Everything you ever wanted to know about what the police do can be learned if you get into the Citizen Police Academy.

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November 19th, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

Anyone interested in learning more about the Forensic Identification Unit, the Tactical and Rescue Unit, or the Collision Reconstruction Unit of the Halton Regional Police Service might want to follow up on a really interesting opportunity.

Are you curious to know what it’s really like to be a police officer? Want to know about fraud and identity theft prevention?

The Halton Regional Police Service still has spots available for the upcoming session of the Citizen Police Academy. This informative and innovative program runs from 7-10 pm every Tuesday night for twelve weeks, between January 26th and April 12th 2016.

HRPS Storm sniffing

How do the police choose dogs for the canine unit and how does the police officer handle the actual training – and where does the dog go at night?

Each week participants are given presentations on various aspects of the Police Service. Just a few of the areas of the Police Service that are covered include Recruiting, Hostage Negotiations, Major Crime Investigations, Police Training Unit, Polygraph, Morality/Drugs, and the Communications Bureau.

This voluntary program is designed for anyone who wants to improve their knowledge of their local Police Service, and policing in Canada in general.

HRPS - coffee maker Both suspects

How do the police get video from crime scenes and how do they analyze the information?

Preference is given to persons who reside in, work in, or own a business in the Region of Halton.

For more information go online:

A current email address is mandatory for communication purposes and correspondence.

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Police called it a shop lifting spree - $3000 worth of stuff taken from Fortinos - they never made it to their car.

Crime 100By Staff

November 18, 2019

BURLINGTON, ON

Two people decided to get the jump on the weekend shoppers on Monday. Just after 7:40 pm an observant Loss Prevention Officer at a local Fortinos Store observed a man and woman load a grocery cart with large quantities of merchandise and suspected they would leave without paying for the items so police were called.

The Loss Prevention Officers suspicions proved correct as the man and woman left the store with the loaded cart without paying. Uniformed officers had arrived just as the couple were exiting the store and they were immediately arrested.

Police located the couple’s vehicle in the parking lot which had recently stolen licence plates on it. A search of the vehicle resulted in the seizure of a large quantity of stolen merchandise from other Burlington stores.

Items stolen include chewing gum, toothpaste, chocolate bars, perfume and toilet paper. The exact value of the items stolen is not yet known however it is believed to be in excess of $3000.00

Arrested/charged are:

Scott Cameron RUPERT (44 yrs) of Hamilton

• Theft under $5000 (Five Counts)
• Possession of property obtained by crime (Two counts)
• Fail to comply with probation

 

Maria MONIZ (30 yrs) of Hamilton

• Theft under $5000 (Five Counts)
• Possession of property obtained by crime (Two counts)

Both were released on a Promise to Appear with an Undertaking and will appear in Milton Court on December 16th 2015.

Ho ho ho to them.

Anyone who may have any information pertaining to these or other incidents is asked to call the Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825 4747 ext. 2316, Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222 8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting *Tip201* with your message to 274637 (crimes)

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Three arrested in a Burlington drug raid - cocaine, marijuana and cannabis resin + $2940 in cash seized

Crime 100By Staff

November 16, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

On November 13th 2015, the Halton Regional Police, Burlington Strategic Support Team (SST), concluded a drug trafficking investigation that resulted in three arrests and the execution of Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant at a Burlington residence.

Seized as a result of the Investigation:

• 59 grams of cocaine
• 428 grams of marihuana)
• 11 grams of cannabis resin/ hashish , also known as “shatter”
• $2940.00 in cash.

The drugs have an estimated street value of $ 10,500.00

The following persons have been charged:

Robert David EMERY (25 yrs) of Burlington (Released on Promise to Appear in Milton Court on December 22nd 2015)

• Trafficking a controlled substance (cocaine),
• Possession of a controlled substance (cocaine) for the purpose of trafficking,
• Possession of a controlled substance (marihuana) – under 30 grams

Cole SIROIS (22 yrs) of Burlington (Released on Promise to Appear in Milton Court on December 22nd 2015)
• Possession of a controlled substance, (marihuana) for the purpose of trafficking,
• Possession of a controlled substance (cannabis resin) for the purpose of trafficking,

Aaron MACISAAC (22 yrs) of Burlington (Released on Promise to Appear in Milton Court on December 15th 2015)
• Possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).

Investigators remind the public to utilize Crime Stoppers to report any illegal drug, gun or gang activity at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477), through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637(crimes)

Assuming the federal government decides to get into the distribution of marihuana – how will the police handle drug raids?

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Police seeking suspect in personal property thefts at Joseph Brant Hospital

Crime 100By Staff

November 14, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

The Regional police have advised media that the person responsible has now been identified as Kerry HENWOOD (54-yrs) whose last know address was in the Hamilton area. He is now wanted for three counts of theft under $5000 and 7 counts of fraudulent use of credit card under $5000.

Detectives in Burlington are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man responsible for a series of thefts from the Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital

On Sunday November 8th 2015, an unknown male suspect attended the hospital and gained access to employee areas within the hospital. The suspect stole personal items belonging to several employees.

hospital theft susoect photoThe same suspect later used the victim’s stolen banking cards at various retail locations in Burlington.

The suspect is described as being male, white, approximately 50 years of age, standing between 5’2″ to 5’4″ and weighing between 140-150lbs. He has short brown spiky hair and was seen wearing dark framed eyeglasses. He wore a dark coloured vest with a long sleeved shirt with gray & black horizontal stripes.

Anyone with information that would assist in this investigation is asked to contact Detective Constable Kevin Harvey at 905 825-4747 extension 2347 or Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-TIPS (8477), through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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Police arrest a suspect in the nighttime break & enter and theft from vehicles in Aldershot.

 

Crime 100By Staff

November 13, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

On Thursday November 12th at approximately 3:40 AM, a resident on Park Avenue in Burlington woke up to find an intruder in the home.

After being discovered, the intruder quickly fled and police were called.

At approximately 5:00 AM, police responded to Spring Garden Road for a report of a male breaking into cars.

Police located and arrested a male who was found to be in possession of numerous stolen items including a PlayStation 4 that had been stolen from the Park Avenue break and enter.

Arrested and held for bail is:

Wayne Gordon PUNTER (38 yrs) of Maple Crossing Blvd. in Burlington

Charges:

Break, Enter & Theft
Possession of Break-in Instruments
Possession of Property Obtained by Crime under $5000
Theft under $5000
Breach Probation (Three counts)

Anyone with information about this investigation are asked to contact the Detective Vince Couce – Burlington – Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905 825-4747 ext. 2307 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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Halton Police Looking for Nicholas Christopher Sawadski

Crime 100By Staff

November 13th, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

 

The Halton Regional Police Service, Burlington station is reaching out to the public for help locating wanted persons and hold them accountable for their actions.

There are numerous people who continue to evade the police and the court system and continue to live out in our communities while having a warrant for their arrest in place.

Every Friday, the Burlington Offender Management Unit shares information on a wanted person in hopes that the public can assist in locating the individual.

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Nicholas Christopher SAWADSKI 31 years old of, Brantford ON.

3 District, Burlington Offender Management Unit is searching for Nicholas Christopher SAWADSKI 31 years old of, Brantford ON.

In November 2014, the accused stole a quantity of electronic goods from a store in Burlington and was arrested and charged.

The accused failed to attend Court. Officers have made numerous attempts to locate the accused with negative results and a Warrant has been issued for his arrest.

He is wanted by Halton Regional Police for:

Theft under $5000
Fail to Comply Probation
Fail to Re-attend Court

SAWADSKI is described as 5’7”, 165 lbs with short brown hair and brown eyes. SAWADSKI is known to frequent the areas of Burlington, Brantford, Tillsonburg and the surrounding areas.

The police share “Fugitive Friday” information on their website and via social media through Twitter @HRPSBurl and @HaltonPolice.

Anyone who may have witnessed this person or has information that would assist investigators in locating him are asked to contact D/C Bulbrook – Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau – Offender Management Team at 905-825-4747 Ext. 2346 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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Weapons amnesty brings in 135 devices - including a one-handed crossbow

Crime 100By Staff

November 6, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

Between October 19 and October 26, 2015, the Halton Regional Police Drug, Gun and Gang Unit ran a week long amnesty for residents to get rid of unwanted weapons. Officers responded to pick up requests from citizens around the region, looking to surrender and dispose of firearms, weapons and ammunition.

Gun amnesty haul

Police display the weapons turned in by the public during a weapons amnesty.

A list of items turned into police is as follows:

55 rifles
14 shotguns
27 pellet handguns
22 pellet rifles
17 handguns
2 starter pistols
1 one-handed crossbow
10 knives
250 pounds of ammunition.

It is evident our communities in Halton are that much safer due to the partnership between the community and police. 135 total weapons capable of firing some form of projectile are no longer available for opportunistic thieves.

 

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Police seeking a fugitive with 25 criminal convictions.

Crime 100By Staff

November 6, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

The Burlington Offender Management Unit of the Halton Regional Police Service is searching for Scott Michael MACDONALD 36 years old of, St Catherines ON.

FF29In September 2015 the accused stole a quantity of electronics from a store in Burlington and made good his escape.

During the investigation it came to light that the accused was on a separate release for similar offences in York Region as well as probation for a similar offence in Halton Region

Officers made numerous attempts to locate the accused with negative results and a warrant was issued for his arrest

To date the accused has managed to amass 25 convictions for various offences including; Thefts, Frauds, Break and Enters, Over 80 mgs and Fail to Attend Court

He is wanted by Halton Regional Police for:

Theft under $5000
Fail to Comply Undertaking x 2
Fail to Comply Probation

MACDONALD is described as 5’9”, 150 lbs with dirty blonde hair and blue eyes. He has numerous tattoos – Right forearm – “SATYANEARY”, Left arm – full sleeve, Left forearm – “MIKAYLA” in Cambodian. MACDONALD is known to frequent the areas of Burlington, Brantford, York, Niagara and the surrounding areas.

The Regional police began a Fugitive Friday program intended to seek the support of the community to apprehend people who continue to evade the police and the court system and continue to live out in our communities while having a warrant for their arrest in place.

Every Friday, the Burlington Offender Management Unit will share information on a wanted person in hopes that the public can assist in locating the individual. The information will be on the Police Service web site and made public via social media through Twitter @HRPSBurl and @HaltonPolice.

The HRPS shares “Fugitive Friday” information on our website and via social media through Twitter @HRPSBurl and @HaltonPolice.

Anyone who may have witnessed this person or has information that would assist investigators in locating him are encouraged to contact D/Cst. Bulbrook – Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau – Offender Management Team at 905-825-4747 Ext. 2346 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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Fire arms amnesty pulls in more than 100 weapons - streets are now safer say the police.

Crime 100By Staff

November 5th, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

The Halton Regional Police have completed their week long firearms and weapons amnesty.

Between October 19 and October 26, 2015, Halton officers responded to pick up requests from citizens around the region, looking to surrender and dispose of firearms and weapons.

Approximately 130 firearms were turned in, approximately 10 knives and 250 pounds of ammunition.

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Regional police work with Border Services nab imported heroin - two charged held for a bail hearing.

Crime 100By Staff

November 3rd, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

The Halton Regional Police partnered with the Canadian Border Services and intercepted a shipment of heroin they believe was headed for the streets of Halton.

On November 2, 2015, the Halton Regional Police Drug, Gun & Gang Unit concluded an investigation related to the importation of heroin into Canada, more specifically, into Halton.

Heroin Uganda Nov 3-15

Heroin seized by the Regional police at a post box service outlet in the Region – check the weight.

In October 2015, the Canada Border Services Agency intercepted a package into the country containing heroin which originated from Uganda. The package was destined for a private mailbox at a retail shipping store in the Town of Oakville. The Canada Border Services Agency notified the Halton Police who began monitoring the package.

On November 2, 2015, two Brampton men, Jordan JONES and Rogan THOMAS, attended the Oakville retail shipping store and retrieved the package. Both men were arrested and a search warrant was executed at Jordan JONES’ residence resulting in the seizure of electronic devices.

Accused:
Rohan THOMAS, 19 years from Brampton has been charged with:

Importing heroin
Trafficking heroin
Uttering a forged document
Use a counterfeit mark

Jordan JONES, 27 years from Brampton has been charged with:

Importing heroin
Possession for the purpose of trafficking heroin

Both men were held in custody pending a bail hearing schedule for November 3, 2015, at the Milton courthouse.
Anyone with information on this crime is asked to contact the Drug, Gun and Gang Unit at 905 825-4747 ext 8732 or anyone with information on this or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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Skips bail on a driving while impaired charge - police would like to find Donald Ray McGill

Crime 100By Staff

October 30th, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

There are numerous people who continue to evade the police and the court system and continue to live out in our communities while having a warrant for their arrest in place.

Every Friday, for the past 28 weeks, the Burlington Offender Management Unit shares information on a wanted person in hopes that the public can assist in locating the individual.

In this edition of Fugitive Friday is searching for Donald Ray McGILL, 53 years old of, St Thomas ON.

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Donald Ray McGILL, 53 years old of, St Thomas ON.

In April 2014, the accused was observed by officers speeding and driving erratically around the City of Burlington.

The accused was arrested and subsequently provided two samples of breath which registered a fail

He was charged with Driving while Impaired and Over 80 mgs of Alcohol

The accused was released and was scheduled to re-attend court in September 2015 which he failed to do and warrants were issued for his arrest.

He is wanted by Halton Regional Police for:

Driving while Impaired
Driving with more than 80 mgs of alcohol
Fail to Re-Attend Court

McGILL is described as 5’11”, 165lbs, blue eyes and greying blonde hair. McGILL has tattoos of a “dagger” on his upper left arm and “Heaven’s Gate” on his left forearm. McGILL is known to frequent the areas of Burlington, Oakville, St Thomas and the surrounding areas.

The police share “Fugitive Friday” information on their website and via social media through Twitter @HRPSBurl and @HaltonPolice.

Anyone who may have witnessed this person or has information that would assist investigators in locating him are encouraged to contact D/C Bulbrook – Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau – Offender Management Team at 905-825-4747 Ext. 2346 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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Interested in a career in policing? New police recruiting video asks: Have you got what it takes?

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October 28, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

The Halton Regional Police Recruiting Bureau has launched their new Constable Recruitment video; it is expected to attract a lot of interest in those who see policing as a career goal.

The uniform officers are the face of policing in the Halton Region. The Police service wants to attract well-rounded men and women with passion, integrity and desire to make a difference in people’s lives.

The Service is committed to recruiting, training and developing the talents of those who can serve the public and maintain the high level of public safety.
There are two version of the video. The long version portrays several day to day duties from positions and units across the Service.

There is a short version.

Those interested in learning more about the hiring process can locate information and a link to the online application at https://www.haltonpolice.ca/JoinUs/Pages/default.aspx .

Applicants can also email policerecruiting@haltonpolice.ca or call 905-825-4747, ext. 5112.

Have you got what it takes?

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Halton Police Investigating Robbery at Plains Road Gas Station

Crime 100By Staff

October 28, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

Just before 9 pm last night an unknown male walked towards a gas station on Plains Road and robbed the attendant.

Husky Gaas stationThe man entered the kiosk of the Husky Gas Station located at 559 Plains Rd East in the City of Burlington, brandished a knife and demanded cash.

The suspect left with a handful of bills and coins and fled on foot in an easterly direction towards Cedarwood Place.

The male suspect is described as wearing a black jacket with the hood up over his head and a red bandana covering his face. He was wearing black gloves and black pants.

The Super Store almost directly across the street from the Husky gas station was also robbed on October 21st.  The Gazette reported on that event,

Anyone with any information on this crime is asked to contact the Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905 825-4747 ext 2316 or anyone with information on this or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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Identity theft is all over the place on the internet- Stay vigilant.

Crime 100By Staff

October 27th, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

They are out in force this week – the fraud artists are just flooding the internet with what at first glance looks like a message from your banker – always look at the email address the message came from – and even then – give the bank a call – they always want to hear from you about any effort to scam your money from you.

Identity theft - many faces

The scam artists want to learn as much as they can about you – so they can become you and drain every dollar you have out of your account. Pay attention to the email you get.

One of our people got two requests to check on their account – first one went like this:

It came from: CIBC Online <no-reply@cibonl.com>- that is not a CIBC email address

Because we have received multiple failed authentication attempts, your online access has been temporarily locked.
To restore your access, click: Sign On to CIBC Online and proceed with the verification process.

The second one came from:

Customer Contact Centre! <supervisor@hdt.es>
And used the first name of the person it was sent to: Good afternoon (name)

Your Bank of Montreal account has just been used to connect Internet Explorer on Windows 10/26/2015 12:27:39 Uganda

Could not this browser if you have used this device or with your account.
This can happen when you first connect to another computer, phone or browser when you use the browser incognito or private browsing or deleting cookies or when accessing your account else.

If this was you, please sign in from your regularly used device.

If you haven’t recently signed in from an unrecognized device and believe someone may have accessed your account, please visit this link to change your password and update your account recovery information.

Thanks for taking these additional steps to keep your account safe.

The grammatical errors were a dead giveaway with this one.

ID theft screen

The identity thieves are very good at what they do.

They are out there – looking for someone who may not pay close attention. It is your money –make sure someone doesn’t steal it from you.

Stay vigilant.

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Weapons amnesty ends in two days - police have set up a dedicated phone line

Crime 100By Pepper Parr

October 27th, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

The Halton Regional Firearms and Weapons Amnesty ends in two days October 29, 2015.

The police have encouraged people to surrender their unregistered or unwanted firearms and weapons to the Halton Regional Police.

This amnesty is an opportunity for members of the community to hand in firearms and/or weapons and ammunition that are unused, inherited or illegal, without the fear of being charged for having them.

Guns weapons amnesty

Weapons previously turned in by the public.

During this amnesty, the police encourage people to turn in illegally held guns and ammunition and any other unwanted firearms, imitation firearms and air guns. In addition, any weapon that may pose a threat to public safety such as switchblades, butterfly knives, pepper spray, nunchuks, shurikens, push daggers, knife-combs, crossbows, spiked wristbands, batons and/or blowguns.

There is a dedicated telephone line available to arrange a firearm or weapon pick up. (905) 465-8733 will be monitored from Monday to Saturday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm during the ten days.

DO NOT BRING ANY WEAPONS OR FIREARMS TO A POLICE STATION.

DO NOT TRANSPORT FIREARMS OR WEAPONS IN YOUR VEHICLE.

DO NOT GREET OFFICERS AT THE DOOR WITH FIREARMS/WEAPONS.

Officers assigned to pick up the weapons will provide police identification and will require a signature for destruction.

This Amnesty is an opportunity for everyone to take part in removing these firearms and weapons from the community, reducing the risk of them falling into the hands of criminals.

Last year, approximately 180 firearms were turned in, about 40 knives and 200 pounds of ammunition.

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Police ask for help with a crime ten days after it was reported to have taken place.

Crime 100By Staff

October 26, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

On Thursday October 15th 2015 at approximately 4:00 am, an unknown person entered numerous vehicles in the City of Burlington. Among other items, the suspect stole credit cards which were later used at various locations in Burlington and Brampton.

Credit card thief

While the police news release was sketchy – there is nothing sketchy about the quality of the video that was captured.

Anyone who has information that would assist investigators in identifying this male are encouraged to contact D/Cst Freeman – Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4747 Ext. 2363, Det Bale ext 2312, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

Not a lot of detail in this police report and why is it being made public ten days after the crime was committed?
If you can help – do help.

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Regional police are looking for Jordan Travis MILLER, 28 years old, of Ohsweken, ON. Accused has 29 criminal convictions

Crime 100By Staff

October 23, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

There are people who continue to evade the police and the court system and continue to live out in our communities while having a warrant for their arrest in place.

This is the 27th week that the Halton Regional Police have published a “Fugitive Friday” notice that reaches out to the public for help locating wanted persons and hold them accountable for their actions.

The Burlington Offender Management Unit of the Regional police is searching for Jordan Travis MILLER, 28 years old, of Ohsweken, ON.

FF27 Jordan Travis Miller

Jordan Travis MILLER, 28 years old, of Ohsweken, ON.

In July 2011, the accused was in possession of a vehicle stolen from an address in Cambridge.

The vehicle was located and recovered in Burlington. A warrant was issued for the accused after several attempts were made to locate him and he continues to evade capture at this time.

The accused has 29 criminal charge convictions for various offences such as Dangerous Operation, Theft under & Over $5000, Possession of Break and Enter Instruments, Flight from Police and Fail to Comply Probation.

He is wanted by Halton Regional Police Service for:

Possession of Stolen Property under $5000
Breach of Probation Order x 2

MILLER is also wanted by:

Brant County OPP – Possession of Stolen Property over $5000

Brantford Police Service – Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, Possess Break and Enter Instruments x 2, Breach of Probation Order x 2, Attempt Theft Over, Drive Disqualified x 3 and Fail to Re-Attend Court

MILLER is described as 5’7”, 130lbs, brown eyes and black hair. Miller is known to frequent the areas of Burlington, Hamilton, Ohsweken and the surrounding areas.

Anyone who may have witnessed this person or has information that would assist investigators in locating him are encouraged to contact D/C Bulbrook – Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau – Offender Management Team at 905-825-4747 Ext. 2346 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

The police share “Fugitive Friday” information on their website and via social media through Twitter @HRPSBurl and @HaltonPolice.

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Super Convenience Store in Aldershot robbed last Sunday

Crime 100By Staff

October 21, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

The Halton Regional Police are currently investigating a robbery that occurred at The Super Convenience Store located at 574 Plains Road East in Burlington.

On October 18th, 2015 at approximately 7:00pm a suspect, who was armed with a knife approached the clerk inside the store and demanded the clerk to open the cash register. The suspect subsequently fled to an awaiting vehicle. As a result of the robbery the suspect may have sustained an injury to his right wrist or lower part of his right arm.

The clerk was not hurt during the incident.

The suspect is described as:

Male, white, slim build, approximately 5 feet 8 to 5 feet 10 inches tall, wearing a black winter jacket with fur around the hood, black adidas track pants, white gloves and white shoes. The suspect had his face concealed by wearing dark coloured sunglasses and a red and white bandana over the lower portion of his face.

Any person with information related to this robbery is encouraged to contact Detective Phil Vandenbeukel at 905-825-4747 ext. 2343 or D/Sgt. Ron Hansen at 905-825-4747 ext. 2315 of the Halton Regional Police Service 30 Division Criminal Investigations Bureau or Halton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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Police recover what they believe to be murder weapon at Guelph Line residence.

Crime 100By Staff

October 17, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

Halton Regional Police have concluded their investigation at the scene on Guelph Line at approximately 9:30 this morning, Saturday, October 17, 2015.
The ongoing investigation was of the murder of Wesley Nagel; a knife, believed to be the murder weapon was located inside the residence.
The preliminary cause of death was as a result of a stabbing.

Police previously reported that Robert Nagel, 32 years of age, stabbed his Father, 62-year-old Wesley Nagel and then called the police at 911
The police took Robert Nagel into custody and later charged him with second degree murder.

Wesley Nagel lived in a basement apartment of the 611 Guelph Line residence; his son was staying with him at the time.

Anyone with information on this investigation is asked to contact A/Detective Sergeant Alistair Watt of the Homicide Unit at 905-465-8762 or the Homicide Tip Line at 905-825-4776 or anyone with information on this or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

Previous articles:

Regional police respond to 911 call about a stabbing

Police lay second degree murder charges

 

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Police charge Robert Nagel with the murder of his 62 year old father Wesley Nagel

Crime 100By Staff

October 16, 2015

BURLINGTON, ON

Police have completed their investigation of the murder of a male at a residence on Guelph line which took place Thursday evening.
The police went to the residence on Guelph Line as the result of a 911 call from a male who reported a stabbing had taken place.

Murder - arresting officers

Police place then murder suspect in a cruiser and later charge Robert Nagel with second degree murder.

Police came upon a domestic altercation and found 62-year-old Wesley NAGEL with stab wounds. The victim was transported to hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.

The victim’s son was staying at the residence and was present when police arrived. He was subsequently arrested at the scene.

Murder suspect - finger

Robert Nagel in the back of a police cruiser after being arrested by Regional Police.

Wesley Nigel Robert NAGEL, 32 years , from Burlington has been charged with:

Second degree murder

The accused has been held for a bail hearing scheduled for Friday October 16, 2015 in Milton court.

Anyone with information on this investigation is asked to contact A/Detective Sergeant Alistair Watt of the Homicide Unit at 905-465-8762 or the Homicide Tip Line at 905-825-4776 or anyone with information on this or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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