On the night of a full moon, a grizzly discovery shatters the illusion there's no crime in town.
Simon's philosophy to ticket every single violation is put to the test.
Simon uses one of Stittsville's top trees as a spy nest, and re-lives his McIntosh Apple trauma.
With the bush situation in Stittsville out of control, Simon sets a trap to catch some violators.
A tour of Ottawa Senator hot-spots leads to a pretty decent camouflage situation to catch a star.
Simon goes to great lengths to preserve the legacy of Stittsville's Olympic champion Erica Wiebe.
Unwelcomed erotic art threatens to take down Quitters Coffee if Simon doesn't crack the case.
The virtues of having a green lawn are tested as Simon tries to catch the four legged culprits.
Weak security measures at a residential home force Simon to try an experimental form of safety education.
When a routine backyard check leads to a shocking discovery, Simon uses his investigative skills to narrow down suspects.
The most dangerous intersection in town proves too much for Simon to navigate.
You don't make friends with tickets, so Simon contemplates tearing up the badge.