Suspect fleeing police damages fence at a Waterdown residence

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This column will alert the public to crime in their community. Information is compiled and submitted by Constable Ian McKellar, Hamilton Police Service.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

Suspects stole a GMC truck from an Orkney Rd. home overnight on October 2. The vehicle was later found in the Halton region.

A Millgrove Side Road resident had their Chevrolet Cavalier stolen overnight on October 2.

A visitor to Webster Falls Conservation Area on October 3 left their wallet on top of their car. Upon their return, the wallet was gone.

A visitor to Flamboro Slots on October 4 returned to the parking lot to find their Chevrolet SSR pickup had been stolen.

Thieves helped themselves to a 2000 Dodge Neon parked in the lot at a Hamilton Street apartment complex on October 5.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Hamilton police assisted another Police Service in a fraud investigation on September 30, as it related to merchandise purchased on eBay.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address on October 1 in relation to a custody dispute.

A young male who appeared to be in distress on October 1 was transported from Centre Road to St. Joseph's Hospital to be examined.

A visitor at Flamboro Slots on October 1 left her purse and its contents at a slot machine while using the washroom. Upon her return, the purse was gone.

A Waterdown resident reported harassing telephone calls on October 1.

A person fleeing police on October 1 damaged a fence at a Houndtrail Drive home when they attempted to jump over it.

Emergency Services responded to North Wentworth Arena on October 1 after a helmet-wearing referee injured himself after falling to the ice.

A Concession 8 East resident woke on October 2 to find that someone had damaged a vehicle in their driveway.

A Waterdown resident called police on October 2 to report harassing telephone calls.

Police were called in on October 2 after two people on the street were fighting and causing a disturbance.

Store security at a Hamilton Street food store arrested a 60-year-old male for shoplifting on October 3.

A rural Flamborough resident called police on October 3 to report ongoing harassing telephone calls.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots on October 3, where security was holding a trespasser. Police issued the necessary ticket.

A Waterdown business received a threatening email message on October 4.

Waterloo Regional Police contacted Hamilton Police on October 4 to request assistance in an ongoing Fail to Remain accident investigation.

A Flamborough resident contacted the Dundas Policing Station on October 4 and reported a suspected forgery incident.

A Flamborough sod company reported extensive damage to a newly seeded field on October 5, apparently caused by some sort of vehicle.

A Dundas Street East gas bar reported the theft of $40 worth of gas on October 5, after a customer drove off without paying.

If you need any one of the Emergency Services and it is an emergency then call 911. If it is not an emergency but you need an officer to respond, call Police Communications at 905-546-4925. If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, call 905-546-4930.

Suspect fleeing police damages fence at a Waterdown residence

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This column will alert the public to crime in their community. Information is compiled and submitted by Constable Ian McKellar, Hamilton Police Service.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

Suspects stole a GMC truck from an Orkney Rd. home overnight on October 2. The vehicle was later found in the Halton region.

A Millgrove Side Road resident had their Chevrolet Cavalier stolen overnight on October 2.

A visitor to Webster Falls Conservation Area on October 3 left their wallet on top of their car. Upon their return, the wallet was gone.

A visitor to Flamboro Slots on October 4 returned to the parking lot to find their Chevrolet SSR pickup had been stolen.

Thieves helped themselves to a 2000 Dodge Neon parked in the lot at a Hamilton Street apartment complex on October 5.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Hamilton police assisted another Police Service in a fraud investigation on September 30, as it related to merchandise purchased on eBay.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address on October 1 in relation to a custody dispute.

A young male who appeared to be in distress on October 1 was transported from Centre Road to St. Joseph's Hospital to be examined.

A visitor at Flamboro Slots on October 1 left her purse and its contents at a slot machine while using the washroom. Upon her return, the purse was gone.

A Waterdown resident reported harassing telephone calls on October 1.

A person fleeing police on October 1 damaged a fence at a Houndtrail Drive home when they attempted to jump over it.

Emergency Services responded to North Wentworth Arena on October 1 after a helmet-wearing referee injured himself after falling to the ice.

A Concession 8 East resident woke on October 2 to find that someone had damaged a vehicle in their driveway.

A Waterdown resident called police on October 2 to report harassing telephone calls.

Police were called in on October 2 after two people on the street were fighting and causing a disturbance.

Store security at a Hamilton Street food store arrested a 60-year-old male for shoplifting on October 3.

A rural Flamborough resident called police on October 3 to report ongoing harassing telephone calls.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots on October 3, where security was holding a trespasser. Police issued the necessary ticket.

A Waterdown business received a threatening email message on October 4.

Waterloo Regional Police contacted Hamilton Police on October 4 to request assistance in an ongoing Fail to Remain accident investigation.

A Flamborough resident contacted the Dundas Policing Station on October 4 and reported a suspected forgery incident.

A Flamborough sod company reported extensive damage to a newly seeded field on October 5, apparently caused by some sort of vehicle.

A Dundas Street East gas bar reported the theft of $40 worth of gas on October 5, after a customer drove off without paying.

If you need any one of the Emergency Services and it is an emergency then call 911. If it is not an emergency but you need an officer to respond, call Police Communications at 905-546-4925. If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, call 905-546-4930.

Suspect fleeing police damages fence at a Waterdown residence

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This column will alert the public to crime in their community. Information is compiled and submitted by Constable Ian McKellar, Hamilton Police Service.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

Suspects stole a GMC truck from an Orkney Rd. home overnight on October 2. The vehicle was later found in the Halton region.

A Millgrove Side Road resident had their Chevrolet Cavalier stolen overnight on October 2.

A visitor to Webster Falls Conservation Area on October 3 left their wallet on top of their car. Upon their return, the wallet was gone.

A visitor to Flamboro Slots on October 4 returned to the parking lot to find their Chevrolet SSR pickup had been stolen.

Thieves helped themselves to a 2000 Dodge Neon parked in the lot at a Hamilton Street apartment complex on October 5.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Hamilton police assisted another Police Service in a fraud investigation on September 30, as it related to merchandise purchased on eBay.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address on October 1 in relation to a custody dispute.

A young male who appeared to be in distress on October 1 was transported from Centre Road to St. Joseph's Hospital to be examined.

A visitor at Flamboro Slots on October 1 left her purse and its contents at a slot machine while using the washroom. Upon her return, the purse was gone.

A Waterdown resident reported harassing telephone calls on October 1.

A person fleeing police on October 1 damaged a fence at a Houndtrail Drive home when they attempted to jump over it.

Emergency Services responded to North Wentworth Arena on October 1 after a helmet-wearing referee injured himself after falling to the ice.

A Concession 8 East resident woke on October 2 to find that someone had damaged a vehicle in their driveway.

A Waterdown resident called police on October 2 to report harassing telephone calls.

Police were called in on October 2 after two people on the street were fighting and causing a disturbance.

Store security at a Hamilton Street food store arrested a 60-year-old male for shoplifting on October 3.

A rural Flamborough resident called police on October 3 to report ongoing harassing telephone calls.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots on October 3, where security was holding a trespasser. Police issued the necessary ticket.

A Waterdown business received a threatening email message on October 4.

Waterloo Regional Police contacted Hamilton Police on October 4 to request assistance in an ongoing Fail to Remain accident investigation.

A Flamborough resident contacted the Dundas Policing Station on October 4 and reported a suspected forgery incident.

A Flamborough sod company reported extensive damage to a newly seeded field on October 5, apparently caused by some sort of vehicle.

A Dundas Street East gas bar reported the theft of $40 worth of gas on October 5, after a customer drove off without paying.

If you need any one of the Emergency Services and it is an emergency then call 911. If it is not an emergency but you need an officer to respond, call Police Communications at 905-546-4925. If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, call 905-546-4930.