Car thieves give K-9 unit the slip

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

On January 4, thieves broke into a vacant rental property on Highway 8 in west Flamborough and helped themselves to several appliances.

Thieves entered a Carlisle home during the late afternoon on January 7, where they ransacked several bedrooms. A camera, necklace and a small amount of money were reported stolen from the home. A Honda generator was also stolen from the garage.

Suspects broke through the front door of a Highway 6 restaurant on January 11. A small amount of money and some property were stolen.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision on Boulding Avenue in Waterdown on January 6, just after midnight. Following an investigation, a driver was arrested for impaired operation of a vehicle. Subsequent tests at the station led to further charges of over 80mgs.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a neighbour complaint after a citizen attempted to confront a father concerning two youths found in his yard on January 6.

Residents on 4th Concession Road West had their mailboxes damaged several times throughout the week.

A resident on Hunter Road in West Flamborough also had their mailbox attacked and stolen on January 6.

Thieves entered a locked room in North Wentworth Arena, where they stole credit cards and money from people who were on the ice, on Jan. 7.

Police responded to a report of a domestic situation on Regional Road 97 on January 7. Because of the potential severity of the situation the elite Emergency Response Unit assisted in the arrest of the male.

Police located a van driving on Rock Chapel Road without any plates on January 7. The driver was ticketed and the vehicle was towed away.

Police responded to the area of Westover Road and Concession 8 West for an abandoned construction trailer in the ditch on January 7.

Police responded to a Highway 6 north residence on January 8, over a property dispute between individuals who had previously been in a relationship.

A resident at a Flamborough group home became enraged and assaulted a staff member on January 10. The youth was held in jail to await a bail hearing.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots where an intoxicated male was causing problems for staff, on January 11. The male was eventually lodged in the cells at central station.

Emergency Services responded to a fire in a business on Short Road on January 11.

An alert citizen spotted several people around vehicles on Kildonan Cres. at around 11:30 p.m., January 12. Police responded and located a vehicle which fled to the area of Guy Brown School. The vehicle later turned out to have been recently stolen in the city's east end. Within minutes 10 officers began combing the area, and a K-9 was called in for a track, but the suspects were not found.

A Highway 6 business's front gate and landscaping was damaged on January 12, after a truck drove onto the property.

A warrant was issued for a group home resident after he fled January 13, in violation of his conditions of release.

An intoxicated male at Flamboro Slots became physically involved with security, January 14. Police issued the necessary tickets and sent him home to Cambridge.

Police were asked to investigate threats received by a Waterdown resident over a child custody matter on January 14.

Car thieves give K-9 unit the slip

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

On January 4, thieves broke into a vacant rental property on Highway 8 in west Flamborough and helped themselves to several appliances.

Thieves entered a Carlisle home during the late afternoon on January 7, where they ransacked several bedrooms. A camera, necklace and a small amount of money were reported stolen from the home. A Honda generator was also stolen from the garage.

Suspects broke through the front door of a Highway 6 restaurant on January 11. A small amount of money and some property were stolen.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision on Boulding Avenue in Waterdown on January 6, just after midnight. Following an investigation, a driver was arrested for impaired operation of a vehicle. Subsequent tests at the station led to further charges of over 80mgs.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a neighbour complaint after a citizen attempted to confront a father concerning two youths found in his yard on January 6.

Residents on 4th Concession Road West had their mailboxes damaged several times throughout the week.

A resident on Hunter Road in West Flamborough also had their mailbox attacked and stolen on January 6.

Thieves entered a locked room in North Wentworth Arena, where they stole credit cards and money from people who were on the ice, on Jan. 7.

Police responded to a report of a domestic situation on Regional Road 97 on January 7. Because of the potential severity of the situation the elite Emergency Response Unit assisted in the arrest of the male.

Police located a van driving on Rock Chapel Road without any plates on January 7. The driver was ticketed and the vehicle was towed away.

Police responded to the area of Westover Road and Concession 8 West for an abandoned construction trailer in the ditch on January 7.

Police responded to a Highway 6 north residence on January 8, over a property dispute between individuals who had previously been in a relationship.

A resident at a Flamborough group home became enraged and assaulted a staff member on January 10. The youth was held in jail to await a bail hearing.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots where an intoxicated male was causing problems for staff, on January 11. The male was eventually lodged in the cells at central station.

Emergency Services responded to a fire in a business on Short Road on January 11.

An alert citizen spotted several people around vehicles on Kildonan Cres. at around 11:30 p.m., January 12. Police responded and located a vehicle which fled to the area of Guy Brown School. The vehicle later turned out to have been recently stolen in the city's east end. Within minutes 10 officers began combing the area, and a K-9 was called in for a track, but the suspects were not found.

A Highway 6 business's front gate and landscaping was damaged on January 12, after a truck drove onto the property.

A warrant was issued for a group home resident after he fled January 13, in violation of his conditions of release.

An intoxicated male at Flamboro Slots became physically involved with security, January 14. Police issued the necessary tickets and sent him home to Cambridge.

Police were asked to investigate threats received by a Waterdown resident over a child custody matter on January 14.

Car thieves give K-9 unit the slip

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

On January 4, thieves broke into a vacant rental property on Highway 8 in west Flamborough and helped themselves to several appliances.

Thieves entered a Carlisle home during the late afternoon on January 7, where they ransacked several bedrooms. A camera, necklace and a small amount of money were reported stolen from the home. A Honda generator was also stolen from the garage.

Suspects broke through the front door of a Highway 6 restaurant on January 11. A small amount of money and some property were stolen.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision on Boulding Avenue in Waterdown on January 6, just after midnight. Following an investigation, a driver was arrested for impaired operation of a vehicle. Subsequent tests at the station led to further charges of over 80mgs.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a neighbour complaint after a citizen attempted to confront a father concerning two youths found in his yard on January 6.

Residents on 4th Concession Road West had their mailboxes damaged several times throughout the week.

A resident on Hunter Road in West Flamborough also had their mailbox attacked and stolen on January 6.

Thieves entered a locked room in North Wentworth Arena, where they stole credit cards and money from people who were on the ice, on Jan. 7.

Police responded to a report of a domestic situation on Regional Road 97 on January 7. Because of the potential severity of the situation the elite Emergency Response Unit assisted in the arrest of the male.

Police located a van driving on Rock Chapel Road without any plates on January 7. The driver was ticketed and the vehicle was towed away.

Police responded to the area of Westover Road and Concession 8 West for an abandoned construction trailer in the ditch on January 7.

Police responded to a Highway 6 north residence on January 8, over a property dispute between individuals who had previously been in a relationship.

A resident at a Flamborough group home became enraged and assaulted a staff member on January 10. The youth was held in jail to await a bail hearing.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots where an intoxicated male was causing problems for staff, on January 11. The male was eventually lodged in the cells at central station.

Emergency Services responded to a fire in a business on Short Road on January 11.

An alert citizen spotted several people around vehicles on Kildonan Cres. at around 11:30 p.m., January 12. Police responded and located a vehicle which fled to the area of Guy Brown School. The vehicle later turned out to have been recently stolen in the city's east end. Within minutes 10 officers began combing the area, and a K-9 was called in for a track, but the suspects were not found.

A Highway 6 business's front gate and landscaping was damaged on January 12, after a truck drove onto the property.

A warrant was issued for a group home resident after he fled January 13, in violation of his conditions of release.

An intoxicated male at Flamboro Slots became physically involved with security, January 14. Police issued the necessary tickets and sent him home to Cambridge.

Police were asked to investigate threats received by a Waterdown resident over a child custody matter on January 14.