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  • Nov 09, 2011

    Major Incident Summaries
    Published : Wednesday November 9, 2011@ 8:01

    Incident # 11-259666    Type : Robbery    
    MADISON AV S, KITCHENER
    At approximately 10:00 p.m. on November 08, 2011 a 25 year old Kitchener male was robbed of his cellular phone on Madison Avenue South, Kitchener. The two suspects were known to the victim. There were no injuries as a result of the incident.

  • Nov 08, 2011

    Major Incident Summaries
    Published : Tuesday November 8, 2011@ 11:29

    Incident # 11-258955    Type : Robbery    
    KINGSWAY DR, KITCHENER
    On November 8, 2011 at 12:30am outside Fairview Park Mall, 3 suspects punched an 18 year old male victim and robbed him of a video game.

    The suspects are described as two White or Hispanic males and one Black male all wearing dark hoodies and dark pants. The victim suffered minor injuries in the incident.

  • Nov 07, 2011

    Waterloo Regional Police continue to investigate a number of distraction-style thefts in Waterloo Region and are requesting the assistance of the public for information that will help identify the individuals in the attached security camera images.

    Synopsis:
    On October 28, 2011 between 12:30 pm and 1:30 pm an elderly female was shopping at Zehr’s on Holiday Inn Drive Cambridge.

  • Nov 07, 2011

    Major Incident Summaries
    Published : Monday November 7, 2011@ 13:17

    Major Incident Details

  • Nov 04, 2011

    For Immediate Release:  November 4, 2011

    Waterloo Region, Ontario – In September 2011, the Waterloo Regional Police Service established a task force to conduct a coordinated, thorough investigation into a series of robberies and related criminal activity involving youth and young adults in Waterloo Region.

    In many of these incidents, young people walking on streets and trails were robbed of their belongings by groups of youths brandishing weapons such as knives, machetes and baseball bats.

  • Nov 04, 2011

    On October 6, 2011, members of the Waterloo Regional Police Crime Management Teams from the North and Central Divisions executed three criminal code search warrants at two storage facilities in the cities of Kitchener and Waterloo.

    Detectives seized approximately $50,000 worth of property and are attempting to identify the rightful owners of the recovered property.

    Photographs of the recovered property are available for viewing below.  Detectives are asking victims of break and enters or thefts view the photographs in attempt to identify their property.

  • Nov 04, 2011

    Major Incident Summaries
    Published : Friday November 4, 2011@ 15:25

    Incident # 11-255428    Type : Offensive Weapons    
    SPADINA RD E,
    On November 3, 2011 at 7:20 pm, police responded to a neighbour dispute at a residence on Spadina Rd E in the city of Kitchener.

    During the investigation, a 70 year old Kitchener male exited his residence holding a kitchen knife.

  • Nov 03, 2011

    For Immediate Release:  November 3, 2011

    Waterloo Region, Ontario – A 36 year old Waterloo woman has died of injuries she received in a motor vehicle collision that occurred last week.

    On October 28, 2011, the Waterloo woman was driving a 2010 Hyundai northbound on Northfield Drive East north of Jigs Hollow Road in Woolwich Township.
     

  • Nov 03, 2011

    Major Incident Summaries
    Published : Thursday November 3, 2011@ 8:14

    Incident # 11-254755    Type : Offensive Weapons    
    DOON VILLAGE RD, KITCHENER
    On November 2, 2011 Waterloo Regional Police responded to a residence on Doon Village Road in the city of Kitchener in response to a weapons complaint.

    Police contained the residence. A 39 year old Kitchener male was taken into custody.

    A pellet gun was located. The investigation into the incident continues.

  • Nov 02, 2011

    Major Incident Summaries
    Published : Wednesday November 2, 2011@ 16:22

    Incident # 11-254547    Type : Fire    
    HESPELER RD , CAMBRIDGE
    On the 2nd of November 2011 Waterloo Regional Police and Cambridge Fire responded to a fire at business on Hespler Rd. The fire was caused by an electrical fire in the units hot water tank.

    Police arrived on scene an extinguished the fire with the business's fire extinguisher. Cambridge Fire arrived and confirmed that the fire had been put out.

  • Nov 01, 2011

    Major Incident Summaries
    Published : Tuesday November 1, 2011@ 11:31

    Major Incident Details

    Incident # 11-253363 Type : Fire
    SAGINAW PKY, CAMBRIDGE
    On November 1, 2011 about 6 am, members of Waterloo Regional Police Service and Cambridge Fire Department attended 520 Saginaw Parkway, Mother Theresa Catholic School, for a report of fire.

    Upon arrival, a portable located in the rear of the school was found to be on fire. The fire and was put out by members of Cambridge Fire Department.

  • Nov 01, 2011

    For Immediate Release:  October 31, 2011

    Waterloo Region, Ontario – On Saturday, October 29, 2011, Waterloo Regional Police and emergency services responded to the Comfort Inn hotel located at 220 Holiday Inn Drive in Cambridge.  Upon arrival, police discovered Paula Mare, deceased from stab wounds.

  • Oct 31, 2011

    On Saturday, October 29, 2011, Waterloo Regional Police and emergency services responded to the Comfort Inn hotel located at 220 Holiday Inn Drive in Cambridge.  Inside a second floor room, police discovered a man and woman who had suffered stab wounds. 

    Paula Mare, 38 years of Cambridge was pronounced dead at the scene. Post-mortem results confirm she died as a result of stab wounds. Mare was an employee of the Comfort Inn and was working at the time.  

  • Oct 31, 2011

    Major Incident Summaries
    Published : Monday October 31, 2011@ 9:58

    Incident # 11-252385    Type : Fire    
    TRAYNOR AVE, KITCHENER
    On October 31, 2011 at approximately 4:20 a.m. Waterloo Regional Police and Kitchener Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire in the underground parking area at a Traynor Avenue apartment building.

    The fire was contained within the underground parking garage where a lone motor vehicle was located with the engine bay to be engulfed in flames.

  • Oct 29, 2011

    On Saturday, October 29, 2011, shortly after 2 p.m., Waterloo Regional Police and emergency services responded to the Comfort Inn hotel located at 220 Holiday Inn Drive in Cambridge.

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