Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin – September 20

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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin – September 20
Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin – March 24, 2014
This bulletin is prepared by the Wellington Community Police Centre (1064 Wellington
St., 613-236-1222 ext. 5870) for distribution to area residents to promote safety and
security in our neighbourhoods. Please distribute it to anyone who might be interested.
Any questions or information concerning safety or security issues in your
neighbourhood may be forwarded to [email protected]
Le français suit
1. Series of thefts in Ottawa-Gatineau
2. Three charged with extorsion
3. Scam directed at motorists
1. Series of thefts in Ottawa-Gatineau
The Ottawa Police Service is seeking the public's assistance in identifying suspects
involved in a series of thefts.
During the months of January and February 2014, suspects attended retail stores, in the
Ottawa-Gatineau area, and stole several items. Most of the Items stolen were electronics
and men's fragrances.
Suspect number one is described as a white male, mid 30's to mid 40's. He is wearing
dark pants, a grey hoodie and black toque with a logo on the front.
Suspect number two is described as a white male, 25 to 35 years old. He is wearing a
black hoodie and black baseball cap. He has short dark hair and is unshaven.
The suspects' vehicle is a dark coloured Ford Expedition.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Jason Bond at 613-236-1222,
extension 2642. People can also forward information through Crime Stoppers at 613-2338477 or 1-800-222-8477.
2. Three charged with extortion
On February 20, 2014, the Ottawa Police Service began an investigation with the Service
de police de la Ville de Montréal in relation to a complaint of extortion.
On March 14, 2014 three Montreal residents were arrested in Montreal in relation to the
extortion of the sum of $20,000. of a 48 year old man.
Marty ANTOINE, 32 years old, Guy KELLY, 50 years old, and Stephanie HIEKE, 20
years old, of Montreal were charged with one count each of Extortion, Conspiracy to
commit an indictable offence and Theft under.
3. Scam directed at motorists
The Ottawa Police Service would like to warn the public of a theft scam targeting
motorists and urges them to protect their valuables in their vehicles.
On three recent occasions, people had tires from their vehicle tampered with to the point
where they were deflated. As the victim tends to their vehicle, a stranger would approach
and offer assistance. While the driver is out of the car tending to the tire, valuable items
are stolen from the vehicle by the stranger and/or sometimes by an accomplice.
These incidents occurred in several locations across Ottawa - including in parking lots
and on streets - at various times of day. At this time, it is unknown if all three reported
incidents involve the same suspect or if they are related. There is a vague suspect
description available, heavyset middle eastern male.
Anyone with information about any such incidents is asked to contact Det. Stephen
Plummer, East District Investigations of the Ottawa Police Service at 613-236-1222, ext.
3415 or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477 or toll-free at 1-800-222-8477.
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1. Série de vols dans la région d’Ottawa-Gatineau
2. Trio inculpé d’extorsion
3. Arnaque de vols ciblant des automobilistes
1. Série de vols dans la région d’Ottawa-Gatineau
Le Service de police d’Ottawa sollicite l’aide de la population afin d’identifier des
suspects impliqués dans une série de vols.
Au cours des mois de janvier et février 2014, les suspects en question visitèrent des
commerces de détail de la région d’Ottawa-Gatineau et y volèrent plusieurs articles. La
plupart des articles concernés étaient des appareils électroniques et du parfum pour
hommes.
Le suspect numéro un a été décrit comme étant un homme de race blanche, âgé de 35 à
45 ans. Il était vêtu d’un pantalon foncé, d’un chandail gris à capuchon et d’une tuque
noire arborant un logo à l’avant.
Le suspect numéro deux a été décrit comme étant un homme de race blanche, âgé de 25 à
35 ans. Il était vêtu d’un chandail noir à capuchon et d’une casquette de baseball noire. Il
a les cheveux foncés courts et n’est pas rasé.
Le véhicule des suspects est une Ford Expedition de couleur foncée.
Toute personne ayant des renseignements pertinents à cette affaire incident est priée de
communiquer avec le détective Jason Bond de la Section des enquêtes de la division
Ouest en composant le 613-236-1222, poste 2642, ou avec Échec au crime au 613-233-
8477 (TIPS) ou sans frais au 1-800-222-8477.
2. Trio inculpé d’extorsion
Le 20 février 2014, le Service de police d’Ottawa ouvrit une enquête commune avec le
Service de police de la Ville de Montréal à la suite d’une plainte liée à un cas d’extorsion.
Le 14 mars 2014, trois résidents de Montréal furent arrêtés à Montréal relativement à
l’extorsion, aux dépens d’un homme âgé de 48 ans, d’un montant de 20 000$.
Marty ANTOINE, âgé de 32 ans, Guy KELLY, âgé de 50 ans, et Stephanie HIEKE, âgée
de 20 ans, tous les trois de Montréal, furent inculpés d’un chef respectif d’extorsion, de
complot visant la perpétration d’un acte criminel, et de vol de moins de 5 000$.
3. Arnaque de vol ciblant les automobilistes
Le Service de police d’Ottawa tient à mettre en garde le public quant à une arnaque de
vol ciblant les automobilistes, à qui il est conseillé de protéger leurs objets de valeur se
trouvant à bord de leur véhicule.
Récemment, à trois reprises, on a trafiqué des pneus de véhicules au point de les
dégonfler. Alors que la victime s’occupe de son véhicule, un étranger s’approche et lui
offre son secours. Pendant que le conducteur se trouve hors du véhicule, se chargeant du
pneu, des articles de valeur sont dérobés du véhicule par l’étranger, ou parfois par un
complice.
Ces incidents se sont produits à divers endroits autour d’Ottawa – dont des aires de
stationnement et dans des rues – et à diverses heures du jour. On ignore pour le moment
si les trois incidents signalés mettent en jeu le même suspect, ou s’ils sont liés entre eux.
Il existe un vague signalement de suspect, qui fait état d’un homme d’origine moyenorientale de forte carrure.
Toute personne détenant des renseignements pertinents à de tels incidents est priée de
communiquer avec le détective Stephen Plummer de la Section des enquêtes de la
division Est du Service de police d’Ottawa en composant le 613-236-1222, poste 3415 ou
avec Échec au crime au 613-233-8477 (TIPS) ou sans frais au 1-800-222-8477.
Key Ottawa Police Service numbers:
* Life threatening emergency assistance or to report a crime in progress ..
* Other emergency ………………………………………………………..
* Non-emergencies and general inquiries ………………………………...
* To have the police attend your location …………………………………
ext. 7500
* To make a police report …………………………………………………
ext. 7300
911
613-230-6211
613-236-1222
613-236-1222
613-236-1222
OPS and By-Law services base their work on call statistics. The more calls that you
make, the more neighbourhood services we receive. There are three steps to making the
call:
a) Deciding which number to phone.
If you have an emergency or see a crime in progress, call 9-1-1. If your car was broken
into or you need police to attend another non-urgent situation, please call the “other
emergencies” number (613-230-6211). To report an incident after it occurred without
police attending the scene, please call 613-236-1222 – ext. 7300. You can reach by-law
services at 3-1-1.
b) Getting a report number.
When the dispatcher answers, it is a good idea to ask for a report number immediately.
We’ve found that dispatchers sometimes hang up before we get to ask for a number or we
forget. Asking for a report number right away solves these problems.
c) Share your report number and incident.
Please e-mail your report numbers and a brief description of the incident to your Block
Captain (if you have one), or directly to us.
Importance of Reporting Prostitution and Problem Addresses
Neighbourhood Watch members can support the police by writing down and phoning in
important information such as: vehicle descriptions and license plate numbers (specify
Ontario or Quebec) of anyone soliciting prostitutes, descriptions of drug dealers and
addresses of crack houses.
Graffiti
If you spot graffiti, call 3-1-1. Graffiti kits are available from your city councillor.

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