Keep your eyes open

Reported today in the Milton Canadian Champion. House ransacked in break-in – Crime Stoppers of Halton Halton Regional Police are investigating a break-in at a Menefy Place home.  Sometime after 2:30 p.m. January 27, a Milton resident arrived home and noticed the front door had been pried open. An investigation by police revealed the unknown…

Milton Police Blotter – January 13 2011

From the Milton Canadian Champion Police respond to snowstorm-related car crashes Local police attended to six car accidents between the hours of 6:55 and 8:42 yesterday morning, at the tail end of this week’s snowstorm.  Although there were no injuries, all accidents resulted in property damage.Locations of the accidents included Britannia and Trafalgar roads, Martin…

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…

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…

Halton Police Update

File this one under REALLY?  So far this year Halton Police have laid almost 300 impaired driving charges.  “Halton police report that since Jan. 1, 2010, 295 drivers on Halton roads have been arrested for impaired driving. A total of 123 impaired charges have been laid in Burlington followed by 87 in Oakville, 49 in…

Milton Community Police Committee Update

As regular readers of the blog will know, I am a member of the Milton Community Policing Committee (MCPC)and we have monthly meetings about community outreach with the Halton Police Department and promote programs to help raise awareness of safety / crime issues in Halton. Its been reported recently that despite the massive growth in…

Proud Day for Tiger Jeet Singh

(Photo courtesy of Ryan DiLorenzo) Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend the open house of the brand new Tiger Jeet Singh Public School on Yates Drive.  I was there on behalf of the Milton Community Policing Committee to hand out information to parents, teachers and students about community safety in the area.  Click on the…

Keep Your Eyes Open

An alert citizen in Milton is being credited for helping nab a car thief earlier this month.  Here is the story from the Milton Canadian Champion. This goes to show that keeping your eyes open and reporting anything suspicious can always be helpful.  This also serves as a reminder to everyone to make sure your…

Milton Community Policing Committee

I had a very brief meeting last night of the Milton Community Policing Committee (people were in a rush to get home to watch Canada vs. Germany in Olympic hockey) and I wanted to give a bit of an update as to what the committee is doing over the next year. For those of you…