The Norfolk OPP called out after a four-month-old baby was accidentally locked inside a vehicle.
The incident occurred on Yin Street in Waterford on Sunday night when the parents contacted the police.
The vehicle automatically locked with the driver left the vehicle, leaving the parents at a loss of what to do.
At the request of the owner, the passenger side window was smashed in by the officer and the child was safely removed.
The child was only in the vehicle for a few minutes.
Another serious ATV crash in Norfolk.
On Sunday afternoon, emergency crews were called out to 6th Concession Road in Houghton after a 60-year-old female driver attempted to drive over an irrigation line in a field, rolling the ATV and pinning her underneath.
It was determined that she was trapped under the machine for approximately two hours before being located.
She was transported by air ambulance to a London area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Mischief in downtown Simcoe.
On Sunday night, a teenage man was spotted walking around the area of Water Street, lighting fireworks, then tossing them into public garbage cans.
Police are reviewing security surveillance footage in an attempt to identify the male responsible.
Break and enter at the Simcoe Lion’s Club Ball Park.
Police say in the early morning hours on Sunday, someone forced their way into the food booth and removed a large quantity of cash that was raised by the Norfolk Association for Community Living.
If you have any information, you are being asked to contact the police.
A customer assaulted while pumping gas in Port Dover.
The incident occurred on Main Street on Sunday morning when a customer pumping gas became involved in a verbal altercation with another man at the service station.
This quickly escalated into a fight.
Police have charged a 61-year-old Norfolk County man with assault.