Investigation Continues After Police Situation on Josephine Avenue


More details are expected on Friday after a Windsor police investigation in the city's near west-side.

Officers were called to 365 Josephine Ave. around 2:30pm on Thursday.

Police have not released any information but have said it is an active investigation and there is no direct threat to public safety at this time.

Josh Singh lives across the street and says he heard officers shouting 'get out of the house with your hands up.'

"They said that three or four times and then nobody came out and then they came with their dogs and they went into the house and they ended up finding something, I don't know what was that," he says.  

Singh tells AM800 News he has lived in the neighbourhood for two-years and there really isn't any issues.

"This is a really calm neighbourhood," says Singh.  " This is the only house that's making trouble in there."

Last month, there was a stabbing at a home in the 300-block Josephine and police described the injuries to an unidentified man as life-threatening

Police charged 35-year-old Christopher Larkin of Windsor with attempted murder, administering bear spray with intent to endanger life or cause bodily harm, entering a dwelling-house with intent to commit an offence, and breach of probation.