Sept. 22, 2010


5 years ago

“Albert St. a hotbed of theft”
Scott Cameron, a fourth-year student, moved from 62 Albert Street after having his house broken into on multiple occasions. Cameron would discover that his former neighbours lived in what is referred to as a “flop house” because of the no-questions-asked rent payment.

He was convinced that the tenants of that house robbed him of $3,500 worth of goods, including electronics, alcohol and food. Although contacting the police, Cameron and another neighbouring student house that suffered similar incidents of theft had not found resolution.
Printed Sept. 21, 2005

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