Windows smashed and equipment stolen at Hwy. 5 farm market

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

Employees showed up for work at a Freelton business on January 20 to find the building has been entered overnight. Thieves targetted auto parts.

Residents of a Hwy. 5 West home returned in the mid-afternoon on January 20 to find that someone had attempted to enter the home.

Thieves broke into a 6th Concession East residence and entered an apartment on January 22. It is unknown what was stolen.

Employees showed up at a Hwy. 5 farm market on January 23, and found that culprits had smashed a window to gain entry overnight. Office equipment and a welder were stolen.

Police responded to an 8th Concession West address when an alarm sounded on January 25. Police found that the front door had been kicked in. A dark coloured Plymouth Neon was seen leaving the residence.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police stopped a Waterdown resident on Hamilton Street for a traffic violation on January 8. The driver was under a license suspension.

Suspects entered a locked change room at a Flamborough hockey arena on January 17. Money was then taken from clothes left behind by hockey players.

On January 17, police were asked to investigate a case of excessive telephone calls over an outstanding debt.

A west Flamborough garage reported the theft of property on January 20. The property had been loaned to an individual who provided false identification.

A resident on Hamilton Street South reported the theft of their vehicle and attempts to use a VISA card that had been left in the car, January 20.

Police responded to an East Waterdown park on January 20 and found a male, who received a ticket for a liquor infraction.

Culprits entered a gas card lock building on Highway 5 West, January 21, and damaged the pumps and a card reader.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address to assist in a child custody dispute, January 21.

A car left running in Lynden was too tempting for thieves, January 21. They stole the car and later ditched it at the old Lynden Public School.

A Waterdown resident contacted Police and reported that their house was egged during the night of January 22.

Police responded to a family trouble call in Waterdown, January 23. The problem involved a son and his parents.

Thieves stole an enclosed trailer holding a Yamaha ATV, which was parked at the end of a Safari Road address, January 23.

A Concession 10 East resident reported the theft of artwork from their home, on January 26.

Police responded to a domestic situation in the Freelton area on January 28. An investigation led to the arrest of a 29-year-old male on mischief charges.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a domestic situation, January 28. Police offered advice and assistance to the couple.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots when two patrons were asked to leave due to excessive alcohol consumption and unruly behavior, January 28. Later, the same couple became involved in a domestic situation with each other which Police had to attend to.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a domestic assault, January 29. Investigation led to the arrest of a 34-year-old male. The male was to appear at a bail hearing in the morning.

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, call the Mountain Police Station at 905 546-4930. The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has an officer working Monday 8 am to 3:50 pm, Tuesday to Saturday 8 am to 11:50 pm.

Windows smashed and equipment stolen at Hwy. 5 farm market

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

Employees showed up for work at a Freelton business on January 20 to find the building has been entered overnight. Thieves targetted auto parts.

Residents of a Hwy. 5 West home returned in the mid-afternoon on January 20 to find that someone had attempted to enter the home.

Thieves broke into a 6th Concession East residence and entered an apartment on January 22. It is unknown what was stolen.

Employees showed up at a Hwy. 5 farm market on January 23, and found that culprits had smashed a window to gain entry overnight. Office equipment and a welder were stolen.

Police responded to an 8th Concession West address when an alarm sounded on January 25. Police found that the front door had been kicked in. A dark coloured Plymouth Neon was seen leaving the residence.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police stopped a Waterdown resident on Hamilton Street for a traffic violation on January 8. The driver was under a license suspension.

Suspects entered a locked change room at a Flamborough hockey arena on January 17. Money was then taken from clothes left behind by hockey players.

On January 17, police were asked to investigate a case of excessive telephone calls over an outstanding debt.

A west Flamborough garage reported the theft of property on January 20. The property had been loaned to an individual who provided false identification.

A resident on Hamilton Street South reported the theft of their vehicle and attempts to use a VISA card that had been left in the car, January 20.

Police responded to an East Waterdown park on January 20 and found a male, who received a ticket for a liquor infraction.

Culprits entered a gas card lock building on Highway 5 West, January 21, and damaged the pumps and a card reader.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address to assist in a child custody dispute, January 21.

A car left running in Lynden was too tempting for thieves, January 21. They stole the car and later ditched it at the old Lynden Public School.

A Waterdown resident contacted Police and reported that their house was egged during the night of January 22.

Police responded to a family trouble call in Waterdown, January 23. The problem involved a son and his parents.

Thieves stole an enclosed trailer holding a Yamaha ATV, which was parked at the end of a Safari Road address, January 23.

A Concession 10 East resident reported the theft of artwork from their home, on January 26.

Police responded to a domestic situation in the Freelton area on January 28. An investigation led to the arrest of a 29-year-old male on mischief charges.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a domestic situation, January 28. Police offered advice and assistance to the couple.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots when two patrons were asked to leave due to excessive alcohol consumption and unruly behavior, January 28. Later, the same couple became involved in a domestic situation with each other which Police had to attend to.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a domestic assault, January 29. Investigation led to the arrest of a 34-year-old male. The male was to appear at a bail hearing in the morning.

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, call the Mountain Police Station at 905 546-4930. The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has an officer working Monday 8 am to 3:50 pm, Tuesday to Saturday 8 am to 11:50 pm.

Windows smashed and equipment stolen at Hwy. 5 farm market

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

Employees showed up for work at a Freelton business on January 20 to find the building has been entered overnight. Thieves targetted auto parts.

Residents of a Hwy. 5 West home returned in the mid-afternoon on January 20 to find that someone had attempted to enter the home.

Thieves broke into a 6th Concession East residence and entered an apartment on January 22. It is unknown what was stolen.

Employees showed up at a Hwy. 5 farm market on January 23, and found that culprits had smashed a window to gain entry overnight. Office equipment and a welder were stolen.

Police responded to an 8th Concession West address when an alarm sounded on January 25. Police found that the front door had been kicked in. A dark coloured Plymouth Neon was seen leaving the residence.

OTHER INCIDENTS

Police stopped a Waterdown resident on Hamilton Street for a traffic violation on January 8. The driver was under a license suspension.

Suspects entered a locked change room at a Flamborough hockey arena on January 17. Money was then taken from clothes left behind by hockey players.

On January 17, police were asked to investigate a case of excessive telephone calls over an outstanding debt.

A west Flamborough garage reported the theft of property on January 20. The property had been loaned to an individual who provided false identification.

A resident on Hamilton Street South reported the theft of their vehicle and attempts to use a VISA card that had been left in the car, January 20.

Police responded to an East Waterdown park on January 20 and found a male, who received a ticket for a liquor infraction.

Culprits entered a gas card lock building on Highway 5 West, January 21, and damaged the pumps and a card reader.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address to assist in a child custody dispute, January 21.

A car left running in Lynden was too tempting for thieves, January 21. They stole the car and later ditched it at the old Lynden Public School.

A Waterdown resident contacted Police and reported that their house was egged during the night of January 22.

Police responded to a family trouble call in Waterdown, January 23. The problem involved a son and his parents.

Thieves stole an enclosed trailer holding a Yamaha ATV, which was parked at the end of a Safari Road address, January 23.

A Concession 10 East resident reported the theft of artwork from their home, on January 26.

Police responded to a domestic situation in the Freelton area on January 28. An investigation led to the arrest of a 29-year-old male on mischief charges.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a domestic situation, January 28. Police offered advice and assistance to the couple.

Police responded to Flamboro Slots when two patrons were asked to leave due to excessive alcohol consumption and unruly behavior, January 28. Later, the same couple became involved in a domestic situation with each other which Police had to attend to.

Police responded to a Waterdown address for a domestic assault, January 29. Investigation led to the arrest of a 34-year-old male. The male was to appear at a bail hearing in the morning.

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, call the Mountain Police Station at 905 546-4930. The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has an officer working Monday 8 am to 3:50 pm, Tuesday to Saturday 8 am to 11:50 pm.