Canada Guelph man ‘made himself a sandwich’ during restaurant break-in: police
Human remains found in Joshua Tree National Park identified as Guelph, Ont. man
The remains of Paul Miller were found by park rangers in late December with the help of drone photographs.According to a post by family friend Ainsley Otten on the Find Paul Miller Facebook group, the coroner's office contacted Miller's wife on Tuesday to confirm the remains found were her husband's.
A 21-year-old man may have a full stomach, but Guelph police say he is facing charges after a fast-food restaurant was broken into on Friday.
According to a news release, a man kicked in the drive-thru window of a restaurant at the corner of Wellington and Gordon streets just after midnight.
Once inside, police say the suspect made himself a sandwich and also grabbed a loaf of bread and a package of bagels before leaving.
It's alleged the man walked into another restaurant at around 2 a.m. in the downtown core and punched an employee in the face after being asked to pay for the food he had just ordered.
The suspect was taken into custody near Dublin Street and Waterloo Avenue at around 2:30 a.m., according to police.
He is charged with break and enter, theft and assault. He is scheduled to make a court appearance on March 3.
Woman faces possible fine after being struck by Kitchener GO train: police .
A Kitchener woman and six-year-old boy from Guelph were struck by a GO train last November.They say the woman has been charged with failing to give way to railway equipment.
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