POLICE BEAT: Shoplifter helps himself to shrimp

Opinion Mar 30, 2016 by Const. Chris Hicks, Hamilton Police Service Flamborough Review

Sometime between March 18 and 21 community mailboxes in Flamborough were tampered with. The postmaster reported seeing scratch marks on the units, however, no entry was gained, no mail was taken and the boxes were not compromised.

On March 23, graffiti was reported on Rockcliffe Road and on Rockhaven Lane. The graffiti has since been removed from both locations.

A shoplifter was observed by staff at a store on Hamilton Street on March 22. The suspect concealed two packages of shrimp on his person and left without making payment. The suspect left the property in a four-door beige vehicle. He is described as white, 6’4” and thin, with short grey hair. He was wearing a black jacket, blue pants, work boots and a black ball cap.

A vehicle was stopped on Hwy. 5 for speeding on March 23. It was discovered that the driver was driving with a suspended licence.

The driver was issued various infractions and the vehicle was picked up by another licensed driver.

Suspects removed both plates from a vehicle parked at a residence on Hamilton Street overnight on March 24.

During the same time frame, a vehicle was taken from a driveway on Centre Road. The 2002 GMC pickup was located on March 25 by the Haldimand OPP. The door lock and ignition were damaged and the tires had been removed.

On March 26 police were called to a residence on Crooks Hollow Road for an unoccupied car fire. The vehicle was parked in the driveway when the resident discovered it fully engulfed in flames. The fire department attended and put out the fire. The suspected cause is electrical. There were no reports of any injuries.

On March 27 police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 52 for speeding. The officer discovered that the driver was driving with a suspended licence. The driver was notified of the suspension, issued a ticket for speeding and the licensed passenger took over the driving.

POLICE BEAT: Shoplifter helps himself to shrimp

Opinion Mar 30, 2016 by Const. Chris Hicks, Hamilton Police Service Flamborough Review

Sometime between March 18 and 21 community mailboxes in Flamborough were tampered with. The postmaster reported seeing scratch marks on the units, however, no entry was gained, no mail was taken and the boxes were not compromised.

On March 23, graffiti was reported on Rockcliffe Road and on Rockhaven Lane. The graffiti has since been removed from both locations.

A shoplifter was observed by staff at a store on Hamilton Street on March 22. The suspect concealed two packages of shrimp on his person and left without making payment. The suspect left the property in a four-door beige vehicle. He is described as white, 6’4” and thin, with short grey hair. He was wearing a black jacket, blue pants, work boots and a black ball cap.

A vehicle was stopped on Hwy. 5 for speeding on March 23. It was discovered that the driver was driving with a suspended licence.

The driver was issued various infractions and the vehicle was picked up by another licensed driver.

Suspects removed both plates from a vehicle parked at a residence on Hamilton Street overnight on March 24.

During the same time frame, a vehicle was taken from a driveway on Centre Road. The 2002 GMC pickup was located on March 25 by the Haldimand OPP. The door lock and ignition were damaged and the tires had been removed.

On March 26 police were called to a residence on Crooks Hollow Road for an unoccupied car fire. The vehicle was parked in the driveway when the resident discovered it fully engulfed in flames. The fire department attended and put out the fire. The suspected cause is electrical. There were no reports of any injuries.

On March 27 police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 52 for speeding. The officer discovered that the driver was driving with a suspended licence. The driver was notified of the suspension, issued a ticket for speeding and the licensed passenger took over the driving.

POLICE BEAT: Shoplifter helps himself to shrimp

Opinion Mar 30, 2016 by Const. Chris Hicks, Hamilton Police Service Flamborough Review

Sometime between March 18 and 21 community mailboxes in Flamborough were tampered with. The postmaster reported seeing scratch marks on the units, however, no entry was gained, no mail was taken and the boxes were not compromised.

On March 23, graffiti was reported on Rockcliffe Road and on Rockhaven Lane. The graffiti has since been removed from both locations.

A shoplifter was observed by staff at a store on Hamilton Street on March 22. The suspect concealed two packages of shrimp on his person and left without making payment. The suspect left the property in a four-door beige vehicle. He is described as white, 6’4” and thin, with short grey hair. He was wearing a black jacket, blue pants, work boots and a black ball cap.

A vehicle was stopped on Hwy. 5 for speeding on March 23. It was discovered that the driver was driving with a suspended licence.

The driver was issued various infractions and the vehicle was picked up by another licensed driver.

Suspects removed both plates from a vehicle parked at a residence on Hamilton Street overnight on March 24.

During the same time frame, a vehicle was taken from a driveway on Centre Road. The 2002 GMC pickup was located on March 25 by the Haldimand OPP. The door lock and ignition were damaged and the tires had been removed.

On March 26 police were called to a residence on Crooks Hollow Road for an unoccupied car fire. The vehicle was parked in the driveway when the resident discovered it fully engulfed in flames. The fire department attended and put out the fire. The suspected cause is electrical. There were no reports of any injuries.

On March 27 police stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 52 for speeding. The officer discovered that the driver was driving with a suspended licence. The driver was notified of the suspension, issued a ticket for speeding and the licensed passenger took over the driving.