Hunter returns to vehicle to find gun case, ammunition stolen

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

Hungry thieves broke into an outbuilding at a 5th Concession W. business on November 14 and stole food from a freezer.

Police are investigating whether anything was stolen after suspects broke into a Hwy. 5 W. business and ransacked the office during the evening on November 15.

A Weneil Drive resident stepped out for a short period of time over the dinner hour on November 16. When they returned, they found someone had kicked in a rear window to get inside and steal a laptop computer and jewellery.

A business on Rock Chapel Road was entered overnight on November 19 and a Dodge mini van was stolen.

Thieves stole a box trailer from the locked compound of a Hwy. 6 North business on November 23.

Police are compiling a list of stolen items after suspects climbed to a second floor window and entered an Acredale Drive home on November 24.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a North Flamborough address on November 6 to assist a couple in a domestic situation.

Police responded to a Greensville home where a mother was having problems with a 15-year-old son on November 8.

A hunter left his vehicle parked on Valens Road on November 9 and returned to find that it had been broken into. A gun case and ammunition were stolen.

A trailer was stolen overnight on November 10 from a business located on Brock Road.

Police responded on November 11 to Concession 12 East where a 1991 Chevrolet pick up truck was fully engulfed in flames.

A 46-year-old man was charged with impaired operation of a vehicle after being pulled over by police on Parkside Drive on November 12.The driver was taken for breath tests, which showed in excess of 80 mg.

Police were asked to investigate several incidents of vandalism to the newly installed sidewalks in Lynden on November 13.

A driver filled up at a Hwy. 5 gas bar on November 13 then drove off without paying.

Police responded to a neighbour problem call on Concession 8 West on November 14.

Thieves stole a 1994 Dodge Caravan from the driveway of a 5th Concession West home on November 14.

Several youths were seen dumping a stolen Dodge Caravan at a 4th Concession west greenhouse operation on November 16. The vehicle had earlier been stolen from the Waterloo area.

Police responded to a Flamborough group home where a resident had assaulted a worker on November 16.

A resident at a Flamborough group home was arrested then released on further conditions after assaulting a staff member on November 17.

Police assisted residents at a Flamborough group home on November 17.

Thieves stole a 2000 Polaris ATV from a Cooper Road address on November 18.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 6 on November 18. The driver turned out to be under suspension.

Police assisted with an ongoing neighbour dispute on the 8th Concession West on November 18.

A customer at a Hwy. 6 gas bar drove off without paying on November 19.

Police responded to Rock Chapel United Church, where a stolen Dodge Caravan was located on November 20.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on November 21 to mediate between two siblings.

A student reported the theft of their wallet from the change room at Waterdown District H.S. on November 22.

A driver received a 12-hour suspension on November 22, after being pulled over by police on Barton Street in Waterdown.

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. If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, then call the Mountain Police Station at 905-546-4930.

Remember, the Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by Police and Volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre (905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809) has a police officer working Monday 8 am to 3:50 pm, Tuesday to Saturday 8 am to 11:50 pm.

Hunter returns to vehicle to find gun case, ammunition stolen

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

Hungry thieves broke into an outbuilding at a 5th Concession W. business on November 14 and stole food from a freezer.

Police are investigating whether anything was stolen after suspects broke into a Hwy. 5 W. business and ransacked the office during the evening on November 15.

A Weneil Drive resident stepped out for a short period of time over the dinner hour on November 16. When they returned, they found someone had kicked in a rear window to get inside and steal a laptop computer and jewellery.

A business on Rock Chapel Road was entered overnight on November 19 and a Dodge mini van was stolen.

Thieves stole a box trailer from the locked compound of a Hwy. 6 North business on November 23.

Police are compiling a list of stolen items after suspects climbed to a second floor window and entered an Acredale Drive home on November 24.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a North Flamborough address on November 6 to assist a couple in a domestic situation.

Police responded to a Greensville home where a mother was having problems with a 15-year-old son on November 8.

A hunter left his vehicle parked on Valens Road on November 9 and returned to find that it had been broken into. A gun case and ammunition were stolen.

A trailer was stolen overnight on November 10 from a business located on Brock Road.

Police responded on November 11 to Concession 12 East where a 1991 Chevrolet pick up truck was fully engulfed in flames.

A 46-year-old man was charged with impaired operation of a vehicle after being pulled over by police on Parkside Drive on November 12.The driver was taken for breath tests, which showed in excess of 80 mg.

Police were asked to investigate several incidents of vandalism to the newly installed sidewalks in Lynden on November 13.

A driver filled up at a Hwy. 5 gas bar on November 13 then drove off without paying.

Police responded to a neighbour problem call on Concession 8 West on November 14.

Thieves stole a 1994 Dodge Caravan from the driveway of a 5th Concession West home on November 14.

Several youths were seen dumping a stolen Dodge Caravan at a 4th Concession west greenhouse operation on November 16. The vehicle had earlier been stolen from the Waterloo area.

Police responded to a Flamborough group home where a resident had assaulted a worker on November 16.

A resident at a Flamborough group home was arrested then released on further conditions after assaulting a staff member on November 17.

Police assisted residents at a Flamborough group home on November 17.

Thieves stole a 2000 Polaris ATV from a Cooper Road address on November 18.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 6 on November 18. The driver turned out to be under suspension.

Police assisted with an ongoing neighbour dispute on the 8th Concession West on November 18.

A customer at a Hwy. 6 gas bar drove off without paying on November 19.

Police responded to Rock Chapel United Church, where a stolen Dodge Caravan was located on November 20.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on November 21 to mediate between two siblings.

A student reported the theft of their wallet from the change room at Waterdown District H.S. on November 22.

A driver received a 12-hour suspension on November 22, after being pulled over by police on Barton Street in Waterdown.

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. If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, then call the Mountain Police Station at 905-546-4930.

Remember, the Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by Police and Volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre (905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809) has a police officer working Monday 8 am to 3:50 pm, Tuesday to Saturday 8 am to 11:50 pm.

Hunter returns to vehicle to find gun case, ammunition stolen

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

Hungry thieves broke into an outbuilding at a 5th Concession W. business on November 14 and stole food from a freezer.

Police are investigating whether anything was stolen after suspects broke into a Hwy. 5 W. business and ransacked the office during the evening on November 15.

A Weneil Drive resident stepped out for a short period of time over the dinner hour on November 16. When they returned, they found someone had kicked in a rear window to get inside and steal a laptop computer and jewellery.

A business on Rock Chapel Road was entered overnight on November 19 and a Dodge mini van was stolen.

Thieves stole a box trailer from the locked compound of a Hwy. 6 North business on November 23.

Police are compiling a list of stolen items after suspects climbed to a second floor window and entered an Acredale Drive home on November 24.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a North Flamborough address on November 6 to assist a couple in a domestic situation.

Police responded to a Greensville home where a mother was having problems with a 15-year-old son on November 8.

A hunter left his vehicle parked on Valens Road on November 9 and returned to find that it had been broken into. A gun case and ammunition were stolen.

A trailer was stolen overnight on November 10 from a business located on Brock Road.

Police responded on November 11 to Concession 12 East where a 1991 Chevrolet pick up truck was fully engulfed in flames.

A 46-year-old man was charged with impaired operation of a vehicle after being pulled over by police on Parkside Drive on November 12.The driver was taken for breath tests, which showed in excess of 80 mg.

Police were asked to investigate several incidents of vandalism to the newly installed sidewalks in Lynden on November 13.

A driver filled up at a Hwy. 5 gas bar on November 13 then drove off without paying.

Police responded to a neighbour problem call on Concession 8 West on November 14.

Thieves stole a 1994 Dodge Caravan from the driveway of a 5th Concession West home on November 14.

Several youths were seen dumping a stolen Dodge Caravan at a 4th Concession west greenhouse operation on November 16. The vehicle had earlier been stolen from the Waterloo area.

Police responded to a Flamborough group home where a resident had assaulted a worker on November 16.

A resident at a Flamborough group home was arrested then released on further conditions after assaulting a staff member on November 17.

Police assisted residents at a Flamborough group home on November 17.

Thieves stole a 2000 Polaris ATV from a Cooper Road address on November 18.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 6 on November 18. The driver turned out to be under suspension.

Police assisted with an ongoing neighbour dispute on the 8th Concession West on November 18.

A customer at a Hwy. 6 gas bar drove off without paying on November 19.

Police responded to Rock Chapel United Church, where a stolen Dodge Caravan was located on November 20.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on November 21 to mediate between two siblings.

A student reported the theft of their wallet from the change room at Waterdown District H.S. on November 22.

A driver received a 12-hour suspension on November 22, after being pulled over by police on Barton Street in Waterdown.

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. If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, then call the Mountain Police Station at 905-546-4930.

Remember, the Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by Police and Volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre (905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809) has a police officer working Monday 8 am to 3:50 pm, Tuesday to Saturday 8 am to 11:50 pm.