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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…