Officers investigate vehicle abandoned on the Lafarge walking trail

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.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

A Safari Road resident returned home at about noon on October 13 to discover that the house had been entered. Suspects had forced a door to gain entry; once inside they stole electronic equipment.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A stolen Dodge Neon was discovered in the underground parking lot at a Hamilton Street apartment complex on Oct. 6.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a Flamborough group home on September 27 after a resident had assaulted three staff members.

A Flamborough resident, out walking on the grounds of their farm on October 11, noticed that approximately 10 oak trees had been cut down - possibly for firewood.

Police stopped a driver on Edgewood Road on October 13 and found the driver was under suspension.

On October 14, police towed a vehicle that was apparently left abandoned on the 10th Concession East.

Police responded to a home in east Waterdown on October 14 for a domestic situation. Investigation led to the arrest of a 65-year old male on charges of assault. As a result of further investigation Police initiated an application for a firearms prohibition order.

A concerned citizen called police on October 15, after viewing what they considered excessive discipline towards a young child at a local pumpkin farm. Police will attempt to locate the persons involved.

Flamboro Slots security located a male on the premises on October 15. He had come to their attention on several past occasions. The male was issued a trespass warning and left. Several hours later he returned and was observed by security staff on surveillance tapes. Police located the male later at his home and issued a trespassing ticket.

Staff at the Hamilton Conservation Authority were alerted on October 16, after a vehicle was driven onto and then left on the Lafarge Trail off of Concession 6 West.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots on October 16 when security observed a trespasser on the gaming floor. The offender was ticketed and removed from the premises.

The Hamilton Children's Aid Society asked for police assistance in apprehending a child in the Lynden area on October 16.

Police responded to the core of Waterdown on October 16 after a verbal argument escalated into a physical fight among three men.

Remember, 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 still need a police officer to respond to your situation then call Police Communications at 905-546-4925. When you reach the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

The Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by police and volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has a police officer working Monday 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., and Tuesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11:50 pm.

Officers investigate vehicle abandoned on the Lafarge walking trail

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.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

A Safari Road resident returned home at about noon on October 13 to discover that the house had been entered. Suspects had forced a door to gain entry; once inside they stole electronic equipment.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A stolen Dodge Neon was discovered in the underground parking lot at a Hamilton Street apartment complex on Oct. 6.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a Flamborough group home on September 27 after a resident had assaulted three staff members.

A Flamborough resident, out walking on the grounds of their farm on October 11, noticed that approximately 10 oak trees had been cut down - possibly for firewood.

Police stopped a driver on Edgewood Road on October 13 and found the driver was under suspension.

On October 14, police towed a vehicle that was apparently left abandoned on the 10th Concession East.

Police responded to a home in east Waterdown on October 14 for a domestic situation. Investigation led to the arrest of a 65-year old male on charges of assault. As a result of further investigation Police initiated an application for a firearms prohibition order.

A concerned citizen called police on October 15, after viewing what they considered excessive discipline towards a young child at a local pumpkin farm. Police will attempt to locate the persons involved.

Flamboro Slots security located a male on the premises on October 15. He had come to their attention on several past occasions. The male was issued a trespass warning and left. Several hours later he returned and was observed by security staff on surveillance tapes. Police located the male later at his home and issued a trespassing ticket.

Staff at the Hamilton Conservation Authority were alerted on October 16, after a vehicle was driven onto and then left on the Lafarge Trail off of Concession 6 West.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots on October 16 when security observed a trespasser on the gaming floor. The offender was ticketed and removed from the premises.

The Hamilton Children's Aid Society asked for police assistance in apprehending a child in the Lynden area on October 16.

Police responded to the core of Waterdown on October 16 after a verbal argument escalated into a physical fight among three men.

Remember, 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 still need a police officer to respond to your situation then call Police Communications at 905-546-4925. When you reach the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

The Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by police and volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has a police officer working Monday 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., and Tuesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11:50 pm.

Officers investigate vehicle abandoned on the Lafarge walking trail

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.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

A Safari Road resident returned home at about noon on October 13 to discover that the house had been entered. Suspects had forced a door to gain entry; once inside they stole electronic equipment.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A stolen Dodge Neon was discovered in the underground parking lot at a Hamilton Street apartment complex on Oct. 6.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a Flamborough group home on September 27 after a resident had assaulted three staff members.

A Flamborough resident, out walking on the grounds of their farm on October 11, noticed that approximately 10 oak trees had been cut down - possibly for firewood.

Police stopped a driver on Edgewood Road on October 13 and found the driver was under suspension.

On October 14, police towed a vehicle that was apparently left abandoned on the 10th Concession East.

Police responded to a home in east Waterdown on October 14 for a domestic situation. Investigation led to the arrest of a 65-year old male on charges of assault. As a result of further investigation Police initiated an application for a firearms prohibition order.

A concerned citizen called police on October 15, after viewing what they considered excessive discipline towards a young child at a local pumpkin farm. Police will attempt to locate the persons involved.

Flamboro Slots security located a male on the premises on October 15. He had come to their attention on several past occasions. The male was issued a trespass warning and left. Several hours later he returned and was observed by security staff on surveillance tapes. Police located the male later at his home and issued a trespassing ticket.

Staff at the Hamilton Conservation Authority were alerted on October 16, after a vehicle was driven onto and then left on the Lafarge Trail off of Concession 6 West.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots on October 16 when security observed a trespasser on the gaming floor. The offender was ticketed and removed from the premises.

The Hamilton Children's Aid Society asked for police assistance in apprehending a child in the Lynden area on October 16.

Police responded to the core of Waterdown on October 16 after a verbal argument escalated into a physical fight among three men.

Remember, 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 still need a police officer to respond to your situation then call Police Communications at 905-546-4925. When you reach the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

The Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by police and volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has a police officer working Monday 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., and Tuesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11:50 pm.