Woman Missing

Napanee OPP is asking for anyone who has any information about the whereabouts of a missing Loyalist Township woman to contact them.

Police conducted an extensive search near Maria DeWagner’s home yesterday in the area of County Road 4 just north of the 401.

DeWagner was last seen at her home on April 13th at 2:00 pm.

Napanee OPP say her last communication was a text sent to a friend on around 5:30 p.m. on April 13th.

Military Police – Swastika

Military Police are investigating a second incident of anti-Semitism this year at CFB Kingston.

The owner of the barber shop in Vimy Barracks found a piece of paper with a swastika on it on the door of the shop on Wednesday of last week.  The owner is Jewish and a similar incident was reported in February.

Charges – Firearm

A man and woman are facing charges after police surrounded an apartment at John Counter Boulevard and Montreal Street.

The Police Emergency Response Team and K-9 Unit backed up officers searching for a firearm around 6 p.m. on Friday.  The couple was arrested on outstanding warrants.

Arrests – Dawn House

Three men and a woman are facing charges in connection with a break in and vandalism at the Dawn House Women’s Shelter on Milford Drive.  Copper pipe and wiring were stolen from the construction site along with tools on April 9th or 10th.

The men…aged 24, 27 and 32 and the 23 year old woman were arrested last Thursday and police seized stolen property.

Cell Phone Surveillance

Kingston Police say they do not own or use cellphone surveillance technology.

A statement issued in a news release says Kingston Police was mentioned in a recent CBC news article regarding cellphone surveillance technology after two of the devices were found to be operating in Ottawa near government offices and parliament hill.

The statement from Kingston Police says…We wish to make in clear to the public that Kingston Police does not have or use International mobile subscriber identity devices.

Long Weekend

The long weekend continues for some people including teachers, school children and city staff.

Elementary and high schools are closed along with city offices.

There’s no garbage or recycling collection…that moves to the day after your normal pickup day for this week.

Kingston Transit is running on its normal schedule.

The Easter Weekend was the last of the year where statutory holidays have to be observed by retail outlets in Kingston. Most were closed on both Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Last year…city council voted in favour of an exemption for the downtown Kingston Business Improvement Area and some stores in downtown Kingston were open on both Friday and Sunday.

Special Olympics Toll

Kingston Police are thanking the public for donating almost three thousand dollars to the Special Olympics.

Police set up a voluntary toll at the Walmart in Kingston from 10 am to 2 pm Saturday and raised just over $2,737.

At the Walmart in Napanee…the OPP collected $2,274 during five hours on Saturday.

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