“The Week That Was” In Windsor News: July 29th – August 4th 2012
Sunday August 5th, 2012
Posted at 2:00pm
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Windsor Police are looking for a male suspect believed to be responsible for several knife point robberies earlier last week. The first two occurred at hair salons last weekend and another occurred at a laundromat in the 1600 block of Tecumseh Road East, Monday night.
The Humane Society is looking to the community for information about a likely case of animal cruelty. Charry, an orange tabby about five years old, was picked up by the Humane Society on the afternoon of Friday July 20th, from Esdras Street in the Riverside area of Windsor. Charry was burned over much of his body, including his sides, paws, and face. The Humane Society wants to know who burned Charry in this inhumane act.
Windsor Police have arrested a 44-year-old Windsor man after a two month luring investigation involving a 14-year-old child in the City of Windsor.
At a news conference held at the Festival Plaza Tuesday, the University of Windsor Student Alliance announced that the internationally famous DJ Avicii will be the headlining act at the Coming Home Music Festival.
LaSalle swimmer Amanda Reason and her team have placed fourth in the Women’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay at the 2012 London Olympics Wednesday. Meanwhile, the city has hung banners all over Downtown Windsor to celebrate all local athletes who are at the games.