Domestic Assault / Found Property / Warrant / Break and Enter / Wanted

Domestic Assault

A forty year old St. Thomas man was arrested and charged Wednesday after he turned himself in at the Colin McGregor Building.  The man was wanted by police following an alleged assault during a family disturbance with his common law girlfriend and her teenaged child.  The man was taken into custody without incident and was charged with Assault x2 and Utter Threats to Cause Death or Bodily Harm.  He was later released on an Undertaking with court date.  ^15720

Found Property

A push reel lawn mower has been turned over to police as found property.  The mower was located abandoned outside a homeless shelter on Wellington Street along with a golf ball retriever.  If you are missing any of this property please contact our property administrator at 519-631-1224 ext #4263.  Refer to case #ST21015766

Warrant

A thirty two year old St. Thomas man was arrested Wednesday morning on Talbot Street.  Officers from the Downtown Beat Patrol Unit recognized the man as being wanted on a bench warrant.  The warrant was issued after the man failed to attend his scheduled court date to answer to charges of Impaired Operation.  He was taken into custody without incident for processing and later released on an Appearance Notice for court.  ^1576

Another thirty two year old male was arrested Wednesday morning on Talbot Street.  Officers from the Downtown Beat Patrol Unit recognized the man as being wanted on a bench warrant.  The warrant was issued after the man failed to attend his scheduled court date to answer to domestic assault charges.  He was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Building where he was held for a court appearance.  ^15771

Break and Enter

A blue youth size mountain bike was reported stolen after a garage attached to a home on Donker Drive and a shed in the backyard of the same property were broken into sometime Tuesday overnight.  The shed had been rummaged through but nothing taken.  If you have any information about this incident or saw anything suspicious in the are please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or submit a tip online a www.stthomascrimestoppers.ca  Refer to case #ST21015793

Wanted

Anthony James Mizon is wanted by police for breaching his release conditions.  Officers on Community Patrol discovered the breach when they attended his court approved release address to conduct a curfew compliance check and discovered he was not home.  If you see Mizon or know his whereabouts please contact STPS at 519-631-1224  ^15808

Warrant

Thirty two year old Joshua Marcotte of St. Thomas was arrested early Thursday morning around 2 am on Talbot Street.  Officers on Community Patrol observed Marcotte and recognized him as being wanted on a probation warrant.  The warrant was issued after he was alleged to have breached his court ordered release conditions.  He was taken into custody without incident and later released on an Appearance Notice for court.  ^15812

Warrant

Forty three year old Brock Bundscho of St. Thomas was arrested early Thursday morning around 4 am on Talbot Street.  Officers on Community Patrol recognized Bundscho as being wanted on a warrant.  The warrant was issued after he was identified as the suspect wanted in connection to an assault.  He was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Building.  Officers seized a switch blade style knife during processing and as a result Bundscho was additionally charge with Possession of a Prohibited Weapon.  He was held for a court appearance.  ^15813

Warrant

Fifty year old Shawn Hurl of St. Thomas was arrested early Thursday morning around 6 am on Highview Drive.  Officers on Community Patrol Recognized Hurl as being wanted on a probation warrant.  The warrant was issued after he was alleged to have breached his court ordered release conditions.  Hurl was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Building for processing.  He was held for a court appearance.  15816

 

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