Besides the littering (and possible idling), anything to worry about? About four years ago, what I assume was Peel Regional searched one of the neighbour's houses in full gear with two dogs...but otherwise it's a quiet block where the neighbours still greet each other.
If she wanted to have an officer pull up and check out the situation, who would she call? 222-TIPS, or find the nearest Peel detachment? Would she be involved as a witness if charges ended up being laid?
Someone could be "casing" the neighbourhood, watching patterns of people to then go do a B&E.
Call Peel and have a unit slide by to check this vehicle and it's purpose for being there.
Above is merely a suggestion/thought and in no way constitutes legal advice or views of my employer. www.OHTA.ca
I think their local Peel office moved a few years ago; I'll find out where they went and have her give them a call. Thanks.
What kind of a man would put a known criminal in charge of a major branch of government? Apart from, say, the average voter.
Maybe looking for those accidental squeals at a stop sign.
he says the tow truck industry needs a stimulus.
But seriously i would just call Peel and complain about it. It sounds suspicious and if its making your parents uncomfortable they should give Peel a call or just drop by the station and share your concerns, talk to the other neighbors, etc.
Like bear said sounds like they could be planning a B&E you never know.
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