES” man Andrew. Are you kidding me? Maybe Trump is right. The system is broken and the swamp of greed and pathetic politics needs to be exposed. Much as he is doing in the U.S. Go Trump Go. Invade Canada please before we are invaded from within.

Firearm Seized During a Search Warrant in Oshawa

Six people were arrested after a firearm was seized during a firearm investigation in Oshawa.
On Thursday, February 23, 2017, at approximately 10:00 p.m., members of the Gun and Gang Unit with the assistance of the Tactical Support Unit executed a search warrant at an apartment building on Oxford Street in Oshawa as part of an ongoing firearm investigation.
Five adults and one youth were found in an apartment and officers discovered a .22 caliber firearm.
Michael MCRAE, age 18 of Oxford Street in Oshawa; Michael WORMINGTON, age 27 of Oxford Street in Oshawa; Alicia ROBINSON, aged 29 of Oxford Street in Oshawa; Jay GEROUX, age 22 of Wychwood Street in Oshawa; Joshua MCLAUGHLIN, age 19 of Garden Street in Whitby, and a 17-year-old female have been charged with Unauthorized Possession of a firearm; Careless Storage of a Firearm, and numerous other firearm related offences.

Stranded Snowmobilers Spotted by Police Helicopter

Two elderly snowmobilers were rescued by police after becoming stranded in the Ganaraska forest.
On Saturday, February 18, 2017, at approximately 5:34 p.m., East Division officers were dispatched to the Ganaraska forest after receiving a call from a 75-year-old male asking for assistance. The male and his wife were snowmobiling in the forest when their machines became stuck in the snow. The victims weren’t able to relay a location for responding officers. There were concerns for their safety as it was starting to get dark and temperatures were dropping.
Officers and members from Communications/911 were able to get a general GPS co-ordinate. Due to the rough terrain, two officers on snowmobiles and Air1 were deployed.
Air1 located the two parties an hour after the initial call. The helicopter was unable to land due to the rough terrain and darkness, but co-ordinated with ground units to help them find the couple. With assistance of a citizen in the area, both parties were rescued

Two Suspects Wanted Following Armed Street Level Robbery

Police are looking to identify two suspects following an armed street level robbery in Whitby.
On Tuesday January 31, 2017, at approximately 1:30 p.m., officers attended the area of Heda Court and Evans Court in Whitby for reports of a street level robbery that just occurred. A male indicated he attended the area to purchase a cellphone from two parties. When he produced the money, a female suspect grabbed the cash and a male suspect produced a gun. The suspects then fled north toward the Central Park green space. Several units including Tactical Support and K-9 searched the area with negative results. The victim was not physically hurt.
Suspect #1 is described as: male, black with a slim build, in his early 20s, 5’11” tall, 165 lbs with glasses. He was wearing a black hat and shirt, black track pants and black shoes.
Suspect #2 is described as: female black, with a light complexion, in her early 20s, thin build with blond and brown hair in dreadlocks and a nose ring. She was wearing a black jacket, black leggings and black running shoes.

Suspect Attempts to Elude Police

One male was arrested after fleeing from police, shortly after breaking into a residence and stealing a vehicle.
On Thursday February 16, 2017, at approximately 5:03 a.m., officers in West Division responded to a single motor vehicle collision in the area of Westney Rd and Pickering Concession Rd 8, in Pickering. Police located two occupants in the vehicle. Police information revealed that the male occupant was wanted by police. As officers approached to investigate, the male suspect ran from officers into a nearby field. Officers called for additional assistance from K-9 to assist in locating the suspect.
At 05:43 hours, a citizen advised an unknown party had broken into their home on Pickering Concession 8. Numerous officers responded and located the suspect in a stolen vehicle attempting to flee. The suspect was arrested by officers and is facing several charges.
Brian SIMPSON-FRY, age 31, of Oshawa was charged with: Obstruct Police; Possession of Property Obtained by Crime x 2; Theft Under $5000; Possession of Property Obtained by a Crime Over; Theft of Motor Vehicle x2; Break and Enter; Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle; Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was held for a bail hearing.
The female passenger Tee-Jay MACDONALD-DUTTON, age 24, No Fixed Address was charged with: Possession of Property Obtained by a Crime Over.
SIMPSON-FRY has been charged with additional charges in connection with a carjacking incident in the Durham Region.

Two Males Arrested After Vehicle Break-in in Whitby

Two males are facing charges after several vehicles were broken into in Whitby overnight.
On Thursday February 23, 2017, just before 6:00 a.m., officers responded to the area of Melissa Crescent in Whitby. A complainant reported two males were observed attempting to enter into locked vehicles. Two males were located and arrested a short time later.
Investigators have arrested a 19-year-old and a 20-year-old male, both from Ajax. Both suspects are facing numerous break and enter related charges. Further criminal charges are anticipated.

Police Warn Public to Safely Handle Found Medication

A Port Perry man lost a prescription bottle with various prescribed pills and police would like to remind the public of what to do in case they find prescription medication.
On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, just before 2:00 a.m., the victim was in the area of Highway
7A and Simcoe Street, Port Perry when he misplaced a prescription bottle containing several prescription drugs including Percocet, Oxycodone, and Clonazepam.
Police are reminding the public that these medications can be dangerous if taken without advice or consultation from a medical professional. Also be sure to secure your own prescription medication to keep them from being misplaced or stolen.
If located, make sure you leave the container secured and deposit them at the nearest pharmacy or medical facility where prescriptions can be disposed of safely.
Do not ingest any medications or drugs unless they have been specifically prescribed to you by your doctor. Seek medical attention immediately if you have an adverse physical reaction to any ingested substance.

Male Exposes Himself in Port Perry

Police are looking to identify a male who exposed himself to a young female while walking by her in a Port Perry neighborhood.
On Thursday, February 23, 2017, at approximately 7:45 a.m., an 11-year-old female student was walking on the sidewalk on Scugog Street and Old Simcoe Street in Port Perry. The victim observed a male walking towards her. As he neared, he had his pants down and was masturbating. This same male got into a vehicle and drove off. Moments later the same male approached the victim at Old Simcoe road and Walsh Drive and once again exposed himself to her.

The suspect got into a four door vehicle only described as grey in colour. This vehicle left in an unknown direction. Uniform officers checked the area for the suspect with negative results.
The suspect is described as male, white, 30 -40 years old, approximately 6’ tall, heavier build and wearing a green jacket.

earch Continues For Suspects in Pickering Convenience Store Robber

Investigators are now releasing surveillance images of the wanted suspects in connection with a convenience store robbery in Pickering.

On Monday July 11, 2016, at approximately 3:15 p.m., officers from West Division responded to the Smart Food Fair on Pickering Parkway near Brock Road regarding an armed robbery.

Two male suspects entered the store demanding cash and one of the suspects pointed a gun at the clerk. They took a quantity of cash from the register before fleeing on foot. Officers and K-9 searched the area with negative results. The lone clerk was not physically injured during the robbery. Police are also looking for a third suspect who fled with the two males.
Suspect #1 is described as: male, black, in his late teens, with a medium build, grey clothing and white running shoes.

Suspect #2 is described as: male, black with a light complexion, in his late teens, skinny build and mustache. He was wearing a grey hooded shirt and white shoes.
Suspect #3 is described as: male, black in his late teens with a medium build, wearing a white shirt, blue jeans and white running shoes.

Ajax Woman Charged After Attempting to Drown Her Son

Ajax Woman Charged After Attempting to Drown Her Son

 

An Ajax woman is facing several charges, including Attempt Murder after citizens observed her attempting to drown her son near Rotary Park.

 

On Thursday February 9, 2017, at approximately 4 p.m., a citizen observed a woman acting strangely and holding a small child on the railing of a bridge near Rotary Park. The citizen engaged the woman in conversation and walked with her and the child toward the parking lot. The citizen turned back to see the woman had left and was heading toward the beach area.

 

The woman was observed holding the child under the water and a second citizen who was nearby also attended the area. Both citizens brought the child to shore and wrapped him in warm clothing.   Police and EMS attended and the child was taken to hospital. The three-year-old boy was treated and released to the care of his father. The woman was apprehended under the Mental Health Act and was charged upon her release.

 

The names of the two citizens are being put forward for recognition for their assistance in this incident.

 

A 29-year-old woman from Ajax is charged with Attempt Murder; Aggravated Assault; and Fail to Provide the Necessaries of Life. She was held for a bail hearing. Her identity is being withheld to protect the identity of the child.

 

Anyone who was in the area at the time or may have new information about this incident is asked to contact Det. Ahee of the Major Crime Sexual Assualt & Child Abuse Unit at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 5234.

Category Archives: POLICE FILES

Joe Ingino

THE BROKEN BLUE MACHINE The Conservatives will follow Andrew Scheer into the 2019 election, after the young Saskatchewan MP won an upset victory at the party’s leadership convention in Toronto Saturday night. So read the headlines of most newspapers… Andrew WHO!!! Really!!! Who is this Andrew Scheer? Who ever heard of him? You got to…

Firearm Seized During a Search Warrant in Oshawa

Six people were arrested after a firearm was seized during a firearm investigation in Oshawa. On Thursday, February 23, 2017, at approximately 10:00 p.m., members of the Gun and Gang Unit with the assistance of the Tactical Support Unit executed a search warrant at an apartment building on Oxford Street in Oshawa as part of…

Stranded Snowmobilers Spotted by Police Helicopter

Two elderly snowmobilers were rescued by police after becoming stranded in the Ganaraska forest. On Saturday, February 18, 2017, at approximately 5:34 p.m., East Division officers were dispatched to the Ganaraska forest after receiving a call from a 75-year-old male asking for assistance. The male and his wife were snowmobiling in the forest when their…

Two Suspects Wanted Following Armed Street Level Robbery

Police are looking to identify two suspects following an armed street level robbery in Whitby. On Tuesday January 31, 2017, at approximately 1:30 p.m., officers attended the area of Heda Court and Evans Court in Whitby for reports of a street level robbery that just occurred. A male indicated he attended the area to purchase…

Suspect Attempts to Elude Police

One male was arrested after fleeing from police, shortly after breaking into a residence and stealing a vehicle. On Thursday February 16, 2017, at approximately 5:03 a.m., officers in West Division responded to a single motor vehicle collision in the area of Westney Rd and Pickering Concession Rd 8, in Pickering. Police located two occupants…

Two Males Arrested After Vehicle Break-in in Whitby

Two males are facing charges after several vehicles were broken into in Whitby overnight. On Thursday February 23, 2017, just before 6:00 a.m., officers responded to the area of Melissa Crescent in Whitby. A complainant reported two males were observed attempting to enter into locked vehicles. Two males were located and arrested a short time…

Police Warn Public to Safely Handle Found Medication

A Port Perry man lost a prescription bottle with various prescribed pills and police would like to remind the public of what to do in case they find prescription medication. On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, just before 2:00 a.m., the victim was in the area of Highway 7A and Simcoe Street, Port Perry when he…

Male Exposes Himself in Port Perry

Police are looking to identify a male who exposed himself to a young female while walking by her in a Port Perry neighborhood. On Thursday, February 23, 2017, at approximately 7:45 a.m., an 11-year-old female student was walking on the sidewalk on Scugog Street and Old Simcoe Street in Port Perry. The victim observed a…

earch Continues For Suspects in Pickering Convenience Store Robber

Investigators are now releasing surveillance images of the wanted suspects in connection with a convenience store robbery in Pickering. On Monday July 11, 2016, at approximately 3:15 p.m., officers from West Division responded to the Smart Food Fair on Pickering Parkway near Brock Road regarding an armed robbery. Two male suspects entered the store demanding…

Ajax Woman Charged After Attempting to Drown Her Son

Ajax Woman Charged After Attempting to Drown Her Son   An Ajax woman is facing several charges, including Attempt Murder after citizens observed her attempting to drown her son near Rotary Park.   On Thursday February 9, 2017, at approximately 4 p.m., a citizen observed a woman acting strangely and holding a small child on…