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Waterloo Regional Police investigate Cambridge hit and run

Waterloo Regional Police investigate Cambridge hit and run

The driver left the scene while the other vehicle was found rolled over with significant damage
Waterloo police to partner with community agencies for Woman Abuse Prevention Month

Waterloo police to partner with community agencies for Woman Abuse Prevention Month

From 2016 to 2021 there has been a 6.7 per cent increase in the total number of intimate partner violence occurrences in Waterloo Region
Victim robbed at gunpoint during buy-and-sell exchange

Victim robbed at gunpoint during buy-and-sell exchange

No one was injured as a result; the investigation is ongoing
Arrest made in connection with armed robbery

Arrest made in connection with armed robbery

Two Brantford men have been charged
Waterloo Regional Police continue to investigate Oct. 27 collision

Waterloo Regional Police continue to investigate Oct. 27 collision

At approximately 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 27, emergency services responded to the intersection of Laurel Street and Lawrence Street in Cambridge for a collision involving two vehicles
Police seize handguns, suspected fentanyl in response to call from concerned citizen

Police seize handguns, suspected fentanyl in response to call from concerned citizen

Two from Newfoundland face multiple charges as a result
Waterloo police to hold firearms and prohibited weapons amnesty program

Waterloo police to hold firearms and prohibited weapons amnesty program

Program, which runs the entire month of November, gives community members the opportunity to turn over unwanted or unlicensed firearms and other weapons
Police investigating armed robbery locally

Police investigating armed robbery locally

Police responded to a robbery call at approximately 8 a.m. Thursday morning
Cambridge man in critical condition after crash on Highway 8 (update)

Cambridge man in critical condition after crash on Highway 8 (update)

It happened in the Flamborough area around 1 p.m. Wednesday
Waterloo Regional Police say threats to local schools are of no concern for public safety

Waterloo Regional Police say threats to local schools are of no concern for public safety

The threats were tracked to a student in the United States