Friday, 6 June 2014

22 Division Weekly Crime Stats (May 29 - June 4)

Weekly Crime Stats (May 29 - June 4, 2014)
This year, the officers at 22 Division have started publishing weekly crime statistics on their Facebook page. These maps provide a good indicator of the crime trends in our area and other surrounding communities.

This week, 2 high-end vehicles were stolen as a result of residential break-ins, the keys for the vehicles were located in plain sight near the front door. An arrest was made in regards to several recent residential garage break-ins, resulting in criminal charges. Vehicle thefts occurred throughout the week, but mostly on Saturday and usually during the overnight and early morning hours.

There were also several thefts from vehicles this week, many of which were from cars parked on residential driveways, mostly on Thursday/Friday during the evening and overnight hours. The Police are reminding citizens not to leave their purses and wallets inside vehicles while taking a walk along the waterfront and/or in parks. It only takes a few seconds for a suspect to gain entry to a vehicle (including the trunk) and leave the area.

For more information, please visit:
www.facebook.com/TPS22


22 Division Weekly Crime Stats (May 29 - June 4, 2014):

Break & Enters (Total 11)
4 houses, 4 apartments, 3 commercial
2 high-end vehicles were stolen from residential entries. Keys were located in plain sight near the front door. An arrest was made in regards to several residential garage entries. Accused was charged with theft.

Robberies (Total 4)
4 outside, 4 arrests

Theft of Vehicles (Total 8)
6 from residential driveways, 2 from parking lots/streets
2 of the 8 vehicles were high-end, stolen from residential entries (these 2 occurrences are marked in blue B&E's on the map - yellow was overlapped). Occurred throughout the week (majority on Saturday). Overnight and early morning hours.

Theft from Vehicles (Total 10)
6 from residential driveways, 4 from parking lots/streets
Majority occurred on Thursday (3) and Friday (4). Occurred during the evening and overnight hours. Citizens are still leaving their purses and wallets inside their vehicles while taking a walk along the waterfront and/or in parks. It only takes a few seconds for a suspect to gain entry into a vehicle (including the trunk) and leave the area.

Assaults (Total 6)
3 apartments, 3 outside, 2 arrests


If you have seen or heard anything suspicious, please contact the Police.
If you see a crime in progress, please call 9-1-1 immediately.

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