On October 13, 2015 just before noon officers received a call to the communications center about concerns of a suspicious female. The caller thought that maybe the female had mental health concerns or possibly was on drugs. The female was opening and closing car windows, getting in and out of her car and making odd gestures and movements.
The caller's concern was for children of a nearby daycare that would be letting out for lunch shortly. A high school was also nearby.
Officers arrived in the area of Burton Avenue and William Street where they located a black Lexus. When they approached the car the female tried to leave. After investigating further officers arrested and charged the 33-year-old Alliston female with Possession of a Controlled Substance, crack cocaine.
The female will appear in Barrie Court on November 23, 2015.
On Tuesday, October 13, 2015 a 42-year-old Barrie man was travelling through the entertainment district of Barrie when he received a call on his cell phone. The man pulled over his Ford F-150 pick-up to the side of the road in the area of Mary Street and Dunlop Street to take the call.
Once his vehicle was parked an unknown female opened the passenger side front door and got into the truck. The female offered the male sexual favors for $100. The male told her that was not the reason he pulled over that in fact he was taking a call on his phone. He demanded that she get out of his truck several times.
The female refused to get out, demanded money and said if he didn't pay she would be 'calling someone' to get his money from him. The male said he would contact the police if she did not leave. The male saw a Police Officer and flagged him down for help.
Police arrested, at the scene, the 27-year-old female, of no fixed address. She was charged with Stop Motor Vehicle for the Purpose of Engaging in Prostitution and Extortion. She will appear in Barrie Court in November.