POLICE BEAT: Woman charged in stabbing incident near Grand Valley

GRAND VALLEY – A Grand Valley woman has been charged in connection with a stabbing last month.

On Feb. 4 Dufferin OPP officials announced the detachment, led by the Dufferin crime unit, had completed its investigation into the Jan. 9 incident, which took place outside of Grand Valley.

Police received a call shortly after 10am indicating two people were suffering from stab wounds. 

Emergency crews transported two people with serious injuries to local hospitals and one was later transported by air ambulance to a Toronto-area trauma centre. Both have since been released from hospital.

Amy-Lynn Parsons, 37, of Grand Valley, was charged with aggravated assault and assaulting a peace officer. She was to attend a bail hearing in Orangeville on Feb. 4.

Fridge stolen

GUELPH-ERAMOSA – On Jan. 24 at about 1:15pm Wellington County OPP received a report of a break-in at an unoccupied residence on Guelph Township Road 3 north of Highway 7.

Police say that sometime overnight between Jan. 23 and 24, suspects smashed the front window of the residence, entered through the front door, cut the waterline and stole the double door stainless steel refrigerator, causing about $6,000 worth of damage due to flooding.

Tools taken

CENTRE WELLINGTON,  – On Jan. 26 at about 10am Wellington County OPP were called to a break-in at a barn/workshop on a residential property on Jones Baseline.

Police say someone entered the building through an unlocked side door sometime overnight between 1 and 6am and stole a number of power hand tools, including different types of drills, a welder and a grinder. 

Trailer park break-ins

CENTRE WELLINGTON,  – On Jan. 24 at about 9:30am Wellington County OPP responded to a rash of break-ins overnight at Maple Leaf Acres Seasonal Trailer Park near Belwood.

Police say someone entered – or tried to enter – at least nine trailers, committing thefts and acts of mischief. The exact amount of damage and loss is yet to be determined, police say.

Anyone with information about any of the above incidents can contact the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit a tip at www.csgw.tips.