There were four (4) crimes reported in Half Moon Bay during the last 10 days.
- There were 3 reported Theft from Vehicle in HMB with 2 more in the rest of Barrhaven.
- 1 Theft reported in HMB and 3 more Thefts reported in the rest of Barrhaven.
- There were 2 Assaults reported.
- 3 Break & Enter reported.
- 1 reported Theft of a Vehicle.
The crimes in Half Moon Bay were reported between February 17th and 19th. Two of the theft from vehicles were reported within hours of each other the morning of the 17th in the same area. Please keep your car doors locked and remove all valuables from the vehicles. Don’t tempt someone with easy access to your property.
All Valuables Removed cards are available to pick up at my home. Use the contact page please and I’ll get in touch with you to pick them up.
Other than the bullet through a bedroom wall on Nutgrove last week there hasn’t been a lot of activity in Half Moon Bay. However there has been a few crimes to mention in Barrhaven in general.
- 6 Break & Enter reported in the last three weeks
- 1 Robbery (Swarming) reported
- 3 Assaults reported
- 1 Drug complaint
- 9 Thefts reported
- 3 Thefts of Vehicle
On the bright side, there were NO Theft from Vehicles… must be too cold out.
Scam Alert: Ottawa Police is not raising funds for an ice fishing derby
This week, the Ottawa Police Organized Fraud Unit received a report from a victim who received a phone call, earlier this month, from a person supposedly calling on behalf of the Ottawa Police Service and asking for money.
The caller indicated that he was raising funds on behalf of the Service for an upcoming ice fishing derby to benefit mentally challenged children and he requested payment by Credit Card.
The Ottawa Police is not fundraising or collecting donations for any such events or charities.
Anyone with information regarding this investigation is asked to call Ottawa Police Service at 613-236-1222, ext.7300. Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477(TIPS), toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 or by downloading the Ottawa Police iOS app.
Wednesday Feb. 11, 2015 No Overnight Parking.
Winter overnight parking regulations are in effect throughout the city from November 15 to April 1. There is no parking on city streets between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. when 7 cm or more is forecast by Environment Canada in the Ottawa area. This includes any forecast for a range of snow of more than 7 cm (for example, 5 to 10 cm). Vehicles that remain parked on the street during an overnight parking restriction will be ticketed and could be fined.