Adult feud comes to a boil at children's Christmas concert

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

An Edgewood Road resident returned home on December 15 to find that thieves had been in the house. Stolen were a variety of computer games and systems.

Thieves broke into a locked compound at a Hwy. 5 business on December 19 and stole a Ford dump truck and a homemade trailer that held a 1997 Bobcat.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

Thieves attempted to steal a 2003 Chevrolet Impala from the Flamborough Slots parking lot on December 19.

A 2001 GMC pick up truck was stolen from a Hwy. 8 address sometime during the afternoon of December 19.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A Flamborough man was involved in a motor vehicle collision the night of the Flamborough Christmas parade, November 26. Police attended the scene and the male was arrested for impaired operation. Breath tests resulted in further charges of 'over 80 mg.'

A customer at a West Flamborough Christmas tree farm on December 10 selected a tree, placed it in their truck and then drove past the gate attendant failing to pay for the tree.

A 5th Concession West resident had the windshield of their car smashed out on December 12.

Police pulled over a driver on Dundas Street East while conducting speeding enforcement on December 14. The person was operating a vehicle while under a license suspension.

Police stopped a vehicle exiting a Hamilton Street plaza on December 15. The driver had been drinking and a screening device demand was made. The driver failed to provide a sample and was arrested. The male was then released to appear in court on a later date

Trespassers caused a lot of damage at a Flamborough quarry on December 17. After entering the property, they stole keys to several vehicles and discharged several fire extinguishers.

Police responded to a Concession 5 West address on December 17 for a domestic incident.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 6 on December 18 for a speeding offence. Investigation led to a 12-hour license suspension after the driver received a "warn" on the screening device.

A Flamborough resident visited the Dundas Policing Centre on December 18 to report an assault.

Police responded to a Dundas Street business on December 19 after a male entered the store and stole a lap top computer. Police continue their investigation after being provided a license number for a vehicle seen leaving the area at the time.

The owner of a home undergoing renovations called police on December 19 to dispose of ammunition and other unwanted property.

Thieves stole a set of Christmas lights from a Greensville area home on December 20. This was the second set stolen from the same address this year.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on December 20, after the family received harassing telephone calls.

A very old feud boiled over at a Waterdown area school on December 20, when two adults saw each other at the children's Christmas concert.

Police responded to a domestic situation at a Hwy. 5 business on December 21. Police provided information and assistance.

Police responded to a Greensville area home for a domestic situation on December 21. Investigation led to the arrest of a male who had fled the home and was located in the Toronto area. He was charged with assault with a weapon and threatening and was held for a bail hearing.

A Waterdown resident reported harassing telephone calls to police on December 21.

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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 at 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.

Adult feud comes to a boil at children's Christmas concert

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

An Edgewood Road resident returned home on December 15 to find that thieves had been in the house. Stolen were a variety of computer games and systems.

Thieves broke into a locked compound at a Hwy. 5 business on December 19 and stole a Ford dump truck and a homemade trailer that held a 1997 Bobcat.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

Thieves attempted to steal a 2003 Chevrolet Impala from the Flamborough Slots parking lot on December 19.

A 2001 GMC pick up truck was stolen from a Hwy. 8 address sometime during the afternoon of December 19.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A Flamborough man was involved in a motor vehicle collision the night of the Flamborough Christmas parade, November 26. Police attended the scene and the male was arrested for impaired operation. Breath tests resulted in further charges of 'over 80 mg.'

A customer at a West Flamborough Christmas tree farm on December 10 selected a tree, placed it in their truck and then drove past the gate attendant failing to pay for the tree.

A 5th Concession West resident had the windshield of their car smashed out on December 12.

Police pulled over a driver on Dundas Street East while conducting speeding enforcement on December 14. The person was operating a vehicle while under a license suspension.

Police stopped a vehicle exiting a Hamilton Street plaza on December 15. The driver had been drinking and a screening device demand was made. The driver failed to provide a sample and was arrested. The male was then released to appear in court on a later date

Trespassers caused a lot of damage at a Flamborough quarry on December 17. After entering the property, they stole keys to several vehicles and discharged several fire extinguishers.

Police responded to a Concession 5 West address on December 17 for a domestic incident.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 6 on December 18 for a speeding offence. Investigation led to a 12-hour license suspension after the driver received a "warn" on the screening device.

A Flamborough resident visited the Dundas Policing Centre on December 18 to report an assault.

Police responded to a Dundas Street business on December 19 after a male entered the store and stole a lap top computer. Police continue their investigation after being provided a license number for a vehicle seen leaving the area at the time.

The owner of a home undergoing renovations called police on December 19 to dispose of ammunition and other unwanted property.

Thieves stole a set of Christmas lights from a Greensville area home on December 20. This was the second set stolen from the same address this year.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on December 20, after the family received harassing telephone calls.

A very old feud boiled over at a Waterdown area school on December 20, when two adults saw each other at the children's Christmas concert.

Police responded to a domestic situation at a Hwy. 5 business on December 21. Police provided information and assistance.

Police responded to a Greensville area home for a domestic situation on December 21. Investigation led to the arrest of a male who had fled the home and was located in the Toronto area. He was charged with assault with a weapon and threatening and was held for a bail hearing.

A Waterdown resident reported harassing telephone calls to police on December 21.

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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 at 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.

Adult feud comes to a boil at children's Christmas concert

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

An Edgewood Road resident returned home on December 15 to find that thieves had been in the house. Stolen were a variety of computer games and systems.

Thieves broke into a locked compound at a Hwy. 5 business on December 19 and stole a Ford dump truck and a homemade trailer that held a 1997 Bobcat.

STOLEN AUTOS/THEFT FROM AUTOS

Thieves attempted to steal a 2003 Chevrolet Impala from the Flamborough Slots parking lot on December 19.

A 2001 GMC pick up truck was stolen from a Hwy. 8 address sometime during the afternoon of December 19.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A Flamborough man was involved in a motor vehicle collision the night of the Flamborough Christmas parade, November 26. Police attended the scene and the male was arrested for impaired operation. Breath tests resulted in further charges of 'over 80 mg.'

A customer at a West Flamborough Christmas tree farm on December 10 selected a tree, placed it in their truck and then drove past the gate attendant failing to pay for the tree.

A 5th Concession West resident had the windshield of their car smashed out on December 12.

Police pulled over a driver on Dundas Street East while conducting speeding enforcement on December 14. The person was operating a vehicle while under a license suspension.

Police stopped a vehicle exiting a Hamilton Street plaza on December 15. The driver had been drinking and a screening device demand was made. The driver failed to provide a sample and was arrested. The male was then released to appear in court on a later date

Trespassers caused a lot of damage at a Flamborough quarry on December 17. After entering the property, they stole keys to several vehicles and discharged several fire extinguishers.

Police responded to a Concession 5 West address on December 17 for a domestic incident.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 6 on December 18 for a speeding offence. Investigation led to a 12-hour license suspension after the driver received a "warn" on the screening device.

A Flamborough resident visited the Dundas Policing Centre on December 18 to report an assault.

Police responded to a Dundas Street business on December 19 after a male entered the store and stole a lap top computer. Police continue their investigation after being provided a license number for a vehicle seen leaving the area at the time.

The owner of a home undergoing renovations called police on December 19 to dispose of ammunition and other unwanted property.

Thieves stole a set of Christmas lights from a Greensville area home on December 20. This was the second set stolen from the same address this year.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on December 20, after the family received harassing telephone calls.

A very old feud boiled over at a Waterdown area school on December 20, when two adults saw each other at the children's Christmas concert.

Police responded to a domestic situation at a Hwy. 5 business on December 21. Police provided information and assistance.

Police responded to a Greensville area home for a domestic situation on December 21. Investigation led to the arrest of a male who had fled the home and was located in the Toronto area. He was charged with assault with a weapon and threatening and was held for a bail hearing.

A Waterdown resident reported harassing telephone calls to police on December 21.

* * *

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 at 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.