Youths apologize to families for damaging Christmas lights

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 home under construction in the Orkney area was entered during the night on December 5. The builder arrived the next morning to find that the two furnaces had been dismantled and then removed. Construction equipment and tools were also missing.

A Carlisle Road resident returned home just after the dinner hour on December 5 to find that thieves had just left the home. Several items had been taken, but it appeared the suspects left other items behind because they were scared off.

A 4th Concession West resident was alerted by pager on December 7 that their home alarm had been activated. The homeowner returned promptly, and found tire tracks and evidence that someone had tried to break in, but the suspects were unsuccessful.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A Waterdown resident reported the theft or loss of two ladders that were on the top of a work van on Dec. 3.

Hamilton Police assisted Guelph OPP in their search for a male that had fled a house on Flamborough's northernmost border on December 5.

On Dec. 5, a 5th Concession resident reported that a business van had been stolen from their home sometime over the previous couple of days.

A vehicle parked on Niska Drive was hit with paint balls on December 5.

A Waterdown family visited the Dundas Policing Centre on December 5 to report an ongoing criminal harassment complaint.

Police and the Children's Aid Society responded to a 6th Concession West home on December 6 to deal with a child custody dispute.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on December 6 for a family trouble call. Police attempted to mediate and provide assistance.

Two families in the Greensville area reported the theft or damage of outdoor Christmas lights stolen on December 7. Police located the three culprits. The youths were returned to the scenes of the crimes, provided apologies and offered restitution. Police issued cautions for the offences.

Youths apologize to families for damaging Christmas lights

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 home under construction in the Orkney area was entered during the night on December 5. The builder arrived the next morning to find that the two furnaces had been dismantled and then removed. Construction equipment and tools were also missing.

A Carlisle Road resident returned home just after the dinner hour on December 5 to find that thieves had just left the home. Several items had been taken, but it appeared the suspects left other items behind because they were scared off.

A 4th Concession West resident was alerted by pager on December 7 that their home alarm had been activated. The homeowner returned promptly, and found tire tracks and evidence that someone had tried to break in, but the suspects were unsuccessful.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A Waterdown resident reported the theft or loss of two ladders that were on the top of a work van on Dec. 3.

Hamilton Police assisted Guelph OPP in their search for a male that had fled a house on Flamborough's northernmost border on December 5.

On Dec. 5, a 5th Concession resident reported that a business van had been stolen from their home sometime over the previous couple of days.

A vehicle parked on Niska Drive was hit with paint balls on December 5.

A Waterdown family visited the Dundas Policing Centre on December 5 to report an ongoing criminal harassment complaint.

Police and the Children's Aid Society responded to a 6th Concession West home on December 6 to deal with a child custody dispute.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on December 6 for a family trouble call. Police attempted to mediate and provide assistance.

Two families in the Greensville area reported the theft or damage of outdoor Christmas lights stolen on December 7. Police located the three culprits. The youths were returned to the scenes of the crimes, provided apologies and offered restitution. Police issued cautions for the offences.

Youths apologize to families for damaging Christmas lights

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 home under construction in the Orkney area was entered during the night on December 5. The builder arrived the next morning to find that the two furnaces had been dismantled and then removed. Construction equipment and tools were also missing.

A Carlisle Road resident returned home just after the dinner hour on December 5 to find that thieves had just left the home. Several items had been taken, but it appeared the suspects left other items behind because they were scared off.

A 4th Concession West resident was alerted by pager on December 7 that their home alarm had been activated. The homeowner returned promptly, and found tire tracks and evidence that someone had tried to break in, but the suspects were unsuccessful.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A Waterdown resident reported the theft or loss of two ladders that were on the top of a work van on Dec. 3.

Hamilton Police assisted Guelph OPP in their search for a male that had fled a house on Flamborough's northernmost border on December 5.

On Dec. 5, a 5th Concession resident reported that a business van had been stolen from their home sometime over the previous couple of days.

A vehicle parked on Niska Drive was hit with paint balls on December 5.

A Waterdown family visited the Dundas Policing Centre on December 5 to report an ongoing criminal harassment complaint.

Police and the Children's Aid Society responded to a 6th Concession West home on December 6 to deal with a child custody dispute.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on December 6 for a family trouble call. Police attempted to mediate and provide assistance.

Two families in the Greensville area reported the theft or damage of outdoor Christmas lights stolen on December 7. Police located the three culprits. The youths were returned to the scenes of the crimes, provided apologies and offered restitution. Police issued cautions for the offences.