Alerts Area OPP Police Press Releases

Citizen Shot Defending Property – Armed & Dangerous Suspect At Large

(OXFORD COUNTY, ON) – On Sunday, February 7, 2021, at approximately 12:13 p.m., the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Oxford County Detachment, along with Oxford County EMS responded to a 9-1-1 emergency call for a weapons complaint at a Thames Street South, Ingersoll address.

It was determined that the owner of a pickup truck was working at a nearby business when they came out to their vehicle and encountered an unknown person inside. The owner then became involved in a verbal altercation which then turned into a physical confrontation. The suspect then discharged a firearm striking the victim causing serious but non-life threatening injuries and stole a pickup truck. The victim was transported by ambulance to a local area hospital and has since been taken to a London area hospital for further treatment.

The stolen vehicle that fled the area in an unknown direction was later involved in a collision at Cockshutt Road and Concession 2 of Townsend in Norfolk County, Ontario. The suspect displayed a firearm and then stole a white coloured Dodge Ram pickup truck from a Good Samaritan that stopped to assist with the crash. The truck then fled from the area and was later located by OPP Aviation Services. No injuries were reported.

The suspect was described to police as a Caucasian male, 5’6 to 5’8, 150 to 170 lbs, 30 to 40’s of age, pocked marked face with sunken cheek bones, dark eyes, brown unkempt hair with a goatee. He was wearing a black coat with a hood along with a hooded sweatshirt with both hoods pulled over his head. 

The suspect involved is these incidents is considered to be armed and dangerous and poses a threat to public safety. Police remind all members of the public to be aware of their personal safety at all times. The OPP’s website, contains a number of useful and resources tips and links.

The Oxford County OPP along with members of the West Region Crime Unit are continuing to investigate and is seeking the public’s assistance with this investigation. If anyone has any information or video surveillance that may have captured the stolen vehicle or suspect involved, they are being asked to contact the Oxford or Norfolk County OPP Detachment at 1-888-310-1122. 

Should you wish to remain anonymous, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or www.oxfordcrimestoppers.comwhere you may be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $2,000.

The investigation is continuing and updates will be provided when new information becomes available.

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Stratford Police Approved To Continue Beating/Torture Of Unarmed Civilians – Outraged Public Demands Body Cameras After Another SIU Failure

27July2015 Stratford police officers threw an unarmed autistic man to the ground and beat him in the head causing a concussion, cuts to his face and a black eye. According to the recently released SIU report “the officers tactic was reasonable”. This type of force is used daily in Ontario and is just viewed as common practice. Body cameras need to be mandatory for all police immediately. There is no other peaceful way forward.

An online fundraiser for the victim has been setup on GoFundMe.

Anyone that doesn’t cower in fear of these corrupt officers will be beaten, simple as that. There is nothing you can do about it unless the incident is captured on video. The SIU is composed almost entirely of former police officers who are fiercely loyal to their beatdown brothers in blue. 97% of the complaints of police misconduct are unfounded according to the SIU. The 3% conviction rate is only that high due to video evidence, otherwise it’s the “beatdown boys in blue” word against yours and they always win.

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Public Outrage After Barrie Police Attempt Murder Of Citizen – #FTP #FilmThePolice

Screams of terror by horrified onlookers with video cameras likely saved a man’s life from Barrie police officers. The officers that stood by or joined in are just as responsible as the out of control officer. 

A 20 year old nearly lost his life after making a flippant remark to a police officer in Barrie, Ontario. The officer loses all self control and attempts to crack open the skull of the 20 year old like a coconut, by repeatedly smashing his restrained victim’s head into the concrete. More officers joined in the fun instead of protecting the unarmed restrained civilian from the out of control cop.

The officer did not need to respond to the remark. Responding with violence and trying to kill the man is an act of terrorism. This was a clear message from the police to the Public that they must show 100% respect and fear of the Barrie police or you may not survive.

Gary Grisdale, who identified himself in messages to CBC News as the man’s brother, said the incident happened after his brother “went through a red light on his longboard after looking both ways to make sure the coast was clear.” Grisdale declined to give his brother’s full name.

Grisdale said the officer ticketed his brother and detained him for about 30 minutes. Afterwards, his brother went back onto the road with his longboard and “lipped the officer off a bit,” he said. The officer “got furious,” Grisdale said, and that is when the video starts.

Until all Barrie police officers wear and use body cameras, and these officers are held to account, FTP considers the Barrie police and those that support them blindly to be terrorists.

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OPP Reprisals, Threats, Evidence Tampering, Refusal To Wear Body Cameras & Collusion Triggers Further Collapse In Confidence

There is near zero confidence the OPP will perform their duties without prejudice. Even those that proclaim to support the OPP believe that those who stand up to them will be denied service/protection, a potentially deadly scenario. 

Many believe the OPP will just do a “wellness check” and abuse or kill anyone that speaks up, or doesn’t show immense fear/respect. More than often they simply claim they were assaulted, the victim resisted, or some other crime where it will be their word against their victim’s word in court. The police always win in court, unless you have video evidence showing the truth.

Reprisals were swift after a Wingham restaurant declared it would not serve armed OPP members, or anyone carrying a firearm, exposing even more corruption among the OPP. This ban will be in effect until the OPP wear and use body cameras. The owners of the restaurant were overwhelmed with the amount of support and encouragement from the community. 

Shipments of low cost body cameras are now en route to Wingham for members of the Public, to help protect them from unaccountable OPP officers. “If the OPP won’t wear body cameras, we have to.” There is no reason for the OPP not to wear and use body cameras. If they have nothing to hide, then they shouldn’t mind using body cameras.

Video record all police interactions! 

It’s time everything they say will be used against them in court. 

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F*** The Police – If The OPP Won’t Wear Body Cameras, We Will #FilmThePolice #FTP #KnowYourRights

A growing movement consisting of Rights and Accountability advocates is quickly gaining momentum in South-western Ontario. The OPP refuse to wear body cameras, so the Public has stepped up and started Filming The Police to help hold them to account. They are raising awareness via vehicle & front door stickers & shirts. The police may be conflicted about this campaign as they are paid to protect the free speech rights of those participating.

In Wingham during the transition from Timmy & The Timbits (Wingham Police) to OPP, the OPP are to match the level of service provided by the previous municipal service, which included body cameras. They are not wearing the cameras we taxpayers already paid for.

Recently released video of OPP stomping on the Rights of a taxpayer by confiscating his phone and deleting the video evidence which incriminated the police was the final straw. FTP, was born to help hold our armed civil servants to account for their actions. 

Video record all police interactions, at least until the OPP agree to wear body cameras.

Alerts Police Press Releases Waterloo Regional Police

Fake Police Alert – Check Their ID

Publish Date: Jan 25, 2021
Incident Date: Jan 24, 2021

On January 24th, 2021, at approximately 8:35 p.m., Waterloo Regional Police received a report of suspicious persons at an apartment on Belmont Avenue West in Kitchener.

Two males attended the secured apartment complex and identified themselves as police officers to a resident to gain entry into the building. The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 519-570-9777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8777. Waterloo Regional Police would like to remind the community to remain vigilant.

Members of Waterloo Regional Police Service have self-identification. Our officers will have their badge and identification card. Residents can request identification from police officers in circumstances where it is safe and reasonable to do so.

Alerts Weather

Snow Squall Warning – 15cm Snow Today, 25cm Tonight, 15cm Saturday


5:55 AM EST Friday 22 January 2021
Snow squall warning in effect for:

  • Goderich – Bluewater – Southern Huron County
  • Listowel – Milverton – Northern Perth County
  • Stratford – Mitchell – Southern Perth County
  • Wingham – Blyth – Northern Huron County

Long-lived snow squalls are expected. Under the snow squall bands, visibilities will be significantly reduced due to the heavy snow combined with blowing snow, and snow will rapidly accumulate.

Snow squalls will intermittently affect the area until Saturday.

Snowfall amounts of 15 cm are expected today. Even heavier snowfall amounts in the 15 to 25 cm range are possible Friday night. Snowfall amounts on Saturday may reach 15 cm.

Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions. Visibility will be suddenly reduced to near zero at times in heavy snow and blowing snow. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow. Road closures are possible.

Alerts OPP Police Press Releases

Leighton Hopkinson Wanted By Police

(TORONTO, ON) – The Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E.) Squad is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a federal offender wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant as a result of his breach of Statutory Release.  

Leighton Hopkinson is described as a black male, 29 years of age, 6′ (183cm), 200 lbs (91kgs) with black hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo of a cross and a crown on his right arm and the phrase “Only The Family” on his left arm.  

He is currently serving a Three (3) year and Five (5) month sentence for Possession of a firearm.  

The offender is known to frequent the Greater Toronto Area.  

Anyone having contact with this offender or information in regards to their whereabouts is asked to contact the Provincial R.O.P.E. Squad at 416-808-5900 or toll free at 1-866-870-7673 (ROPE) or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or call 9-1-1.

Leighton Hopkinson is described as a black male, 29 years of age, 6′ (183cm), 200 lbs (91kgs) with black hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo of a cross and a crown on his right arm and the phrase “Only The Family” on his left arm.
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2 OPP Arrested BRIDLE & HUSSAIN – SHOWAN Wanted By Police – Breach Of Trust, Obtain Sexual Services, Secret Commissions #FTP #FilmThePolice

(ORILLIA, ON) – Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged three OPP members and an individual as part of an ongoing investigation into allegations involving the towing industry.

In February 2019, the OPP Professional Standards Unit (PSU) received an internal complaint alleging members of the OPP Highway Safety Division (HSD) were providing preferential treatment to tow operators within the Greater Toronto Area. In October 2019, a joint investigation commenced with the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) and the OPP PSU involving offences related to breach of trust and secret commissions. 

As a result of this complex internal investigation, three OPP officers have been charged with Secret Commissions and Breach of Trust contrary to the Criminal Code. The charged OPP members are as follows:

·      PC Simon BRIDLE – aged53years – HSD 407 Detachment (20 years of service)

·      PC Mohammed (Ali) HUSSAIN – aged 52 years – OPP Toronto Detachment (24 years of service)

HUSSAIN was arrested on January 13, 2021 and BRIDLE was arrested on January 14, 2021 and both have been released on undertakings with specific conditions of release. PC BRIDLE is additionally charged with Obtaining Sexual Services for Consideration contrary to section 286.1(1) of the Criminal Code.

·      PC Bindo SHOWAN – aged 57 years – HSD 407 Detachment (20 years of service)

An endorsed warrant has been issued for the arrest of SHOWAN as he is currently out of the province.

As per authorities contained in the Police Services Act, all three members have been or will be served notices of suspension with pay.

Additionally, as a result of this ongoing criminal investigation, four more OPP officers – including two Commissioned Officers from the Highway Safety Division – have been suspended with pay. These members remain under investigation but have not been charged with an offence. The investigation is continuing and should these members be criminally charged, their identities will be released.

The OPP has also charged Sutheshkumar SITHAMBARPILLAY, aged 52 years of Toronto, with Aiding and Abetting Breach of Trust and Secret Commissions contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada. The accused is expected to appear in court on April 16, 2021 at the Ontario Court of Justice (Finch Avenue) in Toronto.

If anyone has information regarding this ongoing investigation, they are urged to call the OPP non-emergency number at 1-888-310-1122 or, if they wish to remain anonymous, contact CrimeStoppers.


Since June 2020, the OPP has been a partner within the Government of Ontario-led multi-agency Towing Industry Task Force and remains committed to collaborating with government and other public safety partners on reducing criminality in the tow industry. As a partner in the Towing Industry Task Force, the OPP is working hard to help mitigate the increased acts of violence, vandalism and fraud in the towing industry. The OPP has developed and is implementing a new towing policy to address how tow vehicles are dispatched to collision scenes or other calls for service.

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OPP Drones Strike Restaurant In Heart Of Wingham – Buck & Jo’s Literally On The Right Side Of The Law #FeedThePeople #FTP

Yesterday a Wingham restaurant took a stand against police abuse and corruption by refusing service to all armed uniformed OPP members. This was in response to the Rights violations and collusion caught on video by Kyle Pickering that went viral. 

The final straw was the OPP response of circling/stalking Kyle’s house and pulling him over again hours after he spoke up publicly. There is an accountability problem with the police. They are believed in court 100% of the time, they investigate themselves, they tamper and destroy evidence, they coordinate their notes/lies/testimony and the only thing you can do is video record them and hope they don’t permanently delete the video.

Within hours of banning OPP the restaurant was targeted by fake and vulgar reviews online by those wanting to keep OPP corruption quiet. These pro-corruption extremists do as commanded, like a drone in a police hive. These people/drones/rats know the corrupt officers will have their back and they too will be able to bully without consequence. Many of the drones even state they have never been into the restaurant before in their “reviews”. 

The OPP will  be moving into the building adjacent to Buck & Jo’s on Josephine St. Wingham. Renovations are underway and they should be open in the coming days/weeks. Buck & Jo’s is now literally “on the right side of the law”.

Feed The People
Buck & Jo’s, on the right side of the law.