Milton Police Blotter December 23

From the Milton Canadian Champion

Milton Police Blotter

Shortly after 12:30 a.m. last Thursday, a pick-up truck was seen by police driving dangerously at Thompson and Derry roads.

Soon after, police say, the vehicle left the road and swiped a curb before coming back onto the road. 

When signaled to do so, police say, the truck didn’t stop, but it was eventually halted after police cruisers boxed it in on Bolingbroke Drive. 

A 20-year-old Port Elgin resident was charged with dangerous driving, flight from police and over 80.

Car wedged between house, tree

A 31-year-old Milton man has been charged with impaired driving and over 80 after a four-door Mazda became wedged between a tree and a home’s bay window at 1:45 a.m. yesterday.

The incident occurred on Churchill Avenue. There were no injuries and the house was largely undamaged.

Man charged with impaired

A 45-year-old Milton resident was charged with impaired driving and over 80 after police stopped a vehicle driving erratically on Commercial Street.

The incident occurred at about 1 a.m. December 15.

Police dogs used to track suspect

A man was arrested in a break-in into a fenced area behind a shop Sunday near Steeles Avenue.

Police dogs were used to help track a suspect.

A 28-year-old Hamilton man is charged with possessing burglary tools.

Delivery vehicle stolen

Friday between 10 and 10:27 a.m., a delivery vehicle from Dimpflmeier Bakery was stolen from the rear of the Loblaw Superstore while making a delivery.

The white panel van valued at $10,000 was a day later recovered in Fergus.

Car left warming up stolen

On Saturday, shortly after midnight, a vehicle left warming up for five minutes with the keys in the ignition was stolen.

The dark blue, four-door, Honda Civic is valued at $10,000 and had license plates BBPY 653.

Police are investigating.

Wallet stolen

On Friday between 9:15 and 9:45 a.m., a woman’s pink wallet was stolen from a car that was parked in a lot at Thompson Road and Main Street. 

The wallet contained cash, credit cards, a driver’s licence and a health card.

There was no sign of forced entry, police say.

Vehicle drives through R.I.D.E. spot check

A 42-year-old Milton man was charged with over 80 and impaired driving last Friday at 9:30 p.m.

Police say the charges came after a vehicle drove through a R.I.D.E. spot check on Bronte Street, south of Steeles Avenue.

(As noted by a previous post, there have been an increase in thefts from vehicles both locked and unlocked in the Ward 6 area.  In one day 10 vehicles were broken into.  Make sure you keep your valuables inside your home, instead of in your car.  I was also a victim of this crime recently.  The more we do to prevent this, the more they move on.  Hopefully Halton Police will find these criminals!)

Ten thefts from vehicles in day

Ten vehicles on local streets were broken into Tuesday.

The streets included Irving Terrace, Deacon Drive, Zimmerman Crescent, Clarke Boulevard, Hearst Boulevard, Gordon Heights, Ferguson Drive and McDermott Way.

Police are investigating.

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