Halton Police Investigating Georgetown Commercial Break and Enters

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Three commercial break and enters occurred in the Town of Georgetown and investigators are appealing to the public for any information to help solve these crimes.

On July 2, 2015 at approximately 3:00am, officers responded to a break and enter at Uptown Collision located at Mountainview Road and Todd Road in the Town of Georgetown. Suspect(s) forced their way into the business and appeared to be looking for anything valuable.

In addition, Hassell Automotive and Wares Napa Automotive, both located on Mountainview Road North were also broken into overnight where cash was stolen.

Anyone who may have observed anything suspicious or has information on these entries is asked to please contact Detective Trevor Bradley of the 1 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at (905)825-4747 ext. 2114 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com; or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

Posted: Jul. 09, 2015 Under: Halton Hills - Georgetown Permanent Link to this Article

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Focus on pool/water safety

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Now that the warmer weather has arrived the Halton Regional Police Service is urging everyone who spends time in and around pools to focus on safety.

Every summer in Halton Region there are a number of serious incidents involving near drownings, and in some tragic instances fatal drownings, in the Region. The majority of the incidents have occurred in privately owned backyard pools.

Although we are only a few weeks into the summer of 2015 there have already been four very close calls in Halton; two in the Town of Milton and two in the City of Burlington. All four incidents involved children under the age of 10. Fortunately in each of the four incidents the outcome was very positive due to immediate CPR being provided to the victims.

The following practical safety tips can help ensure a safe and fun summer for everyone, particularly when young children are swimming in a backyard pool:

For a full list of practical tips visit the Red Cross website- http://www.redcross.ca/training-and-certification/swimming-and-water-safety-tips-and-resources/swimming—boating-and-water-safety-tips/backyard-pools.

Posted: Jul. 08, 2015 Under: Halton Region Permanent Link to this Article

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Amy Aubin-McDougall Fundraising

Amy Aubin-McDougall Fundraising

Amy Aubin-McDougall is 32-year-old Georgetown resident, she is currently very ill battling stage IV metastatic cancer, but this has not slowed her down from fundraising to achieve her lifelong dream of volunteering in Africa alongside her husband and young daughter.

We hope that with some light cast on her life and situation, the Georgetown community will be able help her achieve her fundraising goal quickly. Please see the fundraising page link with her story here

You may also be interested to read her very powerful and insightful blog

Posted: Jul. 07, 2015 Under: Halton Hills - Georgetown Permanent Link to this Article

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