Major Incident Summaries
Published : Wednesday June 27, 2012@ 8:23
Incident # 12-148398 Type : Break and Enter
WILSON AVE, KITCHENER
On June 26, 2012 at approximately 3:30 am police were contacted after a resident of an apartment building on Wilson Ave., Kitchener, became concerned about seeing two unknown males enter the underground parking garage.
Police arrived quickly and with the help of good descriptors, arrested the two males inside the garage.
The males were found in possession of stolen property at the time of the arrest. A 25 year old male of no fixed address and a 21 year old male of no fixed address are facing several charges including break and enter commit, possession of break and enter tools, possession of stolen property, drug related offences, and breaching their probation.
Since the complainant contacted police right away, police were able to make a quick arrest. The property that was recovered was returned to the owner.
Police are reminding everyone to remove valuables and continue to lock their motor vehicles including motor vehicles that are in a secure parking garage.
Incident # 12-149151 Type : Dangerous Condition
MAIN ST, CAMBRIDGE
On June 26, 2012, a 20 year old male and a 14 year old female, both of Cambridge, entered a tunnel connecting to the Grand River located at Cedar St/Water St S, Cambridge.
They walked in the tunnel for approximately 15 minutes when they came across some rough water. The two were able to find a place of safety within the tunnel and phoned for help.
Waterloo Regional Police Service along with Cambridge Fire Department responded to the scene. Callouts from the Cambridge Fire Department into the tunnels were successful which resulted in the male and female being located underground in the area of 150 Main St, Cambridge.
The two were brought to safety by members of the Cambridge Fire Department. There were no injuries to either party. A Trespass to Property Act charge was laid.
Incident # 12-148813 Type : Robbery
DUNDAS ST N, CAMBRIDGE
On June 26, 2012 at approximately 2:39 PM, a lone male entered the Bank of Montreal on Dundas St. in Cambridge. He brandished a weapon and took an undisclosed amount of money. He fled on foot and was last seen running southbound on Dundas St. towards Main St.
The suspect is described as male black, 6'2" to 6'5" with an average build. He was seen wearing a dark hoodie and baggy khaki pants with black shoes.
Anyone having any information on this incident is requested to contact South Division Detectives at 519-653-7700 x2231 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS
Incident # 12-148456 Type : Graffiti
MORNINGDALE CRES, WATERLOO
During the night of 25-26 June 2012, (an) unknown suspect(s) vandalized vehicles and a house with graffiti in the area of Northlake Drive and Green Meadow Crescent in Waterloo.
The vandalism consisted of offensive drawings and racial slurs.
Waterloo Regional Police Detectives are investigating and anyone with any information is asked to call Police at 519-650-8500 x3399 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
Incident # 12-149011 Type : Motor Vehicle Collision - Injuries
WILMOT CENTRE RD, WILMOT ON CANADA (AREA: WRS
At 6:51 p.m. on June 26, 2012, police responded to the intersection of Bleams Road and Wilmot Centre Road in Wilmot Township, for a collision involving a bicycle and a car.
A 49 year old man from Kitchener was operating a bicycle on Wilmot Centre Road and failed to stop at the stop sign at Bleams Road. The cyclist proceeded into the intersection and was struck by a car that was travelling west on Bleams Road.
A 22 year old male from Zurich, Ontario was operating a 1999 Mazda car west with the right of way on Bleams Road and attempted to avoid the collision and slowed significantly however made contact with the cyclist.
The cyclist was taken to Grand River Hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. He has been charged with Failing to Yield to Traffic on a Through Highway.
The cyclist was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash which prevented more serious injuries.