Windsor police investigate robbery at jewelry store

Windsor police investigate robbery at jewelry store

Windsor police are looking for two men who were allegedly involved in a robbery at a jewelry store Tuesday afternoon. Patrol officers responded to a report of a robbery in progress at a jewelry store located in the 4100 block of Walked Road at around 5:50 p.m. Police say initial information was that suspects were […]

Darrell Line closed Friday for culvert replacement

Darrell Line closed Friday for culvert replacement

Municipal officials say Darrell Line will be closed between St. Clair Road (Hwy 40) and Prince Albert Road Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. Culvert will be replaced immediately east of 8929 Darrell Line. Access to 8929 Darrell Line from St. Clair Road and access to 8983 and 8984 Darrell Line from Prince Albert […]

Chatham man charged with failing to comply

Chatham man charged with failing to comply

A 40-year-old Chatham man was arrested for failing to comply yesterday morning. Police say the man was released from Court with several conditions on July 31st.  One of those conditions stated that he was to sign in with police every Monday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. On October 8th, the man reportedly failed to […]

Police collecting toys and gifts for children

Police collecting toys and gifts for children

In partnership with the Salvation Army, the Chatham-Kent Police Service is collecting toys and gift cards for children ages newborn to 12 years. If donating a toy, police ask that you leave it unwrapped. Donations can be dropped off at: Police Headquarters in Chatham Chatham-Kent Courthouse on Grand Avenue in Chatham Wallaceburg Service Centre Blenheim […]

Chatham man charged with possession of methamphetamine

Chatham man charged with possession of methamphetamine

A 40-year-old Chatham man wanted for breaching conditions of his Probation Order was arrested last night. Police say the man was found to be in possession of methamphetamine.  Officers also learned that the man failed to sign in as per his release conditions. The man has been charged with drug possession and two counts of […]

Cocaine seized from Blenheim home

Cocaine seized from Blenheim home

A Blenheim pair are facing drug possession charges after police seized a quantity of cocaine from a Blenheim home. A Controlled Drugs and Substances Act was executed by the Chatham-Kent Police Intelligence Section yesterday. A 20-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman, both of Blenheim were arrested and charged with drug possession. They were released with a […]

Child fatality results in $150,000 fine for Linwood company

Child fatality results in $150,000 fine for Linwood company

J.M. Lahman Manufacturing Inc. has been fined in connection with a child’s death in a Linwood factory in July, 2017. According to court officials, a worker/supervisor for the company was accompanied by two children on July 7th. One of the children was moving freely through the aisles of the facility unaccompanied. The worker used a […]

North Kent Wind officially opens and marks occasion with $100,000 donation to new animal shelter

North Kent Wind officially opens and marks occasion with $100,000 donation to new animal shelter

The North Kent Wind Project officially opened last week and marked the occasion with a $100,000 donation to the Friends of the New Animal Shelter building fund. More than 60 people, officials and landowners, gathered to mark the official opening of 100 Megawatt project that consists of 34 Siemens turbines. Municipal officials say it produces […]

Regulatory amendment enables police officers to administer naloxone

Regulatory amendment enables police officers to administer naloxone

Ontario is enabling police officers to carry and administer naloxone in response to opioid overdoses like other first responders, who do not have to worry about routinely being the subject of a criminal investigation. “No one should face unfair repercussions just because they are doing their job and trying to save a life,” said Sylvia […]

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