Thieves test luck in Slots parking lot

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

Suspects broke into a locked construction trailer at a Middletown Road address on January 2 and stole a quantity of tools.

A locked trailer full of merchandise was stolen from a Brock Road address overnight on January 2.

Other Incidents

On Dec. 23, hockey players at a local arena came off the ice to discover that culprits had stolen a quantity of money from clothes left in the dressing room by the players.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence for a robbery investigation on December 27. While in the area, police located a male who was breaching conditions of his probation.

Two suspects assaulted a cab driver on December 27, then fled to an apartment complex on John Street West in Waterdown. Investigation led to the arrest of the pair.

Police responded to an 8th Concession West residence on December 28 for a verbal argument concerning child care issues.

Police responded to a John Street West address on December 28, for an attempted fraud involving a senior.

A Campbellville Road resident reported a trespassing incident on December 28.

Thieves helped themselves to money in purses at a Waterdown business on December 29.

Police assisted an 8th Concession Road West family with a domestic situation on December 29.

On December 29, police responded to a family trouble call involving a son and his parents in Waterdown.

A Hamilton woman who had earlier been reported missing was discovered at a Brock Road business during a routine check of the area on December 29. She was found unconscious and had taken a dangerous quantity of pills. The officers called paramedics, who rushed the woman to hospital.

A Hwy. 5 West resident reported harassing phone calls on December 30.

Police stopped a speeding vehicle on Hwy. 6 on December 31. The driver had been consuming alcohol and further tests resulted in a 12-hour license suspension.

Officers offered advice to an 8th Concession West couple engaged in a domestic situation on January 1.

A Flamborough group home resident, who had already breached conditions of previous releases, assaulted a staff member on January 2.

Police responded to a Hwy. 6 address to assist with a domestic situation on January 3.

A small Sentry safe was discovered in a Parkside Dr. ditch on January 4 as mild weather led to melting snow along the roadway. The safe had been pried open and appeared to have been there for a period of time.

Police responded to a rural address on January 4 to investigate an allegation of child abuse.

A visitor to Flamboro Slots on January 4 returned to the parking lot to find that their 2003 GMC Sierra had been stolen.

Also on January 4, a second patron at Flamboro Slots discovered that their 1999 GMC Sierra had been stolen. The vehicle is red, bears Nova Scotia plates and has a Honda generator mounted in the rear.

Thieves tried to make it three times lucky at the Slots parking lot on January 4, and attempted to steal a rental car belonging to a visitor from England. While they were unable to take the vehicle, the suspects did manage to steal some personal items..

Police located a stolen Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck on Hwy. 8 on January 5.

Thieves test luck in Slots parking lot

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

Suspects broke into a locked construction trailer at a Middletown Road address on January 2 and stole a quantity of tools.

A locked trailer full of merchandise was stolen from a Brock Road address overnight on January 2.

Other Incidents

On Dec. 23, hockey players at a local arena came off the ice to discover that culprits had stolen a quantity of money from clothes left in the dressing room by the players.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence for a robbery investigation on December 27. While in the area, police located a male who was breaching conditions of his probation.

Two suspects assaulted a cab driver on December 27, then fled to an apartment complex on John Street West in Waterdown. Investigation led to the arrest of the pair.

Police responded to an 8th Concession West residence on December 28 for a verbal argument concerning child care issues.

Police responded to a John Street West address on December 28, for an attempted fraud involving a senior.

A Campbellville Road resident reported a trespassing incident on December 28.

Thieves helped themselves to money in purses at a Waterdown business on December 29.

Police assisted an 8th Concession Road West family with a domestic situation on December 29.

On December 29, police responded to a family trouble call involving a son and his parents in Waterdown.

A Hamilton woman who had earlier been reported missing was discovered at a Brock Road business during a routine check of the area on December 29. She was found unconscious and had taken a dangerous quantity of pills. The officers called paramedics, who rushed the woman to hospital.

A Hwy. 5 West resident reported harassing phone calls on December 30.

Police stopped a speeding vehicle on Hwy. 6 on December 31. The driver had been consuming alcohol and further tests resulted in a 12-hour license suspension.

Officers offered advice to an 8th Concession West couple engaged in a domestic situation on January 1.

A Flamborough group home resident, who had already breached conditions of previous releases, assaulted a staff member on January 2.

Police responded to a Hwy. 6 address to assist with a domestic situation on January 3.

A small Sentry safe was discovered in a Parkside Dr. ditch on January 4 as mild weather led to melting snow along the roadway. The safe had been pried open and appeared to have been there for a period of time.

Police responded to a rural address on January 4 to investigate an allegation of child abuse.

A visitor to Flamboro Slots on January 4 returned to the parking lot to find that their 2003 GMC Sierra had been stolen.

Also on January 4, a second patron at Flamboro Slots discovered that their 1999 GMC Sierra had been stolen. The vehicle is red, bears Nova Scotia plates and has a Honda generator mounted in the rear.

Thieves tried to make it three times lucky at the Slots parking lot on January 4, and attempted to steal a rental car belonging to a visitor from England. While they were unable to take the vehicle, the suspects did manage to steal some personal items..

Police located a stolen Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck on Hwy. 8 on January 5.

Thieves test luck in Slots parking lot

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

Suspects broke into a locked construction trailer at a Middletown Road address on January 2 and stole a quantity of tools.

A locked trailer full of merchandise was stolen from a Brock Road address overnight on January 2.

Other Incidents

On Dec. 23, hockey players at a local arena came off the ice to discover that culprits had stolen a quantity of money from clothes left in the dressing room by the players.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence for a robbery investigation on December 27. While in the area, police located a male who was breaching conditions of his probation.

Two suspects assaulted a cab driver on December 27, then fled to an apartment complex on John Street West in Waterdown. Investigation led to the arrest of the pair.

Police responded to an 8th Concession West residence on December 28 for a verbal argument concerning child care issues.

Police responded to a John Street West address on December 28, for an attempted fraud involving a senior.

A Campbellville Road resident reported a trespassing incident on December 28.

Thieves helped themselves to money in purses at a Waterdown business on December 29.

Police assisted an 8th Concession Road West family with a domestic situation on December 29.

On December 29, police responded to a family trouble call involving a son and his parents in Waterdown.

A Hamilton woman who had earlier been reported missing was discovered at a Brock Road business during a routine check of the area on December 29. She was found unconscious and had taken a dangerous quantity of pills. The officers called paramedics, who rushed the woman to hospital.

A Hwy. 5 West resident reported harassing phone calls on December 30.

Police stopped a speeding vehicle on Hwy. 6 on December 31. The driver had been consuming alcohol and further tests resulted in a 12-hour license suspension.

Officers offered advice to an 8th Concession West couple engaged in a domestic situation on January 1.

A Flamborough group home resident, who had already breached conditions of previous releases, assaulted a staff member on January 2.

Police responded to a Hwy. 6 address to assist with a domestic situation on January 3.

A small Sentry safe was discovered in a Parkside Dr. ditch on January 4 as mild weather led to melting snow along the roadway. The safe had been pried open and appeared to have been there for a period of time.

Police responded to a rural address on January 4 to investigate an allegation of child abuse.

A visitor to Flamboro Slots on January 4 returned to the parking lot to find that their 2003 GMC Sierra had been stolen.

Also on January 4, a second patron at Flamboro Slots discovered that their 1999 GMC Sierra had been stolen. The vehicle is red, bears Nova Scotia plates and has a Honda generator mounted in the rear.

Thieves tried to make it three times lucky at the Slots parking lot on January 4, and attempted to steal a rental car belonging to a visitor from England. While they were unable to take the vehicle, the suspects did manage to steal some personal items..

Police located a stolen Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck on Hwy. 8 on January 5.