October 19, 2017
Theft from vehicles, arrest made, charges laid
Over the course of the last week, police have responded to a number of calls from residents who have found their vehicle windows smashed overnight and items stolen from their vehicle. At approximately 0730hours this morning police were called to the west end of Belleville for a suspicious person. Police located, 34 year old John Willis of no fixed address. Willis was charged with possession of stolen property, possession of break and enter tools and theft in relation to a generator which was stolen from a west end residence yesterday. The
18 October 2017
Police warn of aggressive solicitors
Currently there are a group of people from a home services company and are asking to enter homes and check your furnace, air conditioner and hot water tanks. They then press for the homeowner to enter into long term contracts (10 years) for replacement equipment. Police warn the public to be cautious of such sales pitches and of letting anyone into your home not known to you. You are not obligated to let anyone into your home to inspect your equipment and if you do require replacement, do your homework and locate a reputable supplier.