STOLEN E-BIKE

October 16th, 2017

A Proton e-bike was stolen from Eagle Street on October 7th, 2017 between midnight and 800 am. The ignition was broke so it would have to have been lifted onto a truck. Also the right mirror and right grip broke off during the heist. If you have seen this e-bike since October 7th or know […]

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Looking to identify female shoplifter

October 16th, 2017

St. Thomas Police are asking the public’s assistance in identifying the female seen in these photos.  The female loaded up her shopping cart at a local grocery store and left without paying. There was over $350 worth of merchandise in the cart. The female was in the company of the male also seen in the […]

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Caught Again

October 16th, 2017

A 34 year old female from London is again in custody after being arrested on the strength of a warrant issued for her for failing to appear in court. The accused is alleged to have entered an employee change room at a local business where she stole some property from an unlocked locker on April […]

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WE ARE HIRING! Systems Administrator

October 14th, 2017

St. Thomas Police is actively looking to hire a full time Systems Administrator for our IT department.  For details on how to apply, go to our Careers Page.  You will find the listing under the Civillian Job  Opportunites!

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Shopping Free

October 13th, 2017

A 38 year old female was arrested yesterday after leaving a local grocery store with a cart full of groceries worth over $350. The female was apprehended by a loss prevention officer and the police were contacted. The female was arrested, transported to the police station and eventually released charged with theft under $5000 and […]

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St. Thomas Police and CMHA partner to benefit community

October 12th, 2017

  St. Thomas Police Service (STPS) and the Canadian Mental Health Association, Elgin Branch (CMHA) are pleased to announce a new partnership that will improve outcomes for people experiencing a mental health crisis who come into contact with police. The one-year project, funded by Grants Ontario, launches this week and involves assignment of a dedicated, […]

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Two Top Cops Behind Bars

October 12th, 2017

St Thomas Police Acting Chief Chris Herridge and Aylmer Police Chief Andre Reymer are spending some time behind bars in support of Crime Stoppers Bail and Jail. Acting Chief Herridge has been arrested for leaving Prince Edward Island without kissing a cod first and has been sentenced to raise $1000 for his bail. Chief Reymer […]

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Theft from Construction Site

October 11th, 2017

Police are investigating the theft of tools from a construction site on Burwell Road that occurred during the long weekend. On October 10th, the St Thomas Police were made aware that a trailer that was parked at  the Burwell Sports Park over the Thanksgiving weekend had been forcefully entered. Stolen from the trailer was some […]

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Traffic stop leads to drugs and search warrant

October 8th, 2017

On Saturday October 7th, 2017 shortly after 8 am a St. Thomas Police officer conducted a traffic stop for Highway Traffic Act offences.  The driver was arrested and searched, locating a quantity of suspected crystal methamphetamine.  A further search of the vehicle netted more crystal methamphetamine, a quantity of ammunition, empty gun holsters and other weapons.  […]

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Aerosol spray used during an assault

October 7th, 2017

On Friday October 6, 2017, the victim attended a residence in the Fifth Avenue and Wellington Street area of the City of St. Thomas to hang out with a group of associates.  At approximately 6:00pm a verbal altercation ensued between the victim and another male that quickly turned physical.  During the altercation the victim was pushed backwards when he […]

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