Dryden OPP responded to more than 80 calls for service last week

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DRYDEN — Dryden Ontario Provincial Police responded to 86 calls for service last week.

From Monday, March 15 to Sunday, March 21, OPP responded to a variety of calls, according to a news release.

Some of the calls included 16 traffic complaints, nine police assistance, one impaired incident, three motor vehicle collisions, two bail violations, seven domestic incidents, two mischiefs, one mental health act call, three unwanted person, one family dispute, two liquor licence act, and two fire calls.

In total police laid 22 charges under the highway traffic act and criminal code.

Karen Edwards, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Thunder Bay Source