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Local areas police blotter – 2/28/2019

Local areas police blotter – 2/28/2019

Be aware of social media scams COUNTY OF BRANT ­– A member of the County of Brant Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) was contacted by a resident of the County of Brant at approximately 10:45 p.m. on February 18, 2018 reporting an attempted extortion. OPP investigators found that the male had been contacted over social media

Be aware of social media scams

COUNTY OF BRANT ­– A member of the County of Brant Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) was contacted by a resident of the County of Brant at approximately 10:45 p.m. on February 18, 2018 reporting an attempted extortion. OPP investigators found that the male had been contacted over social media by an unknown female. A conversation ensued and the female asked the male to share some sexually explicit videos. Following the video sharing the female demanded money or she would send the video out over the internet to his family and friends. Police are investigating this matter and remind everyone that you have to protect yourself while on social media and remember you lose control of anything that you send over the internet.

 

Residential break and enter

BRANTFORD ­– On Monday February 26, 2018 Brantford Police Service received a report of a break and enter to an apartment on Erie Ave. Sometime overnight unknown person(s) forced open a door to a vacant apartment under renovation. Reported taken were a number of tools and construction items.

 

Theft from Motor Vehicle

BRANTFORD – On Monday February 26, 2017 the Brantford Police Service received a call from a resident on Henrietta Street. Sometime overnight unknown person(s) broke into a vehicle by prying open the window. Nothing was reported taken from the vehicle but damage was caused to the vehicles door and widow.

 

Property damage – arrest

BRANTFORD – On Monday February 26, 2017 just after 9:30 p.m. Brantford Police Service received a call from a residence on Colborne Street. The victim had attended to her daughter’s residence on Colborne Street for a visit. The victim parked her vehicle in the driveway and went inside. Another resident in the building did not believe the victim should have parked her vehicle in the driveway and went out and punctured the two rear tires on the victim’s vehicle. A 62-year-old Brantford woman is charged with Mischief to Property Under $5000.

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