Susan Gamble, Brantford Expositor

Susan Gamble has worked at The Expositor since 1991, covering everything from consumer scams to education. She now focuses on general beat reporting, investigative stories and a weekly column that's a collection of quirky and amusing stories from the area. Previously a videographer for CKCO-TV in Kitchener, Gamble was one of the country's first female television news photographers. She has been nominated for, or won, more than 16 Ontario Newspaper Awards. She's been nominated for a Canadian Association of Journalists award for investigative reporting and a National Newspaper Award for local coverage.

Stories

Simcoe courthouse. (FILE PHOTO)

Man admits to break and enter

A Norfolk man who stole jewelry and electronics from a Waterford home was sentenced last month to 136 days in jail for that and several other crimes.

Simcoe courthouse. (FILE PHOTO)

Jail term for drug trafficker

A Norfolk man who was part of a group of five who were arrested with about $70,000 worth of drugs in their vehicle has been sentenced to 180 days of jail and faces further charges.

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Man pleads guilty to indecent act charges

A naked man who was photographed in Port Dover performing a lewd act in his vehicle won’t go to jail unless he breaks his court-ordered probation time.

Morgan Walsh from Assumption College School, left, received her third place trophy from MPP Dave Levac at the inaugural Laurier Stedman Prize gala on Friday as author Emily Urquhart, one of the prize jury members, looked on. Laurier University/Photo

$10,000 in prize money shared by young writers

Brantford Collegiate Institute’s Abby Traina was the winner of the top award in the first Laurier Stedman Prize, a creative writing competition open only to area high school students.

Tillsonburg woman jailed in child porn case

SIMCOE - A Tillsonburg woman, who secretly snapped photos of a baby without the knowledge of the child's parents and sent the pictures to her American lover, will serve time in jail.

Trio sentenced on reduced charges

A Hamilton man who along with two other men broke into a Simcoe home was sentenced in Ontario Court last month.

Judge laments jail 'hellhole'

A Norfolk man who stole a small arsenal of firearms from a Simcoe-area building got a break in the jail sentence he received in Ontario Court.

Driver sentenced to time served

A Norfolk County man was sentenced last month to time already served in connection to a stolen vehicle that was found filled with drugs when police stopped it.

Simcoe courthouse. (FILE PHOTO)

Man jailed for assault, probation violations

A Simcoe man who has repeatedly been charged with breaking probation orders pleaded guilty to the charge again in Simcoe's Ontario Court and was sentenced to half a year in jail.

Jail time for repeat drug dealer

A Norfolk County man who was arrested twice within three months for drug trafficking was sentenced to more than two years of accumulated jail time.

Sex assaults date back 20 years ago

A Norfolk man who pleaded for a conditional sentence and continued to express his innocence was sent to jail for 14 months for sexual abusing two young girls 20 years ago.

Simcoe courthouse. (FILE PHOTO)

Man jailed for assault, mischief

A Queen Street man who repeatedly targeted a woman during the summer was sentenced last month to time served, jail time and restitution.

Norfolk OPP released this image in Nov. 2016 of a handgun seized from a Victoria Street home in Simcoe. The gun was loaded when police executed a search warrant at the home. A resident pleaded guilty in court recently to weapons and drug offences. OPP PHOTO

Simcoe drug dealer gets 28 months in jail

A 54-year-old Simcoe man who ran a drug operation from his Victoria Street home was sentenced to a total of 28 months incarceration in Ontario Court recently.

Guilty plea in assault case

A Tecumseh man, who was drunkenly shouting, swearing and fighting in public after being ordered not to consume alcohol, was sentenced to 75 days in jail last month in Ontario Court.

Simcoe courthouse. (FILE PHOTO)

Court: Woman pleads guilty to assault

A Norfolk woman with no fixed address was sentenced recently in Ontario Court to 240 days of time already served for repeated assaults.