Police briefs

Police briefs

Man charged with breaking court conditions A 50-year-old man found at an address on Queens Line, outside his residence,  was arrested on December 5th because he violated court conditions. On July 31st the Chatham man was placed under court conditions to remain in his residence 24-hours-a day and not to communicate with a specific person. Police completed […]

Two Chatham men charged with drug offences

Two Chatham men charged with drug offences

Saturday, December 5th, around 9 a.m. police found controlled drugs and associated drug paraphernalia in a car parked at an address on Queens Line. There were two men in the car. One of them is 50 and the other one is 30 years old. The 50-year-old man was known to be on house arrest for […]

Ontarians can bring home locally grown Christmas trees

Ontarians can bring home locally grown Christmas trees

People from Ontario can celebrate old traditions or create new ones by bringing home a local, sustainably grown Ontario Christmas tree to support Ontario’s inaugural Christmas Tree Day on December 5th. “Whether you purchase a tree from a retail vendor or harvest it yourself at a tree farm, buying a sustainably grown, local Christmas tree […]

Employment opportunities for people facing barriers

Employment opportunities for people facing barriers

Ontario is partnering with leading financial institutions to create a $4 million fund aimed at increasing employment opportunities for people facing employment barriers. “This pilot is a win-win scenario. It will help disadvantaged job seekers find opportunities for meaningful employment and connect small businesses with attractive financing terms and motivated employees. Together, we can create […]

Gourmet meat and seafood worth over $15,000 stolen in Wallaceburg

Gourmet meat and seafood worth over $15,000 stolen in Wallaceburg

Someone forced their way into Elite Gourmet Food Service on Margaret Avenue yesterday morning between 7:30-9 a.m. The person stole gourmet meat and seafood kept into a company box labeled with the business name. The total damage was estimated at $15,000-$20,000. Police asks anyone with information to contact Constable John Hicks at johnhi@chatham-kent.ca or 519-436-6600 extension #82238. Anonymous […]

Police briefs

Police briefs

18-year-old man charged with domestic-related offences Yesterday morning, a woman reported to police that  her ex-boyfriend abused her during their relationship. The woman disclosed several incidents of domestic violence. Last night, the 18-year-old man from Thamesville was arrested and is being held in custody while waiting for a bail hearing. Windsor man charged with uttering threats Wednesday, […]

Bomb threat hoax at CIBC

Bomb threat hoax at CIBC

Yesterday afternoon, at around 3:30 p.m. CIBC employees on Kings Street in Chatham received a bomb threat from a man who was inside the bank. Although the 52-year-old man left the scene prior to police arrival, he was located a short distance away and apprehended. The man has been held in custody pending a bail hearing. The […]

A student from King George public school won the 2015-2016 V.I.P. T-shirt design contest

A student from King George public school won the 2015-2016 V.I.P. T-shirt design contest

Asiah Tatsu is in the fifth grade at King George public school and his design won this year’s t-shirt design competition. The contest was organized by Chatham Optimist Club and Chatham Kent Police Service. Thirty-nine schools in Chatham Kent were participating. The program’s goal is to establish positive community-police relationships. Students meet their V.I.P officers on six occasions […]

Police briefs

Police briefs

RIDE spot check on Orford Road A RIDE spot check was conducted last night by members of the Chatham-Kent Police Service and Moraviantown Police. According to the police, 42 cars were stopped but no infractions were observed. ———- Two men arrested for being intoxicated in a public place Two Chatham men were arrested last night for […]

Police identified and located the second man involved in the TSC theft

Police identified and located the second man involved in the TSC theft

A second man involved in the TSC theft was identified and located. According to the police he is responsible for stealing two pairs of gloves on November 29. Nathan Killins, 38, of King Street East in Chatham was charged yesterday afternoon with theft under $5,000 and released with conditions. He has a court date for December 16.