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									                                 Media Release
                           Woodstock Police Service
                           615 Dundas Street
                           Woodstock, Ontario
                           N4S 1E1
                           Office of the Chief of Police: Chief Rod Freeman

                           Telephone        (519) 421-2800
                           Fax              (519) 421-2818
                           E-mail           mailus@woodstockpolice.ca



               Prepared By:                               Contact Person:
             Staff Sgt Lenehan                         Staff Sgt LENEHAN

Date: 07 December 2009

                            Thief Steals NFL Jerseys

On Friday, December 4th 2009 at 12:58 P.M. the Woodstock Police Service
received a report of a theft from the West End Video and Variety Store, located at
224 Dundas Street in the City of Woodstock.

The police investigation indicates that shortly before the time reported, a lone
male suspect entered the store and removed two NFL Jersey’s valued at
$100.00. The suspect fled the store with the jerseys concealed in a reusable
grocery bag and fled westbound on Dundas Street.

The suspect returned a short time later and retrieved his bike from where it was
parked at the front of the store and again fled westbound on Dundas Street.

The Caucasian male suspect is described as approximately 5’4” tall, 140 lbs., of
thin build and with scruffy, unshaven facial hair. He was wearing a light brown
coat with a brown hoody and a black fur-like inner material and black zipper. The
suspect was also wearing jeans with white skater shoes.

Anyone that may have been in the area and observed any suspicious persons or
anyone with information about this or any other crime, is asked to call the
Woodstock Police Service or Crime Stoppers.




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                                 Break and Enter

On Friday, December 4th 2009 at 1:59 P.M. the Woodstock Police Service
received a report of a break and enter to a residence on Main Street in the City of
Woodstock.

The police investigation indicates sometime between 4:00 P.M. and 5:30 P.M.
December 3rd, suspects gained entry to the residence through an unlocked side
door. Once inside the suspects removed a BMX bicycle, a 32” flat screen
television, and a sapphire and diamond ring.

Anyone that may have been in the area and observed any suspicious persons or
anyone with information about this or any other crime, is asked to call the
Woodstock Police Service or Crime Stoppers.



                   Police Charge Man for Damaging Vehicles

On Saturday, December 5th 2009 at 00:03 A.M. the Woodstock Police Service
received a report of a male causing mischief to vehicles parked on Victoria Street
in the area of Princess Street in the City of Woodstock.

Police attended in the area and located a male matching the description provided
by witnesses. Subsequent police investigation led police to arrest and charge
Jonathan James Louis BARR age 20 of Embro with Mischief Under $5000.00


                          Police Nab Suspended Driver

On Saturday, December 5th 2009 at 09:15 A.M. the Woodstock Police Service
was on general patrol in the area of Dundas Street and Oxford Street in the City
of Woodstock when they observed a male known to them as a suspended driver,
operating a vehicle southbound on Oxford Street.

Police later located the suspect and his vehicle at his residence. Police have
arrested and charged Harold Allen KRAMER, age 63 of Huntingford with Fail to
Comply with Officer In Charge Undertaking and Drive While Suspended.


                                  Stolen Vehicle

On Sunday, December 6th 2009 at 06:16 A.M. the Woodstock Police Service
received a report of a stolen vehicle from a residence on Park Row in the City of
Woodstock.

The police investigation indicates between 6:00 A.M. and 6:10 A.M. the vehicle
owner had started the vehicle in the laneway of the residence to allow the vehicle



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to defrost and warm. While the vehicle was unoccupied, the suspect(s) entered
and fled with the vehicle, described as a 2000 Dodge Dakota pickup truck, 4 door
extended cab, orange in colour bearing Ontario licence 7734NT. The vehicle is
further described as having tinted side windows and a bug deflector.

Anyone that may have been in the area and observed any suspicious persons or
anyone with information about this or any other crime, is asked to call the
Woodstock Police Service or Crime Stoppers.



                             Motor Vehicle Collisions

On Friday, December 4th 2009 at 2:41 P.M. the Woodstock Police Service
received a report of a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Wellington
Street and Canterbury Street in the City of Woodstock.

The police investigation indicates a 1998 Chrysler van was traveling westbound
on Canterbury Street when it failed to stop at the stop sign and struck a 2004
Chev Cavalier traveling northbound on Wellington Street.

The driver of the van was charged with failing to stop at the stop sign contrary to
section 136 (1) (a) of the Highway Traffic Act.

One involved driver suffered minor injuries and the damages have been
estimated at $15,000.00.

On Saturday, December 5th 2009 at 1:58 P.M. the Woodstock Police Service
received a report of a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Mill and Main
Street in the City of Woodstock.

The police investigation indicates a 1999 Chev pickup truck was traveling
westbound on Main Street when struck by a 2005 Nissan Van traveling
southbound on Mill Street.

The driver of the van has been charged with Failure to stop at the Red light
contrary to section 144 (18) of the Highway Traffic Act.

There were no injuries report from the accident and damages have been
estimated at $10,000.00.

On Saturday, December 5th 2009 at 2:20 P.M. the Woodstock Police Service
received a report of a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Juliana Drive
and Finkle Street in the City of Woodstock.

The police investigation indicates a 2005 Toyota van was traveling southbound
on Finkle Street when it failed to stop for a stop sign and struck a 2003 Hyundai
truck, traveling westbound on Juliana Drive.


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The driver of the van was charged with failing to stop at the stop sign contrary to
section 136 (1) (a) of the Highway Traffic Act.

There were no injuries reported from the accident and damages have been
estimated at $10,000.00.


                                R.I.D.E. Programs

On Saturday, December 5th 2009 the Woodstock Police Service performed a
R.I.D.E. programs at four locations throughout Woodstock.

As a result of the R.I.D.E. program, police checked approximately 710 vehicles,
with 3 roadside screening tests conducted. Police laid one charge under the
Highway Traffic Act and issued 35 warnings for various infractions.




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