When they say “red light” they aren’t talking about a district – they’re talking about your wallet and the fines they will impose.

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By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON March 8, 2012 The first red light camera in Halton Region is up and running to remind drivers to stop […]

They don’t want their insurance company to find out about this mistake.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON March 8, 2012 It was reported as stolen but it may have been more of a prank. A Boothman Avenue resident […]

Young female believed she was being stalked by the driver of a white van in the Plains Rd East & Maple Avenue area.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON March 2, 2012 On February 29th around 8:30 p.m., a fifteen-year-old female walking west along Plains Road East from Maple Avenue […]

Indecent act on Brant Street committed by male in a minivan.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON February 29, 2012 It was more than a jolt for the young woman walking south on Brant near Prospect when she […]

Halton’s Crime Rate lowest since 1974; Drops 10.4% in 2011. Chief says low crime is a community achievement.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON February 23, 2012 An historic bench mark in public safety was achieved by the Halton Regional Police in 2011 with the […]

ATM at a bowling alley broken into, unauthorized cash withdrawal. Bowling balls were left in place.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON February 22, 2012 Burlington Bowl at 4065 Harvester Road was broken into early Sunday morning at around 3:30 am. People as […]

Armed robbery on Brant – thieves demand drugs at Medexpress and flee in broad daylight.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON February 17, 2012 There was an armed robbery at a pharmacy on Brant just before noon on Friday. Two armed suspects […]

Budding Picasso’s have had their careers stalled: police call it graffiti and that’s a no, no; pre-charge diversion for these lads.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON February 17, 2012 Police have identified a trio of Burlington youths as responsible for a number of graffiti ‘tagging’ incidents over […]

Another home invasion in Burlington – police are pretty good at apprehending – are judges being stiff with the sentences?

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By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON February 14, 2012. It wasn’t hearts or roses yesterday for two residents on Dryden Avenue. It was 2:00 am on […]

The woof woofs went bow wow and suddenly there was a handful of firearms and a grow op. Nibbles and bits for that puppy.

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By Pepper Parr Thursday evening the Halton Regional Police Guns and Gangs investigators along with the Emergency Services Unit raided a high risk east end […]

Halton police solve Burlington robbery before it gets reported; one adult male and one youth charged.

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By Staff Halton Regional Police laid robbery charges against an 18-yr-old man and a 16-yr-old youth, when suspicions the officers had, proved accurate. On February […]

Two geniuses use hand gun in a Lakeshore Road convenience store robbery.

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By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON February 7, 2012 – Perfectly innocent people are victimized by crime and when that criminal is a gun toting youth […]

Halton police detectives lead investigation and arrests of a gang of ATM skimmers, recover $30,000 cash.

Halton Detectives Murray and Perron

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON February 3, 2012 – The chiefs all looked a little wooden but it was a great day for the two […]

Lifestyle change awaiting resident accused of drug trafficking. He`s going to have time to “contemplate”.

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By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON February 4, 2012 – Jeremy Isard is looking at some new experiences and may be the first person in Burlington […]

Eleven very big and very expensive truck tires are not where they are supposed to be.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON January 26, 2012 There is someone out there who has wheels that don’t belong to them. Thieves stole twelve Michelin X2E2 […]

Neighbours help nab thief attempting to break into a Woodland Ave home.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON January 25, 2012 A Woodland Avenue resident, returning to her home at 4:45 in the afternoon on January 23rd interrupted a […]

Those were not neighbours making a call – imagine what could have gone wrong had the criminals gotten into the house

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON January 17, 2012 It was a cold Canadian winter night with everyone in a home on Cherry Hill Crescent snuggled under […]

The reindeer that left Spencer Smith Park didn’t go back to the North Pole. They were stolen.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON January 16, 2012 There is a group of people, less than twenty, who gather in a city workshop and plan for […]

More people in Burlington get scooped in RIDE program than anywhere else in the Region.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON January 10, 2012 – Halton Regional Police released statistics on the number of people caught in the net they put out […]

Big trucks are attracting the attention of the thieving community. Load of engines get taken from fenced compound.

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By Staff BURLINGTON, ON January 5, 2012 – During the Christmas holiday period suspects as yet known slipped into the fenced compound of Trans East […]