Milton Police Blotter – February 17 2011

Milton Police Blotter – February 17, 2011

Tools stolen from vehicles

Three commercial vehicles were broken into overnight last Thursday at Ridley Windows and Doors on Reid Sideroad.  It’s estimated more than $3,000 worth of tools were taken.

Computer equipment stolen

About $2,200 worth of computer equipment and accessories were stolen from The Source on Steeles Avenue.  Police are still investigating the incident, which occurred during business hours last Thursday.

Milton’s liquor stores targeted

Thieves targeted both of Milton’s LCBO stores recently.  The first incident was last Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Main Street and Thompson Road location, where about $3,000 worth of liqueur was stolen.

In the next incident Friday at the downtown location, which occurred shortly after 2 p.m., more than $500 worth of alcohol was taken.

Laundromat broken into

The offices of the Mill Street Coin Laundry on Mill Street were broken into between 6 and 7 a.m. Sunday.  Clothing was stolen.

Motorist taken to hospital

A woman was taken to hospital for observation after her car hit a hydro pole at Main Street and Tremaine Road.  The incident occurred Saturday at about 1:20 a.m.

Milton Police Blotter – February 3 2011

From the Milton Canadian Champion

Trucks, wire stolen

Between 7:45 a.m. and 5:26 p.m. Monday, the Hydro One site was broken into by thieves who climbed the firm’s Lower Baseline fence.

F250 pick-up truck with 2366 RW plates and a Ford Ecoline truck with 161 MF plates were taken.  Also stolen was about 1,000 pounds of copper wire.  The estimated value of the property is $40,000.

 Wire stolen from scrapyard

 Overnight Sunday, 43,000 pounds of copper wire was taken from a First Line scrap recycling site.  The estimated value of the goods is $5,000.

Man charged in break-in

The Rock Universe shop on Main Street was broken into Saturday at 11:45 p.m.  The front door was smashed.  Loose change was stolen.

Later in the evening, a man was arrested by plain-clothes officers in the area and charged with break and enter and breach of probation.

House broken into

A home on Nassagaweya Puslinch Town Line was broken into sometime between 4 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. Saturday.  Entry was gained by forcing open the door to the home, which was under construction.

Stolen was 50 to 60 pounds of copper wire worth an estimated $225.   

Cars broken into

Between 8 a.m. and 6:40 p.m. Tuesday, three cars were broken into at Glen Eden Ski and Snowboard Centre on Kelso Road.  In the first incident a wallet was stolen containing identification.

The second break-in resulted in a wallet containing ID and credit cards being taken.  In the third incident, a purse containing ID was stolen.

Police are investigating.

Milton Police Blotter – January 27 2011

From the Milton Canadian Champion

Restaurant broken into

Sunday between midnight and 4:16 a.m., the Sunrise Grill on Bronte Street was the target of a break-in.

The front plate glass door of the premise was smashed, police said.  An undisclosed amount of money was stolen.

Electronics stolen in break-in

A No. 3 Sideroad residence was broken into Monday after a door was forced open.  During the incident, which occurred sometime between 2 and 5 p.m., a Playstation gaming system, laptop, iPod nano, a portable Playstation, three Playstation games and four baseball hats were stolen.

The total estimated value of the property is $3,920.

Damage caused to truck

Between midnight and 10 a.m. Monday, a truck parked at a Laurier Avenue plaza was damaged. It appeared as though it had been struck by another vehicle, police said.  

Youth charged

Tuesday afternoon at a Martin Street restaurant, a car struck a vehicle.  Police said the car then left the parking lot but was followed by a witness, who contacted police.

A 17-year-old youth was charged with failure to remain at the scene of an accident.

Milton Police Blotter – January 20 2011

From the Milton Canadian Champion

Teen robbed of cell phone outside Memorial Arena

Shortly after 1 p.m. Tuesday, two males approached a 16-year-old youth outside Milton Memorial Arena, police said.

The two males proceeded to detain the victim, by holding onto his backpack, and steal his Blackberry.  The suspects fled, crossing Thompson Road.

The first suspect is described as five-foot-10 and in his late teens or early twenties. He was wearing baggy jeans and a black puffy jacket.  The second suspect has a thin build and short spiky hair.

Both were possibly of Middle-Eastern decent, police said.

Cameras stolen in break-in

A Cannon Rebel camera along with its 55mm lens and an Olympus camera were taken from a Sixth Line home near Derry Road last Thursday.

The break-in occurred between 2 and 3 p.m.  The culprits smashed through the home’s front door to gain entry.

Break-in at shop

Pro-Nail on Main Street East was broken into after the front door and window were smashed overnight Friday.   During the incident, two containers of nail-hardener, with a combined estimated value of $350, were taken.   Loose change was also taken from the shop.

CDs and DVDs stolen from car

Overnight last week, a Kia Sedona was broken into at a residence on Trudeau Drive.   During the incident, CDs and DVDs were stolen.  Police said the car was unlocked.

Two vehicles broken into

Overnight January 12, cars on Switzer Crescent and Cousens Trail were broken into, police said.  During the first incident, a wallet, which contained identification, credit cards and cash, was taken from the unlocked car.

In the second incident, the same items were taken from a locked 2009 Jeep.

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 Street and Steeles Avenue, Hwy. 407 and Sixth Line and Lower Base Line West and Sixth Line.

Home ransacked

A laptop, Blackberry charger, Olympus camera and coins worth $86 were stolen from a Sixth Line home.  The culprit forced open the front door sometime between 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. January 4.  The estimated value of the stolen items is $1,086.

Three cars broken into

An iPod Touch, with an estimated value of $350, was stolen from a car on Trudeau Drive between 3 p.m. January 3 and 8 a.m. January 4.  A wallet including seven credit cards and $50 cash was stolen from a Nissan Rogue on Dolby Crescent January 3.  Overnight January 3, $20 in cash and five CDs, worth an estimated $120, were stolen from a silver BMW on Menefy Place.

PlayStation stolen

Between 6 a.m. and 11:15 p.m. Monday, a Barclay Circle home with an unlocked door was broken into.  Stolen were a Sony PlayStation worth an estimated $400, eight games worth about $80, and loose change.  Police are investigating.

GPS taken from car

Overnight last Thursday, an unlocked vehicle on Mary Street was broken into.  During the incident, a Garmin GPS worth an estimated $175 was stolen.

Four cars broken into

Overnight Saturday, cars on Maguire Trail, Riddell Court, Hepburn Road and Stark Circle were broken into.  In the first incident, a wallet containing identification, credit cards and cash was taken.  In the second break-in, two CDs, loose change and Ray-Ban sunglasses worth an estimated $200 were taken.  In the third and fourth incidents, loose change was stolen.

Items stolen from cars

Overnight Monday, identification, credit cards and cash were taken from a car on Trudeau Drive.  Police are investigating.