A 24-year-old Guelph woman faces charges following an incident yesterday afternoon at a home on Yorkshire Street.
Two women knocked on the door to a neighbor’s place to check on the well being of the occupants after hearing a loud argument coming from inside.
Police say an aggressive woman answered the door armed with a knife and threw it at the women as they backed away.
The knife hit one of them in the chest but no injuries were suffered by either of them.
Police were called and the suspect was charged with Assault with a Weapon and Possession of Dangerous Weapon Dangerous to the Public Peace.
Just after 5:00PM yesterday afternoon, a woman was driving on Gordon Street with her brother in the front passenger seat.
The brother reportedly became agitated and grabbed the steering wheel.
The car then veered across the oncoming lane of traffic and stopped just short of striking a utility pole.
Police came across the car and spoke to the woman.
A 32-year-old man – the passenger of the car – is charged with Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Uttering Threats, and Breach of Probation.
Police report a busy Saturday night in Guelph’s downtown.
Of note, eight tickets were handed out for Public Urination. That’s a 365-dollar fine.
Over the weekend, Guelph Police responded to 585-calls for service.