Police received a dispatch to a residence for a dispute between a male and female. The male stated that he and his girlfriend were arguing and during the argument his pants were ripped. Before police arrived, the female had left. Police spoke with both parties and did not believe anyone to be in danger.
At 1:18 pm, police were dispatched to a possible impaired driver on Rampton Street. The caller stated that the driver parked his vehicle at a residence, stumbled out of the vehicle and was now lying beside his vehicle. When police attended, they observed a male to be lying on the ground and a strong odour of liquor on his breath. The accused was arrested and transported to the Morden Police Service to provide a breath sample, which resulted in two readings analyzed at 290 mg% and 270 mg%. As a result of the readings, a 56-year-old Morden resident was charged with Operation While Impaired, Operate Over 80 mg%, Resist Arrest and two counts of Breach Undertaking. The driver was issued a license suspension of 3 months along with a 60-day impoundment of the vehicle. He will appear in Morden Provincial Court in June.
At 2:51 pm, police were dispatched to a residence for a dispute between two neighbours. Police attended and spoke to the two women who seemed to have an ongoing dispute regarding the one neighbour’s cat roaming the neighbourhood. Police advised both women to stay off each other’s properties.