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PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — 71-year-old Paul Bonneau awoke Monday morning at Beavermead Campground in Peterborough and discovered both of his mobility scooters had been stolen.

Bonneau needs the scooters to get around after surviving three heart attacks and three strokes in recent years.

He purchased a new scooter earlier this year and kept the older one at a trailer at the campground for his wife Susan to use. The couple no longer lives together due to Mr. Bonneau’s health condition, but they would meet at the trailer every weekend to spend time together and relax, says the Kawartha Media Group.

Ms. Bonneau says she has lost faith in people and wonders why someone would take not only one scooter, but two from her husband. She hopes someone comes forward with information to help with the police investigation.

For the complete story from the Kawartha Media Group, click here.

A Yuma gang member wanted on a felony warrant was arrested Wednesday at the Sun Vista RV Resort in Yuma, Arizona after a trailer-to-trailer search by Yuma police, Yuma County Sheriff deputies and Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents.

Aaron Quiroz, 22, a member of the Okietown street gang who goes by the name of Little Chief.

According to Yuma police, at about 6:26 p.m. Wednesday, officers spotted a white Toyota Camry driving recklessly through the intersection of 32nd Street and Avenue 8E, nearly colliding with three separate vehicles.

As the officers were pulling around in an attempt to catch up and conduct a traffic stop on the Toyota Camry, which was headed westbound on 32nd Street, the vehicle drove into the sandy desert area on the south side of the street in the 7700 block.

When officers pulled up, they saw the driver, now identified as Quiroz, running from the vehicle south through the desert, and began to chase him on foot. Quiroz ran into the trailer park at 7201 E. 32nd St.

Officers set up a perimeter on the trailer park and with the assistance YCSO and the Border Patrol conducted a trailer-to-trailer search of the RV park. Some trailers were temporarily evacuated for the safety of those residents.

Officers attempted to contact Quiroz using a P/A system, but he refused to come out from where he was hiding. They found him at about 10:45 p.m. hiding in a shed next to a trailer on the south side of the park. Quiroz was taken into custody without further incident.

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Winds pushing 60 miles per hour leveled crops, flattened highway signs on metal posts, and toppled recreational vehicles at a RV dealership.

“I was on the phone in my office with a customer and I saw one of our units go passed my window at about 20 miles an hour. I realized at that point that we had some severe weather,” business manager Rob Kohloff said.

A trailer at Quietwoods RV weighing 11,000 pounds was picked up, spun around, and slammed down on its side.

Another trailer was pushed back about 30 feet, leaving a skid mark in the pavement as it was being dragged.

The Quietwoods RV business manager says one of his employees witnessed the 11,000-pound trailer get scooped right off the ground.

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