Armed Robbery at Rogers Store on Fairview in Burlington; cell phones stolen – no staff injuries

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON August 31, 2012 Halton Regional Police are investigating a robbery that occurred at a Rogers Wireless store in Burlington. On […]

Former Halton teacher criminally charged with sexually exploiting a student between 2005 and 2010

Former Halton Board of Education teacher charged with sexual exploitation

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON August 23, 2012 The Halton Children’s Aid Society has investigated a complaint against a Halton Board of Education teacher thought to […]

Arson Suspected in Two Car Blaze on Longmeadow Drive

Burlington Fire fighters quickly extinguished a blaze on Longmeadow Drive, Arson is suspected. .

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON August 23, 2012 It was just after 1 am in the morning when the fire trucks raced up Longmeadow Drive […]

Burlington’s Riviera Motel damaged by fire; arson suspected.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON August 18, 2012 The Riviera Motel, empty for at least six months was found ablaze late Friday night. Burlington fire crews […]

Bun fight on Silvan Drive: Police maintain the perils of social media evident at Burlington gathering

Surprise - we heard about your party and we want in.  Police were called - it got "unruly"

By Staff BURLINGTON. ON August 17, 2012 Halton Regional Police are reminding the public of the perils associated with social media platforms after notice of […]

Is this what they mean by organized crime? Threesome pull a fast one at Burlington Mall.

Organized crime - all in handcuffs

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON August 16, 2012 The Regional Police got a call from the Fido store at the Burlington Mall to report a […]

Pedestrian struck by car on Brant Street. Driver did not have a valid license. Police lay charges.

Police lay charges against unlicensed driver of car that struck pedestrian on Brant Street

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON August 9, 2012 A 42 year old Burlington resident, driving without a valid driver’s license, struck a pedestrian who was crossing […]

East end Burlington resident injured in home invasion; police asking for help.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON August 6, 2012 Just after 9:30pm, Sunday, an east end Burlington home was invaded by two males. One of the […]

They are out there again – trying to scam seniors of their savings. If the “bank inspector” calls – demand to see him at his office.

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By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON July 31, 2012 The Bank Investigator Scam is back. And as they usually do- they target vulnerable trusting seniors who […]

Halton ranked safest regional municipality in Canada with a population of over 100,000

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By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON July 27, 2012 Based on federal government statistics, the Region of Halton is the safest place to be in all […]

History takes another hit when vandals desecrate St. Luke’s Anglican Church Cemetery.

Redcoats salute a fallen soldier buried at st. Lukes Anglican Church Cemetary as part of the War of 1812 celebrations.

Redcoats salute a fallen soldier buried at St. Luke’s Anglican Church Cemetery as part of the War of 1812 celebrations. By Staff BURLINGTON, ON July […]

Health Club takes a hit; bandit takes cash; police nab bandit. Bandit will get a change of address.

Bandit left with just the cash from the Cedar Springs Health Club - but left something behind that allowed the police to arrest him the next day.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON July 25, 2012 It didn’t take long for the Halton Regional Police to make an arrest in the July 22nd break-in […]

Eyes on the street in a Burlington community results in three arrests for trafficking in marijuana.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON July 23, 2012 They call it eyes on the street; people keeping their eyes open and taking note of things that […]

New Regional police chief spent 16 formative years with the Halton Police service. Left to polish his resume and is now the top cop.

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By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON June 29, 2012 Stephen J. Tanner will become the next chief of the Halton Regional Police Service. For Tanner it […]

It has become the crime of choice for many criminals – it is relatively easy and it happens because we don’t pay attention – identity theft..

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By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON June 29, 2012 Halton Regional Police have laid a total of 140 charges related to fraud and identity theft Early […]

Knife point robbery on Brant at Caroline; suspect is believed to be a 15-17 year old female.

Writing up another report, not that many during the Sound of Music Festival

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON June 19, 2012 Last Sunday evening as the last of the Sound of Music fans were heading home, at 12:40 a.m., […]

Alert residents see suspicious behavior and call police; two Toronto types don’t drive home.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON June 16, 2012 It is watchful citizens that catch the criminals.. There was a series of daytime house break in in […]

It was a police operation code named “commute” – covered a lot of ground between Hamilton and Toronto; none on the GO train.

Numerous police units were involved in Operation Commute; an 11 month investigation that resulted in the seizure of three kilos of drugs and $45,000 in cash plus nine arrests.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON June 12, 2012 This was a big one. A total of nine people charged with multiple offences during what the […]

Halton Police Make Arrest in Stabbing Incident in Burlington near Tansley Woods Recreation Center

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON June 9, 2012 The Halton Regional Police Service were called to the wooded area near Tansley Woods Recreation Center on reports […]

Series of break-ins in the Headon, Millcroft, Alton Village and Orchard communities – they are looking for gold jewelry for the most part.

The police cannot protect our propert without help from the public.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON June 7, 2012 They first of all ensure that you aren’ The police cannot protect our propert without help from the […]