Police arrest impaired driver after motorist report

News Jul 26, 2007 Flamborough Review

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

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Home and Business Entries

A house under construction on Middletown Road was entered by thieves during the afternoon of July 10. The culprits kicked in a door leading to the interior of the house from the garage. Jewellery, construction equipment and computer equipment were taken.

A Concession 6 West home and business was entered on July 12, after suspects forced open the front door. Nothing appears to have been stolen from the residence, but the thieves helped themselves to a chain saw, a cut saw and a laser level from the garage/workshop.

Thieves entered a Concession 5 West home through an insecure door on July 13 and stole computer equipment, cameras and an iPod.

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Other Incidents

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Brock Road and Concession 6 West on July 6.

Suspects vandalized a Hwy. 6 residence during the night on July 7, disassembling a fence and smashing antique lamps at the end of the driveway.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Dundas Street East and Mill Street in Waterdown on July 8.

A Melanie Cr. resident found a Triumph mountain bike which they turned over to police on July 8.

A motorcyclist collided with a deer on Concession 6 West on July 8.

Police responded to a collision at Cooper Road and Safari Road on July 9. Also on July 9, officers responded to an accident at Edith Court and Victoria Street in Waterdown.

Thieves stole the license plate from a vehicle belonging to a Laurendale Ave. resident on July 9. According to police, the thieves often use the validation sticker that they then place on their own expired plates.

A driver pumped $20 worth of gas into their vehicle at a Centre Road gas bar and then fled without paying on July 9.

Police investigated a possible breach of probation at a Flamborough trailer park on July 10. The claim turned out to be unfounded.

Children's Aid was notified on July 10, after a child custody dispute in Waterdown turned into a case of two missing youths. Police located the youths and returned them to their home.

Thieves stole a 60 hp Evinrude motor from a boat stored in the yard of a James Street home on July 11.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Brock and Safari roads on July 11.

An alert driver called 911 on July 12 to report an impaired driver. Without putting themselves in danger, the caller kept the vehicle in sight until the driver stopped at Brock Road and Hwy. 5. Police arrived and arrested a 72-year-old Dundas man.

Police responded to a Waterdown business on July 12, after an 11-year-old foster child had taken the family vehicle. The vehicle was later recovered by the Halton Police Service in their area. After a lengthy investigation that resulted in numerous contacts with many Police Services, the girl was located at Jackson Square in Hamilton.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Dundas Street East and Evans Road on July 12.

Police responded to a Hwy. 6 residence for a dispute between neighbours on July 13.

A vehicle parked at a business on Innovation Drive on July 13 was entered. A GPS system was stolen.

Police arrested a 40-year-old man on July 13 after investigating a domestic situation at a Waterdown home. The suspect allegedly made threats over the telephone. Police returned to the original address several hours later, where the man had driven a vehicle through a fence then fled on foot.

Thieves stole a set of Spalding golf clubs from the open garage of a Royaledge Way home in the first weeks of July.

Vandals went on a spree in Lynden overnight on July 14. Between 1a.m. and 7 a.m., three vehicles at one residence had their tires slashed; a nearby homeowner reported that four tires were slashed. At a third residence, the tires of four vehicles were slashed.

Police responded to three motor vehicle collisions on July 14: one at Brock Road and Concession 8 West; another at Concession 6 East and Garden Lane and another on Concession 6 East near Hwy. 6.

Suspects smashed several decorative lights and damaged a set of aluminum boat paddles at a Braeheid Ave. home overnight on July 14.

Thieves entered an unlocked vehicle on James Street overnight on July 14 and stole an iPod and change.

On July 14, police received a report of a theft of boating equipment from a boat that had been left in storage since October 2006.

A William St. resident called police on July 14 to report the thefts of lights over several weeks. Broken garden lights were found in a nearby cemetery by the resident.

A person walking past a Dundas Street business on July 15 punched a plate glass, breaking it. The culprit was located at a nearby business and taken to McMaster Hospital for treatment. The male attended the business and made restitution to avoid criminal charges.

Police responded to several Waterdown addresses on July 15 in search of children involved in a custody dispute. The children were located and were in good health.

An out-of-towner on his way back home stopped at Tim Horton's on Hwy. 6 after purchasing a wooden bench at a Flamborough business. The driver was in the store for about 10 minutes, then returned to his truck to find the bench had been stolen out of the pickup bed.

Two vehicles parked at a Campbellville Road address were entered overnight on July 16 but nothing was stolen. A neighbour reported that their four unlocked vehicles had also been entered, with only minimal items taken. Also on July 16, several vehicles were entered on Concession 7 East, but again, nothing appeared to have been taken.

A Gameboy and associated games were either taken from a vehicle parked at a Riley St. address or fell off the vehicle while in motion on July 16.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Hamilton Street North and Parkside Drive in Waterdown on July 16.

Police responded to Waterdown District High School on July 18, after vandals moved the equipment from the daycare centre over to the public school.

A motorist filled up with almost $100 worth of gas at a Hwy. 5 gas bar then fled without paying on July 18.

A local couple returned to their car after a trip to a Waterdown shopping plaza on July 19 to find the vehicle had been "keyed."

Thieves stole a 1995 Chevrolet van containing a number of tools from a Mill Street South residence overnight on July 20.

Two intoxicated males placed an order at a Waterdown restaurant then entered the washroom and broke equipment on July 20. Police were provided the license number from the suspects' vehicle and continue to investigate.

A kit bag containing fire fighting equipment was stolen from a vehicle parked at a Harnewsorth Crescent home overnight on July 20.

Vandals spray painted the outside of a Main Street South business sometime during the night on July 20-21.

A Chudleigh St. resident woke on July 21 to find their two license plates had been stolen. In their place were two stolen plates.

Police arrest impaired driver after motorist report

News Jul 26, 2007 Flamborough Review

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

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Home and Business Entries

A house under construction on Middletown Road was entered by thieves during the afternoon of July 10. The culprits kicked in a door leading to the interior of the house from the garage. Jewellery, construction equipment and computer equipment were taken.

A Concession 6 West home and business was entered on July 12, after suspects forced open the front door. Nothing appears to have been stolen from the residence, but the thieves helped themselves to a chain saw, a cut saw and a laser level from the garage/workshop.

Thieves entered a Concession 5 West home through an insecure door on July 13 and stole computer equipment, cameras and an iPod.

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Other Incidents

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Brock Road and Concession 6 West on July 6.

Suspects vandalized a Hwy. 6 residence during the night on July 7, disassembling a fence and smashing antique lamps at the end of the driveway.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Dundas Street East and Mill Street in Waterdown on July 8.

A Melanie Cr. resident found a Triumph mountain bike which they turned over to police on July 8.

A motorcyclist collided with a deer on Concession 6 West on July 8.

Police responded to a collision at Cooper Road and Safari Road on July 9. Also on July 9, officers responded to an accident at Edith Court and Victoria Street in Waterdown.

Thieves stole the license plate from a vehicle belonging to a Laurendale Ave. resident on July 9. According to police, the thieves often use the validation sticker that they then place on their own expired plates.

A driver pumped $20 worth of gas into their vehicle at a Centre Road gas bar and then fled without paying on July 9.

Police investigated a possible breach of probation at a Flamborough trailer park on July 10. The claim turned out to be unfounded.

Children's Aid was notified on July 10, after a child custody dispute in Waterdown turned into a case of two missing youths. Police located the youths and returned them to their home.

Thieves stole a 60 hp Evinrude motor from a boat stored in the yard of a James Street home on July 11.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Brock and Safari roads on July 11.

An alert driver called 911 on July 12 to report an impaired driver. Without putting themselves in danger, the caller kept the vehicle in sight until the driver stopped at Brock Road and Hwy. 5. Police arrived and arrested a 72-year-old Dundas man.

Police responded to a Waterdown business on July 12, after an 11-year-old foster child had taken the family vehicle. The vehicle was later recovered by the Halton Police Service in their area. After a lengthy investigation that resulted in numerous contacts with many Police Services, the girl was located at Jackson Square in Hamilton.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Dundas Street East and Evans Road on July 12.

Police responded to a Hwy. 6 residence for a dispute between neighbours on July 13.

A vehicle parked at a business on Innovation Drive on July 13 was entered. A GPS system was stolen.

Police arrested a 40-year-old man on July 13 after investigating a domestic situation at a Waterdown home. The suspect allegedly made threats over the telephone. Police returned to the original address several hours later, where the man had driven a vehicle through a fence then fled on foot.

Thieves stole a set of Spalding golf clubs from the open garage of a Royaledge Way home in the first weeks of July.

Vandals went on a spree in Lynden overnight on July 14. Between 1a.m. and 7 a.m., three vehicles at one residence had their tires slashed; a nearby homeowner reported that four tires were slashed. At a third residence, the tires of four vehicles were slashed.

Police responded to three motor vehicle collisions on July 14: one at Brock Road and Concession 8 West; another at Concession 6 East and Garden Lane and another on Concession 6 East near Hwy. 6.

Suspects smashed several decorative lights and damaged a set of aluminum boat paddles at a Braeheid Ave. home overnight on July 14.

Thieves entered an unlocked vehicle on James Street overnight on July 14 and stole an iPod and change.

On July 14, police received a report of a theft of boating equipment from a boat that had been left in storage since October 2006.

A William St. resident called police on July 14 to report the thefts of lights over several weeks. Broken garden lights were found in a nearby cemetery by the resident.

A person walking past a Dundas Street business on July 15 punched a plate glass, breaking it. The culprit was located at a nearby business and taken to McMaster Hospital for treatment. The male attended the business and made restitution to avoid criminal charges.

Police responded to several Waterdown addresses on July 15 in search of children involved in a custody dispute. The children were located and were in good health.

An out-of-towner on his way back home stopped at Tim Horton's on Hwy. 6 after purchasing a wooden bench at a Flamborough business. The driver was in the store for about 10 minutes, then returned to his truck to find the bench had been stolen out of the pickup bed.

Two vehicles parked at a Campbellville Road address were entered overnight on July 16 but nothing was stolen. A neighbour reported that their four unlocked vehicles had also been entered, with only minimal items taken. Also on July 16, several vehicles were entered on Concession 7 East, but again, nothing appeared to have been taken.

A Gameboy and associated games were either taken from a vehicle parked at a Riley St. address or fell off the vehicle while in motion on July 16.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Hamilton Street North and Parkside Drive in Waterdown on July 16.

Police responded to Waterdown District High School on July 18, after vandals moved the equipment from the daycare centre over to the public school.

A motorist filled up with almost $100 worth of gas at a Hwy. 5 gas bar then fled without paying on July 18.

A local couple returned to their car after a trip to a Waterdown shopping plaza on July 19 to find the vehicle had been "keyed."

Thieves stole a 1995 Chevrolet van containing a number of tools from a Mill Street South residence overnight on July 20.

Two intoxicated males placed an order at a Waterdown restaurant then entered the washroom and broke equipment on July 20. Police were provided the license number from the suspects' vehicle and continue to investigate.

A kit bag containing fire fighting equipment was stolen from a vehicle parked at a Harnewsorth Crescent home overnight on July 20.

Vandals spray painted the outside of a Main Street South business sometime during the night on July 20-21.

A Chudleigh St. resident woke on July 21 to find their two license plates had been stolen. In their place were two stolen plates.

Police arrest impaired driver after motorist report

News Jul 26, 2007 Flamborough Review

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

* * *

Home and Business Entries

A house under construction on Middletown Road was entered by thieves during the afternoon of July 10. The culprits kicked in a door leading to the interior of the house from the garage. Jewellery, construction equipment and computer equipment were taken.

A Concession 6 West home and business was entered on July 12, after suspects forced open the front door. Nothing appears to have been stolen from the residence, but the thieves helped themselves to a chain saw, a cut saw and a laser level from the garage/workshop.

Thieves entered a Concession 5 West home through an insecure door on July 13 and stole computer equipment, cameras and an iPod.

* * *

Other Incidents

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Brock Road and Concession 6 West on July 6.

Suspects vandalized a Hwy. 6 residence during the night on July 7, disassembling a fence and smashing antique lamps at the end of the driveway.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Dundas Street East and Mill Street in Waterdown on July 8.

A Melanie Cr. resident found a Triumph mountain bike which they turned over to police on July 8.

A motorcyclist collided with a deer on Concession 6 West on July 8.

Police responded to a collision at Cooper Road and Safari Road on July 9. Also on July 9, officers responded to an accident at Edith Court and Victoria Street in Waterdown.

Thieves stole the license plate from a vehicle belonging to a Laurendale Ave. resident on July 9. According to police, the thieves often use the validation sticker that they then place on their own expired plates.

A driver pumped $20 worth of gas into their vehicle at a Centre Road gas bar and then fled without paying on July 9.

Police investigated a possible breach of probation at a Flamborough trailer park on July 10. The claim turned out to be unfounded.

Children's Aid was notified on July 10, after a child custody dispute in Waterdown turned into a case of two missing youths. Police located the youths and returned them to their home.

Thieves stole a 60 hp Evinrude motor from a boat stored in the yard of a James Street home on July 11.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Brock and Safari roads on July 11.

An alert driver called 911 on July 12 to report an impaired driver. Without putting themselves in danger, the caller kept the vehicle in sight until the driver stopped at Brock Road and Hwy. 5. Police arrived and arrested a 72-year-old Dundas man.

Police responded to a Waterdown business on July 12, after an 11-year-old foster child had taken the family vehicle. The vehicle was later recovered by the Halton Police Service in their area. After a lengthy investigation that resulted in numerous contacts with many Police Services, the girl was located at Jackson Square in Hamilton.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Dundas Street East and Evans Road on July 12.

Police responded to a Hwy. 6 residence for a dispute between neighbours on July 13.

A vehicle parked at a business on Innovation Drive on July 13 was entered. A GPS system was stolen.

Police arrested a 40-year-old man on July 13 after investigating a domestic situation at a Waterdown home. The suspect allegedly made threats over the telephone. Police returned to the original address several hours later, where the man had driven a vehicle through a fence then fled on foot.

Thieves stole a set of Spalding golf clubs from the open garage of a Royaledge Way home in the first weeks of July.

Vandals went on a spree in Lynden overnight on July 14. Between 1a.m. and 7 a.m., three vehicles at one residence had their tires slashed; a nearby homeowner reported that four tires were slashed. At a third residence, the tires of four vehicles were slashed.

Police responded to three motor vehicle collisions on July 14: one at Brock Road and Concession 8 West; another at Concession 6 East and Garden Lane and another on Concession 6 East near Hwy. 6.

Suspects smashed several decorative lights and damaged a set of aluminum boat paddles at a Braeheid Ave. home overnight on July 14.

Thieves entered an unlocked vehicle on James Street overnight on July 14 and stole an iPod and change.

On July 14, police received a report of a theft of boating equipment from a boat that had been left in storage since October 2006.

A William St. resident called police on July 14 to report the thefts of lights over several weeks. Broken garden lights were found in a nearby cemetery by the resident.

A person walking past a Dundas Street business on July 15 punched a plate glass, breaking it. The culprit was located at a nearby business and taken to McMaster Hospital for treatment. The male attended the business and made restitution to avoid criminal charges.

Police responded to several Waterdown addresses on July 15 in search of children involved in a custody dispute. The children were located and were in good health.

An out-of-towner on his way back home stopped at Tim Horton's on Hwy. 6 after purchasing a wooden bench at a Flamborough business. The driver was in the store for about 10 minutes, then returned to his truck to find the bench had been stolen out of the pickup bed.

Two vehicles parked at a Campbellville Road address were entered overnight on July 16 but nothing was stolen. A neighbour reported that their four unlocked vehicles had also been entered, with only minimal items taken. Also on July 16, several vehicles were entered on Concession 7 East, but again, nothing appeared to have been taken.

A Gameboy and associated games were either taken from a vehicle parked at a Riley St. address or fell off the vehicle while in motion on July 16.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Hamilton Street North and Parkside Drive in Waterdown on July 16.

Police responded to Waterdown District High School on July 18, after vandals moved the equipment from the daycare centre over to the public school.

A motorist filled up with almost $100 worth of gas at a Hwy. 5 gas bar then fled without paying on July 18.

A local couple returned to their car after a trip to a Waterdown shopping plaza on July 19 to find the vehicle had been "keyed."

Thieves stole a 1995 Chevrolet van containing a number of tools from a Mill Street South residence overnight on July 20.

Two intoxicated males placed an order at a Waterdown restaurant then entered the washroom and broke equipment on July 20. Police were provided the license number from the suspects' vehicle and continue to investigate.

A kit bag containing fire fighting equipment was stolen from a vehicle parked at a Harnewsorth Crescent home overnight on July 20.

Vandals spray painted the outside of a Main Street South business sometime during the night on July 20-21.

A Chudleigh St. resident woke on July 21 to find their two license plates had been stolen. In their place were two stolen plates.