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Crime Briefs - December 4, 2017

Dec 4, 2017

Type:  Break and Enter - Commercial
Incident: 17-46444
Location: Cashco Financial ? King George Road (200 block)
Incident: On Monday December 4, shortly before 3:30 a.m. an alarm was received from a business on King George Road. The front glass door was smashed in order to gain entry. Unknown suspect(s) ransacked the office area. No items were reported stolen.      

Type:              Traffic Stop
Incident:          17-46440
Location:         St Paul Avenue
Incident:          On December 3, 2017 shortly after 11:30 p.m. a Community Patrol  
Officer conducted a traffic stop with a vehicle travelling on St Paul Avenue. The vehicle had a trip permit attached to the vehicle which had expired on November 17, 2017. Further, the driver of the vehicle a 24 year  old Ohsweken man was a suspended driver.  The vehicle was impounded for a mandatory 7 day impound. The driver was charged with drive while under suspension and drive motor vehicle no currently validated permit.

Type:  Break and Enter - Residential
Incident: 17-46423
Location: Lyndhurst Street
Incident: On Sunday December 3, 2017 sometime between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. unknown persons forced their way into a home on Lyndhurst through a locked rear door. Amongst some of the items stolen were wrapped Christmas presents.

Type:  Robbery - Arrest
Incident: 17-46402, 17-46403, 17-46407
Location: Tim Hortons - Dalhousie Street
Incident: On Sunday December 3, 2017 shortly before 5:00 p.m. Community Patrol Officers attended at Tim Hortons on Dalhousie Street regarding a disturbance. It was reported that a male customer was causing problems, broke a coffee pot and was threatening employees. Officers arrived and arrested the accused. Information was received that the accused had attended inside Tim Hortons and was openly drinking alcohol from a bottle of rum.  An employee approached the accused and advised that he was not permitted to drink alcohol at the business. The accused became belligerent, yelling and screaming at the employee and refusing to leave. The accused followed the employee behind the counter and grabbed an empty coffee pot and threw it at the employee striking him in the foot and breaking the pot. The accused continued to disturb patrons and approached a female patron demanding that she give him a cigarette or he would assault her. Further investigation revealed that earlier, at around 4:00 p.m. the accused attended the LCBO on Market Street and was observed selecting a bottle of rum and exited the store without making any attempt to pay for the merchandise. Shortly after 4:00 p.m. the accused attended the Brantford Casino gift store and took a five dollar bill out of the hand of an employee and uttered threats. When security approached the accused he dropped the money and exited the Casino and attended the Tim Hortons where he was arrested.
ROSS, Aaron, David of Brantford is charged with the following offences;
Mischief under $5,000.00, Uttering Threats X2, Cause a Disturbance, Assault with a Weapon X2, Robbery, Theft under $5,000.00 X2, Possession of Stolen Property under $5,000.00 and Breach of Probation X4. The accused was held in custody for a bail hearing.

Type:  Impaired Driving
Incident: 17-46326 
Location: Winniett Street
Incident: On Sunday December 3, 2017 shortly before 2:30 a.m. a concerned citizen telephoned the police to report a possible impaired driver. The citizen reported that the vehicle was all over the road and was in the area of Winniett Street.  Community Patrol Officers quickly attended into the area and observed the vehicle in an apartment parking lot. The male driver displayed signs of impairment and was arrested for Impaired Driving. The accused was taken to the Brantford Police Service where he provided samples of his breath as required by law. The accused readings were three times over the legal limit. 
The accused, a 35 year old Brantford man is charged with Impaired Driving, Over 80, Drive while Suspended (HTA) Fail to Surrender Permit for Motor Vehicle (HTA) and Fail to Surrender Insurance for Motor Vehicle (CAIA). Further the accused vehicle was impounded for 7 days.  The accused was eventually released on a Promise to Appear with a future court date.    

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