Correction – Man arrested not involved with assault on cab driver

Thursday afternoon The CK Review mistakenly reported that a 25-year-old man arrested by O.P.P. was connected to the assault on a cab driver on Walpole Island, this suspect was arrested on unrelated outstanding warrants. The Chatham-Kent Police Service had reported that the man was connected to the cab driver incident. The CK Review thanks Bob […]

Ford Taurus, licence plate 043KVZ, stolen from dealership

Chatham-Kent Police are investigating a break-in to a compound of a Richmond Street car dealership. Unknown suspects cut a large hole in a fence and entered the compound. The suspects stole a 2002 Ford Taurus, white in colour. The vehicle had Ontario Licence plate 043KVZ attached at the time. Anyone with information about this matter […]

Petrolia man charged with stealing a truck from Ridegtown

(PETROLIA, ON)   The Lambton Ontario Provincial Police have arrested and charged a 22-year-old Petrolia man with several offences for his alleged involvement in a collision involving a stolen vehicle. On July 8, 2012, shortly after 12:00 midnight, police were called to a collision on Maude St., Petrolia where the vehicle in the collision had been driven from […]

Water levels still low in CK

Water levels still low in CK

Jason Wintermute, Water Management Supervisor at the Lower Thames Conservation Authority, said on Thursday that local water levels are not low enough to call for a level two water condition. On June 20 last month he issued a level one water condition advisory, which indicated three consecutive months where the precipitation level was less than […]

Windsor woman arrested and transferred to Peel

Windsor woman arrested and transferred to Peel

Police investigated a complaint through a cab company that led to the arrest of a Windsor woman for possession of stolen property. She was also charged with drug possession, and breach of probation. It was also discovered that this female also had an outstanding warrant from Peel Regional Police. She was charged and released on a Promise […]

Break and enter on Wellington

  Sometime during the mid afternoon of Tuesday July 10th, a residence on Wellington Street in Chatham was entered  by an unknown suspect, a laptop and a smart phone were stolen. Anyone who may have witnessed the suspect, or suspicious activity in the area during the afternoon of July 10th is asked to contact Constable […]

Meth bust on Kirk Street

On Tuesday members of the CKPS Drug Enforcement Unit executed a Controlled Drug and Substances Act (CDSA) search warrant on Kirk Street, in Chatham. A quantity of suspected methamphetamine was located inside the residence along with suspected stolen property. One female party was arrested and is being charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking, […]

RIDE spotcheck leads to marijuana arrests

(Chatham-Kent, ON) On the 10th of July, 2012 at 10:45 p.m. the Chatham-Kent Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were conducting R.I.D.E at 40 Highway and Grand Avenue. The OPP stopped a red Buick, the officer checked the rear seat of the car and a box with an open lid that had 11 marijuana plants in open view. […]

Wallaceburg bones could be 1400-years-old

Wallaceburg bones could be 1400-years-old

Human remains found in the backyard of a Wallaceburg residence last week, have been identified as being at least 700-years-old. The Chatham-Kent Police Service has concluded their criminal investigation. The remains, behind 159 Margaret Avenue, were examined by the coroner and were determined to date back to as early as 600 AD. Police spokesman Jim Biskey […]

Rick Nicholls calls for moratorium on wind turbines

Rick Nicholls calls for moratorium on wind turbines

(CHATHAM-KENT) – With today’s  announcement that Health Canada would be conducting a study to explore the  effects industrial wind turbines have on human health, Chatham-Kent-Essex MPP  Rick Nicholls renewed his call for a moratorium on the further development of  wind energy projects in Ontario. “No less than the Federal Minister of Health has said this […]