A man wanted in connection with a shooting  and fire last night in Parham is now in custody.

OPP responded to reports of gunshots shortly after 830. One person was treated for non-life-threatening injuries and that a fire, which had started in a residence, had spread to an adjacent church causing extensive damage.

Police located  42 year old Brian Mosher, shortly after 8 o’clock this morning.



Parking near Queens / KGH

If you work or live around Queen’s or KGH, you’ll need to start paying for parking again.

Hourly parking will resume today at the Frontenac County Courthouse parking lot, Waterfront parking lot, Richardson Beach parking lot and several streets in the area around Queen’s University and Kingston General Hospital.

Paid parking was waived back in mid March to make it more accessible to essential workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Window Smasher

A 58-year-old local man has been charged with breaking the windows of several downtown businesses.

Kingston police obtained video footage from one of the stores which positively identified the man.

The accused has been charged with a total of seven counts of Mischief under $5,000.


George Floyd Memorial

Mourners in George Floyd’s hometown of Houston will be able to view his casket today, as the series of memorials in his honour reach their final stop.

A six-hour public viewing will be held at a local church, with thousands expected to pay their respects, including Joe Biden — the democratic candidate for U-S president.


Hand Sanitizer Recall

Health Canada is recalling some hand sanitizers because they contain industrial-grade ethanol with non-approved chemicals.

If you have Eltraderm Hand Sanitizer, Gel 700 Hand Sanitizer, Sanilabs Hand Sanitizer or Walker Emulsions Hand Sanitizer you should stop using it immediately and return it to a pharmacy for proper disposal. Frequent use of the sanitizers can lead to irritation or skin cracking.