Barking dog alerts homeowners to late night snowblower theft

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

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

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

An Ainsley Road resident returned home on November 25 to find that someone had forced open the front door during the late afternoon hours. Several rooms were ransacked and many small items stolen.

An 8th Concession West resident heard their dog barking in the early morning hours on November 26. The resident looked outside and saw a blue pick up truck leaving the area. Further investigation revealed that a Craftsman snow blower was stolen from of a previously locked shed.

Several appliances as well as building materials were taken from William Street residence, currently under renovations on November 27.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A 1996 GMC pick up truck with a snow plow attachment was stolen from a Regional Road 97 parking lot on November 15.

A 2000 Chrysler Neon was stolen from the parking area at a Parkside Drive long-term care facility during the evening on November 24.

A 1992 Chevrolet pick up truck with a Lincoln welder on the back was stolen from a Brock Road address overnight on November 28.

Thieves pulled off a switch at the YMCA on Parkside Drive on November 30. After dumping a 1992 Dodge van, they helped themselves to a Chrysler Intrepid while the owner was inside the facility.

A Beaumaris Court resident came out to their car on November 30 to find that one of its Goodyear tires was removed during the night. The vehicle was parked on the street.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police were asked on November 12 to investigate the theft of several " for sale " signs at a residence in West Flamborough.

Police responded to a Centre Road address on November 21 to assist and offer advice in a domestic situation.

A female was arrested at a Centre Road address on November 22 after being involved in a domestic situation. She was charged with assault with a weapon.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on November 23 to investigate a possible harassment complaint.

Police responded to a Waterdown grocery store on November 24 and arrested an 18-year-old female caught shoplifting.

Would-be thieves damaged a vehicle at a Parkside Drive business when they attempted to steal it on November 24.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on November 26 to assist and offer advice in a child custody dispute.

Police responded to a North Flamborough home for a domestic situation on November 26.

Thieves helped themselves to a 10 hp Craftsman snow blower from the side of Dundas St. home on November 26.

Police responded to a Hwy. 8 residence where a dating couple was involved in a verbal argument on November 26

Thieves stole an enclosed trailer parked in front of a William Street address on November 27.

Police investigated a rather lengthy domestic situation that resulted in a male being arrested and charged with four counts of Assault Level 1 on November 27.

Police responded to a West Flamborough address on November 28 to assist and offer advice in a domestic related harassing telephone calls incident.

HPS provided a loss prevention audit at a Dundas Street East business after an internal theft was discovered at the store.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots for a trespasser on November 29.

Police responded to a Waterdown home for a family trouble incident on November 30.

Flamboro Slots staff called in police on November 30, to investigate the theft of tokens from one patron by another patron.

Police responded to a Concession 8 West address for a family trouble situation on November 30.

Police responded to a Freelton group home on December 1, after a resident damaged a worker's personal vehicle.

A family called for police to assist with trouble between a father and son at a 5th Concession East address on December 1.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on December 1, after a man showed up at the residence of his ex-partner and a disturbance occurred.

Emergency Services responded to a truck fire on 6th Concession West on December 3.

Police were called to a Hamilton Street North business to deal with an internal theft on December 4.

Anyone who needs either one of the Emergency Services for an emergency situation, call 911.

If it is not an emergency but are still in need of a police officer to respond to the situation, call Police Communications at 905-546-4925.

After reaching the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

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

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 on duty every Monday from 8 am to 3:50 p.m., and Tuesdays to Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.

Barking dog alerts homeowners to late night snowblower theft

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

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

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

An Ainsley Road resident returned home on November 25 to find that someone had forced open the front door during the late afternoon hours. Several rooms were ransacked and many small items stolen.

An 8th Concession West resident heard their dog barking in the early morning hours on November 26. The resident looked outside and saw a blue pick up truck leaving the area. Further investigation revealed that a Craftsman snow blower was stolen from of a previously locked shed.

Several appliances as well as building materials were taken from William Street residence, currently under renovations on November 27.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A 1996 GMC pick up truck with a snow plow attachment was stolen from a Regional Road 97 parking lot on November 15.

A 2000 Chrysler Neon was stolen from the parking area at a Parkside Drive long-term care facility during the evening on November 24.

A 1992 Chevrolet pick up truck with a Lincoln welder on the back was stolen from a Brock Road address overnight on November 28.

Thieves pulled off a switch at the YMCA on Parkside Drive on November 30. After dumping a 1992 Dodge van, they helped themselves to a Chrysler Intrepid while the owner was inside the facility.

A Beaumaris Court resident came out to their car on November 30 to find that one of its Goodyear tires was removed during the night. The vehicle was parked on the street.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police were asked on November 12 to investigate the theft of several " for sale " signs at a residence in West Flamborough.

Police responded to a Centre Road address on November 21 to assist and offer advice in a domestic situation.

A female was arrested at a Centre Road address on November 22 after being involved in a domestic situation. She was charged with assault with a weapon.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on November 23 to investigate a possible harassment complaint.

Police responded to a Waterdown grocery store on November 24 and arrested an 18-year-old female caught shoplifting.

Would-be thieves damaged a vehicle at a Parkside Drive business when they attempted to steal it on November 24.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on November 26 to assist and offer advice in a child custody dispute.

Police responded to a North Flamborough home for a domestic situation on November 26.

Thieves helped themselves to a 10 hp Craftsman snow blower from the side of Dundas St. home on November 26.

Police responded to a Hwy. 8 residence where a dating couple was involved in a verbal argument on November 26

Thieves stole an enclosed trailer parked in front of a William Street address on November 27.

Police investigated a rather lengthy domestic situation that resulted in a male being arrested and charged with four counts of Assault Level 1 on November 27.

Police responded to a West Flamborough address on November 28 to assist and offer advice in a domestic related harassing telephone calls incident.

HPS provided a loss prevention audit at a Dundas Street East business after an internal theft was discovered at the store.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots for a trespasser on November 29.

Police responded to a Waterdown home for a family trouble incident on November 30.

Flamboro Slots staff called in police on November 30, to investigate the theft of tokens from one patron by another patron.

Police responded to a Concession 8 West address for a family trouble situation on November 30.

Police responded to a Freelton group home on December 1, after a resident damaged a worker's personal vehicle.

A family called for police to assist with trouble between a father and son at a 5th Concession East address on December 1.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on December 1, after a man showed up at the residence of his ex-partner and a disturbance occurred.

Emergency Services responded to a truck fire on 6th Concession West on December 3.

Police were called to a Hamilton Street North business to deal with an internal theft on December 4.

Anyone who needs either one of the Emergency Services for an emergency situation, call 911.

If it is not an emergency but are still in need of a police officer to respond to the situation, call Police Communications at 905-546-4925.

After reaching the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

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

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 on duty every Monday from 8 am to 3:50 p.m., and Tuesdays to Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.

Barking dog alerts homeowners to late night snowblower theft

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

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

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

An Ainsley Road resident returned home on November 25 to find that someone had forced open the front door during the late afternoon hours. Several rooms were ransacked and many small items stolen.

An 8th Concession West resident heard their dog barking in the early morning hours on November 26. The resident looked outside and saw a blue pick up truck leaving the area. Further investigation revealed that a Craftsman snow blower was stolen from of a previously locked shed.

Several appliances as well as building materials were taken from William Street residence, currently under renovations on November 27.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

A 1996 GMC pick up truck with a snow plow attachment was stolen from a Regional Road 97 parking lot on November 15.

A 2000 Chrysler Neon was stolen from the parking area at a Parkside Drive long-term care facility during the evening on November 24.

A 1992 Chevrolet pick up truck with a Lincoln welder on the back was stolen from a Brock Road address overnight on November 28.

Thieves pulled off a switch at the YMCA on Parkside Drive on November 30. After dumping a 1992 Dodge van, they helped themselves to a Chrysler Intrepid while the owner was inside the facility.

A Beaumaris Court resident came out to their car on November 30 to find that one of its Goodyear tires was removed during the night. The vehicle was parked on the street.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police were asked on November 12 to investigate the theft of several " for sale " signs at a residence in West Flamborough.

Police responded to a Centre Road address on November 21 to assist and offer advice in a domestic situation.

A female was arrested at a Centre Road address on November 22 after being involved in a domestic situation. She was charged with assault with a weapon.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on November 23 to investigate a possible harassment complaint.

Police responded to a Waterdown grocery store on November 24 and arrested an 18-year-old female caught shoplifting.

Would-be thieves damaged a vehicle at a Parkside Drive business when they attempted to steal it on November 24.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on November 26 to assist and offer advice in a child custody dispute.

Police responded to a North Flamborough home for a domestic situation on November 26.

Thieves helped themselves to a 10 hp Craftsman snow blower from the side of Dundas St. home on November 26.

Police responded to a Hwy. 8 residence where a dating couple was involved in a verbal argument on November 26

Thieves stole an enclosed trailer parked in front of a William Street address on November 27.

Police investigated a rather lengthy domestic situation that resulted in a male being arrested and charged with four counts of Assault Level 1 on November 27.

Police responded to a West Flamborough address on November 28 to assist and offer advice in a domestic related harassing telephone calls incident.

HPS provided a loss prevention audit at a Dundas Street East business after an internal theft was discovered at the store.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots for a trespasser on November 29.

Police responded to a Waterdown home for a family trouble incident on November 30.

Flamboro Slots staff called in police on November 30, to investigate the theft of tokens from one patron by another patron.

Police responded to a Concession 8 West address for a family trouble situation on November 30.

Police responded to a Freelton group home on December 1, after a resident damaged a worker's personal vehicle.

A family called for police to assist with trouble between a father and son at a 5th Concession East address on December 1.

Police responded to a Waterdown address on December 1, after a man showed up at the residence of his ex-partner and a disturbance occurred.

Emergency Services responded to a truck fire on 6th Concession West on December 3.

Police were called to a Hamilton Street North business to deal with an internal theft on December 4.

Anyone who needs either one of the Emergency Services for an emergency situation, call 911.

If it is not an emergency but are still in need of a police officer to respond to the situation, call Police Communications at 905-546-4925.

After reaching the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

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

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 on duty every Monday from 8 am to 3:50 p.m., and Tuesdays to Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.