Anodyne
Saturday, May 16, 2020
 
The incident began
at 1:30 a.m.,
when the man, 42,
asked for her keys
to take a ride
& returned
at 5:30 a.m.

When asked if
he had gotten high,
he replied, “Of course.
I’m an addict.”

Displeased, she said
he had a week to leave.

Later, in an strangely
altered state,
he shook as he choked
& bit her.

She got away and went
upstairs with the baby.

He broke down
the bedroom door
& choked her again.

Dizzy, still holding
the baby, she urinated
in her pants
as they struggled
together on the bed.

Twice he said
he wouldn’t allow her
to call police.

Eventually she got to her car
& drove to the station.

Responding officers found him
leaving through a side door.
His shirt was wet in front
& he still shook, speaking,
making no sense.

Prior to arrest,
he sent a text stating
he was going to
"take all the pills."

Officers found
5 empty bottles
of prescription drugs.

Items covered in
fine white powder
were also found
in the home.
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
 
East Huffman Road
resident calls police --
he's a theft victim!

Arriving officers 
talk to the man.

He purchased 
a PlayStation 4,
sent money online,
received what
he thought 
was the game.

Opened the package --
no magic console.

Seller sent
motor oil instead.
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
 
A man breaks his way into
the Great Canadian Dollar Store.

Neighbors call police;

the suspect escapes in a car.

A short while later,
a man with cut hands
carries a cash register
into a home along
Victoria Avenue South.

A  24-year-old Mississaugan is arrested.

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