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  • Police warn the public in regards to potential scams related to the Israel-Hamas War

    Release Date: October 18, 2023

    The recent Israel-Hamas war has made headlines worldwide. As usual, cybercriminals have been quick to take advantage of the dreadful news. Cybercriminals often use high-profile news events for disinformation campaigns, which include false information designed to intentionally mislead you.

  • Individual arrested and charged with multiple Intimate Partner Violence related offences

    Release Date: October 18, 2023

    23-41865

    On October 16, 2023, police responded to a call regarding a domestic dispute at a residence in Kingston’s west end.

  • Police warn public about popular password manager app phishing scam

    Release Date: October 17, 2023

    Last year, the popular password manager app LastPass was the victim of a data breach. Because of this, cybercriminals have access to the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of LastPass’s customers. Since the breach, cybercriminals have been using LastPass’s data breach in various cyberattacks.

  • Police arrest and charge one individual following roommate dispute

    Release Date: October 17, 2023

    23-41833

    On October 15, 2023, a dispute began between two roommates via text messages in regards to cleaning responsibilities in their shared kitchen in a residence on Palace Road in midtown Kingston.

  • Kingston Police seek public’s assistance in locating a male reported as missing

    Release Date: October 13, 2023

    23-40245

    Kingston Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing individual Tannen HAMILTON, 21 years of age.

  • Two arrested and charged with numerous drug trafficking and weapon related offences

    Release Date: October 13, 2023

    23-41229

    In September 2023, members of the Kingston Police Drug Enforcement Unit began investigating an individual involved in trafficking crystal methamphetamine and cocaine within the City of Kingston.

  • Police warn public regarding cybercriminals perpetrating new scams while using Facebook Messenger

    Release Date: October 12, 2023

    Police are warning that a new cyberattack has been discovered by researchers. This attack targets business accounts on the popular social media network, Facebook. A group of cybercriminals are using Facebook Messenger to try and steal sensitive information.

  • Police requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a male suspected of multiple arsons

    Release Date: October 12, 2023

    23-93455/23-93479

     

    Kingston Police are requesting assistance from the public in attempting to identify a suspect that was involved in two separate fires. There were no injuries at either scene and no significant damage was incurred to residential or commercial property. Kingston Police and Kingston Fire and Rescue have numerous other similar investigations ongoing.

     

    The first incident occurred on September 9, 2023, at approximately 5:30 a.m. in the Nelson Street area. A suspect was observed, on security video, entering a shed and starting a fire. The suspect left shortly after, and Kingston Fire and Rescue attended to extinguish the fire.

     

    In this incident the suspect is described as wearing an orange or red hoodie or jacket and had a dark-coloured backpack over their right shoulder. The suspect was also carrying a green bag.

     

    The second incident occurred on September 12, 2023, at approximately 10:30 a.m. at 349 Bath Road. The suspect attended a rear lot at this address and proceeded to carry paper boxes into the woods. A fire was started and the suspect then left the scene.

     

    In this incident the male suspect is described as wearing an orange or red hoodie with the word “VARSITY” in yellow across the chest. The suspect was also wearing a Khaki or beige coloured ball cap and black adidas athletic pants with three white stripes down the outer leg. The suspect, who had a slim to medium build, was smoking a cigarette and was wearing a dark-coloured backpack. The suspect had arrived at the scene riding a black coloured BMX style bicycle with forward slanting handlebars.

    Anyone with information or who may know the identity of the suspect involved, is asked to please contact Detective Dave Wein at 613-549-4660 ext. 6198 or via email at dwein@kingstonpolice.ca.

    You can also provide tips anonymously by calling the Kingston Police general number 613-549-4660 ext. 0 and asking to remain anonymous.

  • Local company recognized by police for assisting in solving multiple cases involving thefts

    Release Date: October 12, 2023

    23-40691

    Kingston Police are applauding the efforts made by ANS Scrap Metals on McAdoos Lane in relation to thwarting crime in the City of Kingston and for reporting suspicious activity to authorities.

  • Police make arrest in relation to overnight theft from vehicles

    October 12, 2023

    23-41327

    Police make arrest in relation to overnight theft from vehicles

    On October 12, 2023 at approximately 3:45 a.m. members of the Kingston Police Patrol Division responded to a report of two suspects attempting to break into cars in the area of Iris Drive and Escala Crescent.


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K7K 4C2

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