Cops and Bloggers

Posted On Friday, May 29, 2020

Cst. Beaucage was able to get her arm in the opening and unlock the door. A concerned citizen called police after spotting a dog inside a truck in a parking lot on Carling Avenue this past Tuesday afternoon. At the time, the outdoor temperature was 32 degrees Celsius with a humidex of 38 degrees Celsius.
Cst. Lisa Beaucage, an officer with OPS for three years, attended. “The dog was in distress. She was lying on the floor under the passenger seat foot well, panting.”
One window was open about three inches and she noticed an empty...

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Posted On Thursday, May 28, 2020

A woman heard noises outside her residence and called 911  
On May 20, a young woman heard noises outside her residence. She looked out the window to find a man in her car. The headlights were on and he was in the driver’s seat. She quickly called 911 and a dispatcher called for police.
When E Platoon officers arrived, they saw the man described by the complainant, in a car wearing a seatbelt and operating the windshield wipers. At first, the man didn’t notice the officers, so they surrounded the vehicle and...

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Posted On Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Officer doing late night proactive patrol saves woman’s lifeDuring the early morning hours of May 21, an Ottawa Police Service (OPS) patrol Sergeant was driving through the high-tech business area in Kanata, ensuring everything was secure when he thought he saw something in a secluded area off Terry Fox Drive.
“I noticed what might be a vehicle a fair distance down the Richardson Side Road trail as I drove by, so I turned around to take a closer look,” said the officer, who has eighteen years' experience with the Ottawa...

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Posted On Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Cst. Steve Luchies On May 2 nd at about 10:35am, Cst. Steve Luchies was on patrol in the city’s west end when a 911 call about dark smoke in the area of Majestic Drive and Woodroffe Avenue came over the air.
“I could actually see the smoke from my location, so I advised Dispatch I would attend,” said Cst. Luchies, a 19-year member of the Ottawa Police Service (OPS).
He was the first emergency responder to arrive. “I could see which house the smoke was coming from,...

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Posted On Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Ottawa Police officerAn Ottawa family found themselves at their wits’ end recently when their 17-year-old son who suffers from several disorders was upset and threatening self-harm.
They hesitated to call police because it felt disloyal to their son and that they were failing as parents. With nowhere else to turn, the mother called 911.  
Constables Joseph Lalonde and Corey Raymond attended.
“She absolutely did the right thing,” said Cst. Lalonde, a patrol officer...

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