By Constable C. Hicks
On April 18th a citizen noticed the front licence plate on his vehicle had been taken. The vehicle was parked in a driveway on Springcreek Drive.
During the early morning hours on April 19th suspects approached a vehicle in a driveway on Pentland Road. The GMC pickup had its driver’s side door lock damaged but entry was not gained and the suspect fled the area. Surveillance video will be reviewed.
On April 19th police were called to a motor vehicle collision on Highway 5. The collision involved a single vehicle and a deer. Police were called to euthanize the critically injured deer.
On April 19th police were called to a business on Highway 8 because staff had discovered damage to the building. Sometime overnight suspects tried to force a door causing minor damage to the lock area. No entry was gained.
On April 19th at 9:12 pm a male entered a business on Highway 5 and paid for a $5.64 item with a crumpled US fifty dollar bill. He collected his change and left. Staff then compared the bill with another and suspected that it may be a counterfeit. The male suspect is described as: white, 25 -30 years old, heavy build, black short hair spiked up, black chin strap beard, grey track pants and a red winter jacket with fur on the hood. Police will be reviewing store video.
During the early hours of April 20th suspects attempted to take a Chevrolet pickup from a residential driveway on Carlisle Road. The driver’s side lock was damaged along with the steering column. It appears that the vehicle’s “kill switch” prevented the suspects from taking the vehicle.
On April 22nd at 10:55 pm a citizen called police to report a vehicle in the ditch on Concession 4 West. The lone occupant/driver was attempting to reverse and a citizen stood by the vehicle until police arrived. Police arrived and the driver was arrested for Impaired Driving. A partially empty can of beer was located inside the vehicle. The driver was transported to central station where breath tests were conducted. The drive was charged with impaired driving and over 80.
During the early hours of April 23rd suspects smashed the driver’s side rear window on a Ford F250 while it was parked on Braeheid Avenue. A black back pack containing clothes was taken from the vehicle.
Sometime between April 22nd at 9:00 pm and April 23rd at 7:50 am unknown suspects took a Ford F150 pickup that was last seen parked on Wimberly Avenue. Broken glass was seen on the roadway where the vehicle had been parked.