Youth barred after disturbance at store

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.

An Old Hwy. 8 resident reported damage to their vehicle during the day on February 23.

A Waterdown resident called police on February 23 to report the loss of a VISA card.

On February 24, officers responded to a residence in Waterdown after a verbal argument on the street was reported. Police investigated and found no criminal offence had taken place.

A Greensville resident filed a report on February 24 after noticing damage to their vehicle over the weekend.

Police assisted in a dispute between neighbours in Lynden on February 24.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address to assist an individual in obtaining personal property from a former home on February 25.

A Greensville area resident reported damage to equipment on their property on February 25.

Police stopped a vehicle on Falls View Road on February 25, and found that the driver was under a license suspension.

Continuous unwanted telephone calls were reported to police by a Waterdown resident on February 25.

Emergency Services responded to a Freelton house fire on February 26. The damage was extensive and one pet lost its life.

Volunteers at the Flamborough Policing Centre took a harassment report from a Waterdown resident on February 27.

On February 27, police responded to a Waterdown home to investigate telephone threats from the resident's former spouse.

Police aided a Greensville area resident after a physical altercation between family members.

Officers offered advice and took a report at a Waterdown address on February 27, in connection with a relationship that ended in unwanted telephone calls.

On February 28, a Waterdown store owner reported problems with youth in the area. One youth was identified and barred from attending the address again.

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, 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 officers, and Volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre can be reached at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809, and an officer is on duty Monday from 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., and from Tuesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.

Youth barred after disturbance at store

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.

An Old Hwy. 8 resident reported damage to their vehicle during the day on February 23.

A Waterdown resident called police on February 23 to report the loss of a VISA card.

On February 24, officers responded to a residence in Waterdown after a verbal argument on the street was reported. Police investigated and found no criminal offence had taken place.

A Greensville resident filed a report on February 24 after noticing damage to their vehicle over the weekend.

Police assisted in a dispute between neighbours in Lynden on February 24.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address to assist an individual in obtaining personal property from a former home on February 25.

A Greensville area resident reported damage to equipment on their property on February 25.

Police stopped a vehicle on Falls View Road on February 25, and found that the driver was under a license suspension.

Continuous unwanted telephone calls were reported to police by a Waterdown resident on February 25.

Emergency Services responded to a Freelton house fire on February 26. The damage was extensive and one pet lost its life.

Volunteers at the Flamborough Policing Centre took a harassment report from a Waterdown resident on February 27.

On February 27, police responded to a Waterdown home to investigate telephone threats from the resident's former spouse.

Police aided a Greensville area resident after a physical altercation between family members.

Officers offered advice and took a report at a Waterdown address on February 27, in connection with a relationship that ended in unwanted telephone calls.

On February 28, a Waterdown store owner reported problems with youth in the area. One youth was identified and barred from attending the address again.

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, 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 officers, and Volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre can be reached at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809, and an officer is on duty Monday from 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., and from Tuesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.

Youth barred after disturbance at store

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.

An Old Hwy. 8 resident reported damage to their vehicle during the day on February 23.

A Waterdown resident called police on February 23 to report the loss of a VISA card.

On February 24, officers responded to a residence in Waterdown after a verbal argument on the street was reported. Police investigated and found no criminal offence had taken place.

A Greensville resident filed a report on February 24 after noticing damage to their vehicle over the weekend.

Police assisted in a dispute between neighbours in Lynden on February 24.

Police responded to a rural Flamborough address to assist an individual in obtaining personal property from a former home on February 25.

A Greensville area resident reported damage to equipment on their property on February 25.

Police stopped a vehicle on Falls View Road on February 25, and found that the driver was under a license suspension.

Continuous unwanted telephone calls were reported to police by a Waterdown resident on February 25.

Emergency Services responded to a Freelton house fire on February 26. The damage was extensive and one pet lost its life.

Volunteers at the Flamborough Policing Centre took a harassment report from a Waterdown resident on February 27.

On February 27, police responded to a Waterdown home to investigate telephone threats from the resident's former spouse.

Police aided a Greensville area resident after a physical altercation between family members.

Officers offered advice and took a report at a Waterdown address on February 27, in connection with a relationship that ended in unwanted telephone calls.

On February 28, a Waterdown store owner reported problems with youth in the area. One youth was identified and barred from attending the address again.

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, 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 officers, and Volunteers work limited hours. The Dundas Policing Centre can be reached at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809, and an officer is on duty Monday from 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., and from Tuesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.