Golfers confronted with weapon

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

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

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

Police responded to a Hwy. 5 business on October 22 after suspects attempted to enter the business over the weekend.

Thieves entered a classroom at Balaclava Public School overnight on October 24 and stole a computer tower.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A visitor at a local golf course on October 21 returned to their car to find it had been entered. The car and the stereo system had been damaged.

Thieves broke into a vehicle parked at a Freelton area church during Sunday morning service on October 23. A purse, wallet and cellphone were stolen.

The owner of a stolen auto located the vehicle at a 6th Concession West horse farm on October 23.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to the Greensville area on October 15 after an unlicensed driver took an unplated vehicle out and crashed it.

Police stopped a vehicle in Waterdown on October 19. It was uninsured, had a trailer license on the rear and the driver was only a G1 driver.

Police responded to a Waterdown business on October 20 to investigate an assault between co-workers.

A customer at a Hwy. 6 gas bar drove off without paying on October 20, after putting $31 worth of gas in the tank.

A driver on Dundas St. was stopped by a Divisional Safety Officer performing speed enforcement on October 21. The driver was suspended from driving and had their car towed away.

A group of golfers at a Flamborough course on October 23 went onto a neighbouring property to retrieve lost golf balls, but were confronted by a man brandishing a weapon.

A Volkswagen was abandoned and set on fire at a Brock Road property on October 26.

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.

Golfers confronted with weapon

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

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

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

Police responded to a Hwy. 5 business on October 22 after suspects attempted to enter the business over the weekend.

Thieves entered a classroom at Balaclava Public School overnight on October 24 and stole a computer tower.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A visitor at a local golf course on October 21 returned to their car to find it had been entered. The car and the stereo system had been damaged.

Thieves broke into a vehicle parked at a Freelton area church during Sunday morning service on October 23. A purse, wallet and cellphone were stolen.

The owner of a stolen auto located the vehicle at a 6th Concession West horse farm on October 23.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to the Greensville area on October 15 after an unlicensed driver took an unplated vehicle out and crashed it.

Police stopped a vehicle in Waterdown on October 19. It was uninsured, had a trailer license on the rear and the driver was only a G1 driver.

Police responded to a Waterdown business on October 20 to investigate an assault between co-workers.

A customer at a Hwy. 6 gas bar drove off without paying on October 20, after putting $31 worth of gas in the tank.

A driver on Dundas St. was stopped by a Divisional Safety Officer performing speed enforcement on October 21. The driver was suspended from driving and had their car towed away.

A group of golfers at a Flamborough course on October 23 went onto a neighbouring property to retrieve lost golf balls, but were confronted by a man brandishing a weapon.

A Volkswagen was abandoned and set on fire at a Brock Road property on October 26.

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.

Golfers confronted with weapon

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

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

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

Police responded to a Hwy. 5 business on October 22 after suspects attempted to enter the business over the weekend.

Thieves entered a classroom at Balaclava Public School overnight on October 24 and stole a computer tower.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A visitor at a local golf course on October 21 returned to their car to find it had been entered. The car and the stereo system had been damaged.

Thieves broke into a vehicle parked at a Freelton area church during Sunday morning service on October 23. A purse, wallet and cellphone were stolen.

The owner of a stolen auto located the vehicle at a 6th Concession West horse farm on October 23.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to the Greensville area on October 15 after an unlicensed driver took an unplated vehicle out and crashed it.

Police stopped a vehicle in Waterdown on October 19. It was uninsured, had a trailer license on the rear and the driver was only a G1 driver.

Police responded to a Waterdown business on October 20 to investigate an assault between co-workers.

A customer at a Hwy. 6 gas bar drove off without paying on October 20, after putting $31 worth of gas in the tank.

A driver on Dundas St. was stopped by a Divisional Safety Officer performing speed enforcement on October 21. The driver was suspended from driving and had their car towed away.

A group of golfers at a Flamborough course on October 23 went onto a neighbouring property to retrieve lost golf balls, but were confronted by a man brandishing a weapon.

A Volkswagen was abandoned and set on fire at a Brock Road property on October 26.

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.