POLICE BEAT: Waterdown donation centre staff find drugs in purse

News Apr 06, 2016 by Const. Chris Hicks, Hamilton Police Service Flamborough Review

Sometime between March 26 and 28, someone damaged windows at a business on Hwy. 5 while the business was closed. The damage appears to have been caused by a pellet, which was found at the scene. There are no suspects at this time and the beat officers have been advised.

Waterdown residents called police on March 28 when they observed two youths entering an unoccupied house. Police located the youths inside and cautioned them regarding trespassing. The youth expressed remorse. The property owner was contacted and was supportive of the resolution.

On March 30 between 10:46 a.m. and 4:40 p.m., suspects entered a home on Grindstone Way through an open garage door and unlocked inner door while the owner was in the backyard gardening. The homeowner’s purse and assorted jewelry were taken. An officer attended the location to collect evidence.

Police remind all residents to be sure that all entrances to their homes are secure while working out in their yard and out of sight and earshot of the house.

On March 31 between 1 p.m., and 3:30 p.m., suspects pried open a shed at a rural residence on Regional Road 97. The suspects took various pieces of small equipment. The beat officer will be following up.

Staff at a donation centre in Waterdown called police on April after they located what appeared to be drugs in a donated purse. It is not known who donated the purse. The drugs were turned over to police and submitted for destruction.

A red Ford pickup truck with a snowplow blade attached to the front stopped at a gas station on Hwy. 5 at 9 a.m. on April 3. The male driver filled up with diesel fuel and left without paying.

Gas station staff indicated they felt that the driver merely forgot to pay. There was nothing written on the side of the truck and the plates were covered in snow. If this was you, please return and pay up.

POLICE BEAT: Waterdown donation centre staff find drugs in purse

News Apr 06, 2016 by Const. Chris Hicks, Hamilton Police Service Flamborough Review

Sometime between March 26 and 28, someone damaged windows at a business on Hwy. 5 while the business was closed. The damage appears to have been caused by a pellet, which was found at the scene. There are no suspects at this time and the beat officers have been advised.

Waterdown residents called police on March 28 when they observed two youths entering an unoccupied house. Police located the youths inside and cautioned them regarding trespassing. The youth expressed remorse. The property owner was contacted and was supportive of the resolution.

On March 30 between 10:46 a.m. and 4:40 p.m., suspects entered a home on Grindstone Way through an open garage door and unlocked inner door while the owner was in the backyard gardening. The homeowner’s purse and assorted jewelry were taken. An officer attended the location to collect evidence.

Police remind all residents to be sure that all entrances to their homes are secure while working out in their yard and out of sight and earshot of the house.

On March 31 between 1 p.m., and 3:30 p.m., suspects pried open a shed at a rural residence on Regional Road 97. The suspects took various pieces of small equipment. The beat officer will be following up.

Staff at a donation centre in Waterdown called police on April after they located what appeared to be drugs in a donated purse. It is not known who donated the purse. The drugs were turned over to police and submitted for destruction.

A red Ford pickup truck with a snowplow blade attached to the front stopped at a gas station on Hwy. 5 at 9 a.m. on April 3. The male driver filled up with diesel fuel and left without paying.

Gas station staff indicated they felt that the driver merely forgot to pay. There was nothing written on the side of the truck and the plates were covered in snow. If this was you, please return and pay up.

POLICE BEAT: Waterdown donation centre staff find drugs in purse

News Apr 06, 2016 by Const. Chris Hicks, Hamilton Police Service Flamborough Review

Sometime between March 26 and 28, someone damaged windows at a business on Hwy. 5 while the business was closed. The damage appears to have been caused by a pellet, which was found at the scene. There are no suspects at this time and the beat officers have been advised.

Waterdown residents called police on March 28 when they observed two youths entering an unoccupied house. Police located the youths inside and cautioned them regarding trespassing. The youth expressed remorse. The property owner was contacted and was supportive of the resolution.

On March 30 between 10:46 a.m. and 4:40 p.m., suspects entered a home on Grindstone Way through an open garage door and unlocked inner door while the owner was in the backyard gardening. The homeowner’s purse and assorted jewelry were taken. An officer attended the location to collect evidence.

Police remind all residents to be sure that all entrances to their homes are secure while working out in their yard and out of sight and earshot of the house.

On March 31 between 1 p.m., and 3:30 p.m., suspects pried open a shed at a rural residence on Regional Road 97. The suspects took various pieces of small equipment. The beat officer will be following up.

Staff at a donation centre in Waterdown called police on April after they located what appeared to be drugs in a donated purse. It is not known who donated the purse. The drugs were turned over to police and submitted for destruction.

A red Ford pickup truck with a snowplow blade attached to the front stopped at a gas station on Hwy. 5 at 9 a.m. on April 3. The male driver filled up with diesel fuel and left without paying.

Gas station staff indicated they felt that the driver merely forgot to pay. There was nothing written on the side of the truck and the plates were covered in snow. If this was you, please return and pay up.