Niagara man charged for burning Hamilton Police cruiser
A 36-year-old Niagara man has been arrested in connection with the burning of a parked Hamilton police cruiser at Airport Ford on Rymal Road East. The man was identified with information from the Niagara Regional Police. The incident happened in December 2013,
Two of the surrounding cars also had significant damage. One of the neighbouring cars that had damage belonged to the St. Elizabeth’s nursing home, and had both sets of licence plates stolen.
Three Ford F150 pickup trucks on the lot also had their tires slashed and rims stolen.
The replacement cost of the tires and rims was $16,000. A total of $75,000 damage was caused by the fire.
The man has been charged with Arson, two counts of theft under $5,000 and two counts of theft over $5,000.