Kingston Police

String of break and enter, theft cases reported in University District

Kingston Police have confirmed several break and enters were reported in the University District between May 10 and May 22. Three of the cases occurred on Alfred Street and one on Beverley Street.Continue...

Queen’s student arrested a second time in poisoning case

On Apr. 12, Kingston Police arrested a Queen’s graduate student who was charged for poisoning his colleague and former roommate back in January.Continue...

St. Patrick’s Day sees unprecedented crowd size, collapsed roof

This past St. Patrick’s Day, students flooded the intersection of Aberdeen and William to celebrate the Irish holiday.Continue...

Student’s car stolen from University district following break-in

On Tuesday morning, Sarah Stern’s housemates noticed her car was missing from their driveway on Frontenac Street. After looking around, the students realized their house had been broken into and the keys to Stern’s vehicle had been stolen from the home.Continue...

Kingston Police arrest armed man in University District

Just after 9 a.m. on Feb. 7, Kingston Police conducted “a high-risk takedown” of a man reported to have a firearm in the University District. Police charged the man with possession of a controlled substance.Continue...

News in Brief: Kingston Police catch-up

Queen’s grad student arrested for poisoning colleague

Kingston Police were called to campus on Jan. 29 following a report of poisoning between two graduate students.

A Jan. 30 press...Continue...

Homecoming 2017 recap

Each year, Homecoming celebrations send the Kingston community into disarray – and this year was no exception.Continue...

Students flood University Ave for fourth move-in day in a row

For the last four years, Queen’s students have been dangerously crowding University Avenue on the night of move-in day, much to the concern of members of the University and Kingston community.Continue...

Debunked bomb threats made downtown on St. Patrick’s Day

Amid the yearly spike in calls and complaints to Kingston Police on St. Patrick’s Day this year, two unsubstantiated bomb threats were made involving establishments in the downtown core of Kingston.Continue...

Arrest made in Princess Towers theft

After allegedly unlocking a tenant’s apartment and stealing hundreds of dollars of property, Princess Towers superintendent Justin Wagar was arrested on March 5 for break and enter and possession of stolen property.Continue...

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