On July 27th police arrested a 72 year old St. Thomas man with 1 count of sexual assault. The investigation began when the incident was reported on June 28th. There were no physical injuries as a result of the incident and the alleged victim was an adult and known to the accused.
Arrest Made in Vehicle Entry
With the assistance of a home video surveillance system an arrest has been made in a theft from vehicle incident that occurred earlier this month on Chestnut Street. 29 year old Joshua Garrison was arrested on July 28th. He has been charged with 1 count of Theft, 2 counts of Fail to Comply with Probation, 1 count of Fail to Comply with a Release Order and 1 count of Trespass By Night. Garrison was held in custody.
On July 28th at 5:30 pm a male and female entered a retail store at 1063 Talbot St. While one suspect tried on a pair of shoes the other struck up a conversation with a staff member. The first suspect quickly walked out of the store. The other suspect left shortly thereafter. Police are looking for assistance in identifying the suspects. Call STPS at 519-631-1224 or St. Thomas Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Refer to case ST20012454.
Suspect #1 is described as a white female, 5’4″, with a thin build and shoulder length, reddish hair. She was wearing a navy blue sundress with pink birds on it and a purple face mask.
Suspect #2 is described as a white male, 6’0″, with a thin build and bald. He was wearing navy blue running pants with white stripes and a grey t-shirt. He was also wearing a face mask.
Break and Enter
Police are investigating after unknown suspects broke in a multi- dwelling residence on Hincks St. on July 28th. At approximately 7:00 pm the suspect(s) smashed a locked window on the south side of the building to gain entry to one of the dwellings. Several items were stolen from the residence including a 47″ RCA flat screen TV, an Apple box, a red Tommy Hilfiger watch and a pink Guess watch. The suspect(s) are believed to have fled through the main doors in an unknown direction. Anyone with information is asked to call STPS at 519-631-1224 or St. Thomas Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Refer to case ST20012476