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Last Updated: Friday May 22, 2015 7:22 PM
On May 22, 2015 Waterloo Regional Police in conjunction with the school administration at Huron Heights Secondary School placed the school in a hold and secure status as a precautionary measure after police were called to investigate a complaint of a potential safety threat. A search of the school was conducted and no safety issues related to the complaint were found. One adult male has been arrested and held in police custody in connection with the investigation and has been charged with two counts of utter threats and one charge of mischief. He is being held for a show cause hearing.
On May 21, 2015 at approximately 12:20pm a Cambridge male resident was arrested by Waterloo Regional Police for breaching a court order. During the arrest, the male failed to comply with police. A search incident to the arrest yielded quantities of crystal methamphetamine, heroin, and Canadian currency. The male was held in police custody pending the results of a show-cause hearing. He is charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking x 2, Breach of Recognizance x 5, and Assault with Intent to Resist Arrest.
On Thursday, May 21, 2015 just before 5pm, a 36 year old male from St. Catharine’s went to the Region of Waterloo Airport and after making a failed attempted to get onto the tarmac from inside of the airport terminal, jumped a barbed wire fence and gained access to the runway. The male got into the back seat of small airplane that had two occupants. The pilot of the plane taxied the plane towards the hangar. The male, who exhibited signs of being distraught and upset, exited the plane without further incident. Waterloo Regional Police arrived and arrested the male for 2 counts of Mischief, Trespass to Property and Endangering Safety of an Aircraft or Airport. There were no injuries sustained in this incident.
On May 21st, 2015, at approximately 8:30 am, police arrested two adult males and one female youth in connection to an investigation into multiple incidents of thefts from vehicles, break and enters and stolen vehicles, in the Victoria Street North and Natchez Road area of Kitchener. A 22 year old Kitchener male, 18 year old Maple male, and a 17 year old Kitchener female have been charged with multiple property related offences. As a result of these arrests, police have recovered property which is believed to have been taken from unlocked vehicles in the Victoria Street North and Natchez Road area. The items include wallets, tools, GPS units and golf clubs. Residents believing that they are missing property from their vehicles within the past week are asked to contact investigators at (519) 650-8500 ext. 2299 or Crime Stoppers 1 800 222 8477. Police are reminding motorists to ensure their parked vehicles are locked and to remove any valuables.
On Thursday May 21,2015 at 9:51 am first responders attended a business located at 965 Wilson Ave in the city of Kitchener for an injured female. A 26 year old female was operating a forklift when her hand got caught between the forklift and a steel structure. The female suffered a large cut and possible broken bones in her left hand. The Ministry of Labour was called in and are investigating.
On May 21, 2015 at approximately 3:20 a.m. Waterloo Regional Police responded to a report of a vehicle hitting a pedestrian at 11 Wendy Crt. in the City of Cambridge. Police had received information that a female and a male had been arguing in a parking lot. The female then got into a car and drove through a ditch before striking the male. As a result of the police investigation, a 21 year-old Cambridge woman was charged with Assault with a Weapon, Dangerous Driving and Mischief Under $5,000 as well as Highway Traffic Act charges. The male did not suffer any injuries. Anyone with information is asked to contact Waterloo Regional Police 519 650 8500 ext. 2299 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, at 6:18pm, Cambridge Core Areas Patrol (CCAP) officers located a Cambridge male on a set of train tracks. CCAP officers were able to talk the male off of the tracks and then prevented him from jumping off of a second story balcony. Waterloo Regional Police were called, and attended the scene, where the male was brought safely to the hospital for assessment. The CCAP Program aims to increase the safety and policing presence throughout the three core areas of Cambridge: Galt City Centre, Preston Towne Centre, and Hespeler Village. From the long weekend in May until the last weekend in August, CCAP officers will patrol the three core areas, and can help the community with directions, First Aid and CPR, questions about safety and call the Police on someone's behalf. They are ambassadors and are helping us build a safer community.