Vehicle drives into Lake Ontario in Oakville; one person in custody

Vehicle drives into Lake Ontario in Oakville; one person in custody
Body found in water after accused impaired driver ends up in Lake Ontario
A 22-year-old man is now facing impaired driving charges after a vehicle plunged into Lake Ontario in Oakville overnight Monday, allegedly killing a passenger.

Just after 3 a.m., police said they were called to the area of Maple Grove Drive and Lakeshore Road East to investigate a report of a person knocking on doors.

Halton police’s Marine Unit discovered the body shortly after 11 a.m. to the west of Maple Grove Dr., near the former site of Edgemere Estate, a landmark property in Oakville’s “gold coast” of mega-mansions.

Abdul Sumra, who works in the area, told reporters that a maid called police after she noticed a man creating a disturbance.

Halton police’s Marine Unit discovered the body shortly after 11 a.m. to the west of Maple Grove Dr., near the former site of Edgemere Estate, a landmark property in Oakville’s “gold coast” of mega-mansions.

She said she called police because the boy who was arrested was banging this fence over here and getting crazy and jumping and shouting, Sumra said.

Uniformed officers and members of the search incident response team, marine unit, collision reconstruction unit and criminal investigations bureau were involved in the search that found the body of the passenger.

Upon arrival at the scene, officers said they discovered that a vehicle entered the body of water after crashing through a metal barrier at the dead end of Maple Grove Drive.

Our investigation led us to believe that there may have been another person associated or inside the vehicle, Const. Ryan Anderson of Halton police told reporters. Our search incident response team, marine unit and canine unit responded and we did locate a body approximately 600 metres west of the collision scene.

Our investigation led us to believe that there may have been another person associated or inside the vehicle, Const. Ryan Anderson of Halton police told reporters. Our search incident response team, marine unit and canine unit responded and we did locate a body approximately 600 metres west of the collision scene.

Police said the deceased male who they located was a passenger in the vehicle at the time of the collision. He has been identified as a 27-year-old man from Mississauga, but his name is not being released as per his familys wishes, police said Monday night.

Upon arrival at the scene, officers said they discovered that a vehicle entered the body of water after crashing through a metal barrier at the dead end of Maple Grove Drive.

Video: Body recovered after car plunges into Lake Ontario

Aaron Dobbs of Welland has been charged with impaired driving causing death and refusing to provide a breath sample.

A vehicle plummeted into Lake Ontario overnight on Nov. 5, 2018, according to Halton Regional Police.

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The body of a man has been recovered from Lake Ontario after a car slammed through a guard rail in Oakville and landed in the water on Monday morning.

Police divers have pulled the body of a 27-year-old man from Lake Ontario after a vehicle plunged into the waters off Oakville early Monday.

The driver of the car found his way out of the vehicle and then started to knock on doors in the area.

They say that after officers arrived on the scene, they located a male and discovered a collision had occurred that ended with the vehicle entering Lake Ontario from a dead end street.

Halton regional police were called to the area of Maple Grove Drive and Lakeshore Road East around 3 a.m. after receiving a report of a person knocking on doors.

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Police say they recovered a body from the shores of Lake Ontario after a vehicle drove into the water in Oakville, Ont., early Monday.

Video: Raw: Car removed from Lake Ontario in Oakville

“Officers were called to a report of a male banging on a residence. Upon attending, they found the male who was soaking wet at the back of a residence,” Det. Const. Martin Dick said at the scene. The man was then arrested.

Police say they were called to the area to investigate a report of a person knocking on doors in the middle of the night.

22-year-old Aaron Dobbs is facing charges for impaired driving causing death and refusing to provide a breath sample.

Police found his car in the lake at the end of Maple Grove and continued to search the surrounding area for other possible occupants. They located the body of a man on a shoreline nearby around 12 p.m.

Police said the deceased male who they located was a passenger in the vehicle at the time of the collision. He has been identified as a 27-year-old man from Mississauga, but his name is not being released as per his familys wishes, police said Monday night.

“Our investigation led us to believe that there may have been another person associated or inside the vehicle … and we did locate a body approximately 600 metres west of the collision scene,” said Det. Const. Ryan Anderson.

Police say the deceased victim is a 27-year-old man from Mississauga. His identity will not be released at the request of his family.

Divers from the service's marine unit brought his body to shore shortly before noon, nearly eight hours after the vehicle barrelled through a guard rail and became submerged in the water at the end of Maple Grove Drive and Lakeshore Road East. 

[email protected] confirm the body of an adult male was found on the Lake Ontario shoreline, more than half a kilometre from where a car went off the end of Maple Grove Drive at 3:00 a.m. 22 y/o man already facing impaired driving. Police say there were no other occupants. @680NEWS pic.twitter.com/b7s2b3zVjX

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