Arrests Made After Investigation into Objects Thrown at Vehicles on the QEW

Crime 100By Staff

June 1, 2020


The Regional Police Service (HRPS) has made three arrests in connection to the investigation into objects being thrown at vehicles on the Queen Elizabeth Way. This incident took place on Sunday May 10, 2020

HRPS crestOn Sunday May 31, 2020 police arrested and charged:

Alias Ouzzine (20) of Burlington
• Mischief Cause Danger to Life

Geoffrey Prins (18) of Burlington
• Mischief Cause Danger to Life

A 17 year old male from Oakville was also arrested and charged with Mischief Cause to Danger Life however police will not be revealing the identity of the youth.

Investigation confirmed the accused were throwing eggs at vehicles driving on the QEW in Burlington.

All three arrested parties have been released from custody pending a court appearance in Milton.

Snow 2 QEW btwn Walk and Apple

Dropping eggs on cars as they pass under an overpass was really stupid. Hours and hours of community service is called for

Investigators would also like thank residents for their assistance in this investigation. Police received a large amount of information from the public after the initial media release, and that information helped investigators immensely.

A social media video was posted on Sunday May 10, 2020.

In the video two male persons are observed on the South Service Road and were throwing objects at moving motor vehicles in the eastbound lanes of the QEW. The males are observed doing this numerous times and laughing as they attempted to hit vehicles with objects.

Tips can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers. “See something? Hear something? Know something? Contact Crime Stoppers” at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at

Please be reminded that all persons charged are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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1 comment to Arrests Made After Investigation into Objects Thrown at Vehicles on the QEW

  • Luke

    A group of teens about 3 years ago dropped bricks or rocks from the overpass I travelled under daily in Clio Michigan one went through the windshield of a car killing the driver, leaving a widow with children at home.
    The youths were arrested later at a McDonalds all were charged with manslaughter, as adults.

    Crimes should have punishment not “Community Service” as an earlier version of this story suggested.