News Archive April 2011

Apr 28, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Thursday April 28, 2011@ 15:21

Incident # 11-093649    Type : Dangerous Condition    
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at approximately 3:20 p.m. emergency services responded to Pepperwood Crescent in Kitchener.

A female teen was walking home when a large oak tree was uprooted and fell due to the high winds and heavy rain at the time.

The teen was trapped under the tree for a short time. She was freed with the help of area residents and fire department personnel.

Apr 27, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Wednesday April 27, 2011@ 14:32

Incident # 11-092934    Type : Robbery    
On April 26, 2011 at approximately 4:45 p.m. a Kitchener man reported being the victim of a robbery in the area of Victoria Street and Park Street, Kitchener.

The victim was approached by several males and some electronics were taken. The male received minor injuries that did not require any medical treatment.

Apr 26, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Tuesday April 26, 2011@ 8:14

Incident # 11-091432    Type : Break and Enter    
Sometime overnight on Friday April 22 to Saturday April 23, unknown suspects stole a tractor trailer combination from a truck stop on Cedar Creek Rd, North Dumfries.

A break in occurred shortly after to a business on Dumfries Road, North Dumfries Township. The trailer from the Cedar Creek Road location was left behind and a trailer from the Dumfries Road location was taken.

Apr 25, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Monday April 25, 2011@ 10:26

Incident # 11-090060    Type : Suspect Apprehension Pursuit    
On April 23, 2011 at approximately 7:30pm, a Policer attempted to stop a motor vehicle in the area of Cedar Street South, Kitchener for a suspected driving offence.

The driver failed to stop for police, and a suspect apprehension pursuit was initiated. The pursuit ended approximately one block away when the driver of the vehicle stopped the car and fled on foot.

Apr 21, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Thursday April 21, 2011@ 9:46

Incident # 11-079425    Type : Suspicious Person    
On Saturday April 09, 2011 at approximately 6:30pm, an 18 year old female was jogging on Wilby Rd in the Township of Wilmot.

A 1990's model blue four door car was observed slowly following the jogger, then pass by. This action occurred three times.

Apr 20, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Wednesday April 20, 2011@ 13:55

Incident # 11-087842    Type : Proactive Initiative/Enforcement    
Members of South Division, responding to complaints from the community, have arrested several males in connection with an investigation into sex trade activities in the core areas of Cambridge.

Apr 19, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Tuesday April 19, 2011@ 8:10

Incident # 11-086296    Type : Auto Theft    
On April 18, 2011, at approximately 10:00 p.m., police observed a vehicle reported stolen in the core area of Kitchener. While attempting to stop the vehicle, however the driver refused and fled, damaging two nearby police cruisers.

Damage to both vehicles was minor and no injuries were sustained.

Apr 18, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Monday April 18, 2011@ 15:31

Incident # 11-083961    Type : Fire    
On April 15th, 2011, at approximately 10:25 a.m. a fire started in a pile of wood behind a residence in the 2000 block of Sandhills Rd., Wilmot Township.

The fire is believed to have ignited after smoldering ashes left in pails were carried by strong wind conditions into dry grass and the wood pile.

Apr 15, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Friday April 15, 2011@ 8:20

Incident # 11-083536    Type : Motor Vehicle Collision - Injuries    
On Thursday April 14th at 7:09pm, a 21 year old Waterloo male cyclist was traveling south on Westmount Road approaching University Ave. in the City of Waterloo.

At the same time, a 1992 BMW being operated by a 17 year old Waterloo male was traveling north on Westmount Road and turned left at University into the path of the cyclist.

Apr 14, 2011

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Thursday April 14, 2011@ 15:22

Incident # 11-082545    Type : Motor Vehicle Collision - Injuries    
On Wednesday April 13, 2011, a two vehicle collision occured on Kingsway Dr near St Jerome Av in Kitchener at about 3:30pm.

At approximately 3:30pm, a Dodge Caravan driven by an 83 yr old Kitchener female was turning left onto Kingsway from a private driveway. At the same time a Ford Freestar driven by an 89 yr old Kitchener male was eastbound on Kingsway.


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