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Pool company owner facing fraud charges for the second time

Updated: Jan 9


The Windsor Police Service has charged the owner of a pool installation company with fraud.

In September 2023, members of the Windsor Police Service’s Amherstburg Criminal Investigations Unit launched an investigation into Western Ontario Fiberglass Pools. 

Through the investigation, officers learned that the company’s owner allegedly accepted a $30,000 pool installation deposit in June 2023. 


It is further alleged the company never began work and did not return the deposit when requested.


Officers arrested and charged a 63-year-old Blenheim man with one count of fraud over $5,000.In July 2023, the accused with three counts of fraud over $5,000. 

The Windsor Police Service - Amherstburg Detachment states those charges stemmed from the suspect’s actions as owner/operator of KTPC Pools and Concrete Resurfacing Inc.


Investigators encourage anyone who has had similar experiences with Western Ontario Fiberglass Pools or KTPC Pools to contact Constable Tim McInnis at 519-736-2252, ext. 226, or the Amherstburg Criminal Investigations Unit at 519-736-2252, ext. 230. 

They can also contact Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.catchcrooks.com.


Vehicles vs. deer


A pair of accidents were recently reported involving vehicles hitting deer.

The first reported incident this year was Jan. 1.  Police say a vehicle traveling in 300 block of White Cres. encountered five deer running across the road with one striking the vehicle.  There were no injuries or charges to driver, police add.

The second reported accident involving a deer versus a vehicle occurred Jan. 2. A vehicle travelling on County Road 20 struck a deer. According to police, there were no injuries or charges to driver in this crash either.


—All information courtesy of the Windsor Police Service – 

Amherstburg Detachment

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