Milton Police Blotter – January 6 2011

Milton Police Blotter

A home on Commercial Street saw its Christmas decorations, including an inflatable Santa Claus two snowmen and a string of lit candy canes, dragged across the lawn and damaged  overnight last Thursday.

The estimated damage was $300.

The following night, inflatable Christmas decorations — including a Santa Claus, penguins and a glowing candy cane display — were among the items stolen from a Pettigrew Trail home.

Also stolen were a set of power cords and electrical boxes. The items’ estimated value was $300.

House broken into

A home on Sixth Line was broken into between 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.

During the incident, the front door was forced open and a laptop, an Olympus camera, Blackberry charger and $86 worth of coins were taken.  The total estimated value was $1,000.

Impaired charge laid

A 19-year-old Milton woman was charged with blowing over 80 after she allegedly tried to avoid a R.I.D.E. program on Main Street and Martin Street at 11:30 p.m. New Year’s Eve.

Car stolen and recovered

A grey Honda Pilot worth an estimated $35,000 was stolen from a residence on Lancaster Boulevard overnight December 23.  The 2010 vehicle with plates AMYM 442 was later found in good condition near Pearson International Airport.

Thief targets unlocked vehicle

An iPod Nano, Christmas gift certificates and loose change were stolen from an unlocked vehicle overnight December 23.  The incident occurred on Norris Circle.

GPS taken from car

Overnight December 23, a TomTom GPS was stolen from a car in Ramshaw Court.  The device is valued at $450.

Belongings stolen

Items including Oakley sunglasses, a Garmin GPS and an iPod were taken from an unlocked vehicle on Stevenson Street overnight December 23.  The items have a combined value of roughly $500.

Briefcase and wallet stolen

Overnight December 23, a TomTom GPS was taken from an unlocked vehicle on First Line.  Also stolen was a black denim briefcase, which included a wallet, identification and credit cards.

Three thefts from vehicles

On Monday, an iPod Touch, worth $350, a $20 note and five CDs, and a wallet were stolen from cars on Trudeau Drive, Menefy Place and Dolby Crescent.

Wallet stolen from car

A woman’s Guess wallet was stolen from a car overnight December 23.  The wallet contained identification and debit cards.

Coins taken from vehicle

Between December 23 and 24 two vehicles parked in a driveway on Allan Crescent were entered.  Loose change was taken from both vehicles.


  1. Robbed in HV January 7, 2011 at 9:38 am

    I was reading on the Hawthorne Villager website that there is supposedly a Neighbourhood Watch program set up. I went to the Halton Watch site and contacted the people there and they said there isnt an official NW association for Milton. So what is it that Tony Lambert is talking about?

    He seems to be making up these associations out of thin air from his Taxpayers Association, phantom petitions for power plants and now this.

    Mike can you clear this up for us?

  2. Puzzled January 7, 2011 at 10:16 am

    Thinking the same thing reading through the thread as well. He claims to be an effective communicator but plans on sending a report to residents once per year on paper. Instead of posting the Neighbourhood Watch info on a site somewhere, he says “call me”.

    Seems odd to me why he doesnt use the internet like you and a few other councillors do.

    When is the police committee meeting again? I’d like to attend and possibly speak with the Halton Police to get an update on these endless burgleries. Hopefully they will catch them soon because its got people in our area on edge.

    Thanks Mike.

  3. Mike Cluett January 7, 2011 at 10:21 am

    The next meeting of the MCPC is on the 25th of January which should be located at the police station on Childs Drive. If it changes, i’ll let you know.

    During that meeting Im sure the representatives of the Halton Police will update the committee on the status of any investigations of car / property thefts that seem to be running wild in Milton these past few weeks.

    Again, the best defense against these thefts is to make sure your cars are locked, and doors are locked as well. Keep valueables out of sight and bring in your GPS’s, iPods and other tempting items from your vehicle.

    If you see any suspicious behaviour please contact the police directly.

    If you would like to contact Tony directly, you can send him an email and Im sure he will get back to you.


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