By Constable C. Hicks
Sometime during the early hours of December 4th unknown suspects took a Bobcat from a driveway on Regional Road 97. The incident was referred to the BEAR unit for review.
On December 6th police were dispatched to recovered stolen auto on Regional Road 97 when a second stolen auto was also located in the area. The owner of the first stolen auto was contacted and advised of the recovery. It was discovered that the second vehicle was stolen from the Waterloo Region. Waterloo Regional police were notified.
On December 7th at 8:30 am police were called to a rural field on Woodhill Road for a pickup truck stuck in the mud. The new truck owner was attempting to show off the vehicles off-roading capabilities when it got stuck. The landowner discovered the stuck pick up on his property with the occupants still inside and the police were called. The kind landowner used his own tractor to pull the vehicle out.
On December 7th at approximately 11:00 pm suspects smashed the window of a vehicle parked on Sadielou Boulevard. Entry was gained and a GPS and garage door opener was taken. The suspects then opened the owner’s garage alerting the homeowners. The owner saw an unidentifiable black vehicle leaving the area.
Overnight on December 7th suspects took a vehicle while parked in a driveway on Browview Drive. There are no suspects at this time however the owner will be reviewing possible surveillance video. A second vehicle on Browview Drive was also entered and rummaged through while parked in a driveway. Nothing was taken and no damage was done to this vehicle.
Overnight on December 8th a suspect scratched a vehicle while parked in a driveway on Braeheid Avenue. The scratches were to both doors on the driver’s side of the vehicle. There are no suspects at this time.
On December 8th police were called to a report of a break in to a rural business on Fallsview Road East. The suspects cut a chain that secured fencing around the property and then pried open an office door. Once inside the suspects removed various tools. The scenes of crimes officer attended. Neighbours were also canvased.
On December 9th at 2:30 am police pulled over a southbound vehicle on Highway 6. The vehicle was clocked doing 134 km/h in a posted 80 km/h zone. Once the driver finally pulled over he stated he was speeding because he had to use the bathroom. The vehicle was towed and the driver’s licence seized for 7 days. The driver was issued a summons for a court date in January.
On December 11th at 1:00 am police were called to a vehicle into a fence on Campbellville Road. The driver reports that while coming over a hill while westbound on Campbellville Road he observed an oncoming vehicle in his lane. He swerved to avoid a collision and ended up in a ditch. The roadway was lightly covered with wet snow and lighting is poor in this area. He was unable to provide a description of the oncoming vehicle. The fence owner was notified of the damage.