On July 29th between 9:00 pm and 10:20 pm a “Mongoose” off-road scooter was stolen off the porch of a residence on Wellington St., near the court house. The 3 wheeled scooter was silver with a green frame and large off-road tires. Anyone with information about this theft can call STPS at 519-631-1224 or St. Thomas Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Refer to case ST20012552.
Police are investigating a theft that occurred on the morning of July 30th. A red and black Viper e-bike was stolen from a residence on the south end of St. Catharine St. The e-bike was sitting at the side of the residence when it was stolen. It is described as red and black in colour. The last four digits of the serial number are ‘6835’. Anyone with information about this theft can call STPS at 519-631-1224 or St. Thomas Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Refer to case ST20012576.
Police are investigating after another Amazon package was stolen from an apartment building on Morrison Drive. The theft is believed to have occurred sometime between 1:30 pm and 7:00 pm. The package contained a “Dewalt” toolbox and radio chargers. Police would like the public to utilize parcel tracking system and if possible make arrangements for someone like a trusted neighbour to collect the package if you know you won’t be home to receive it. Anyone with information about this theft can call STPS at 519-631-1224 or St. Thomas Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Refer to case ST20012621.
On July 30th a 57 year old man attended the police station and turned himself in on a warrant after he failed to attend a prior court date. The male was arrested and charged with the offence of Failing to Comply. He was subsequently released without incident. Later that evening police arrested a 45 year old woman who was wanted on a warrant for failing to attend the police station for fingerprints from a previous charge. The St. Thomas woman was charged and released with a future court date.
Just before 10:00 pm police were called to a report of an unwanted person. Investigation revealed the person had been released from custody earlier this month with conditions not to communicate or attend the residence of the complainant. The woman had fled the scene before police arrived. The area was searched but the woman was not located. At approximately 4:00 pm the 39 year old St. Thomas resident attended the police station and was arrested without incident. She was charged with 2 counts of failing to comply with a recognizance.
On July 30th at approximately 9:50 pm police conducted a traffic stop on Wellington St. after a complaint of a possible impaired driver. Investigation revealed that the driver was sober but was not licensed to drive after a previous suspension and was on conditions not to drive or occupy the driver’s seat of a vehicle. The 44 year old woman was arrested without incident and charged with the following offences:
Drive While Under Suspension contrary to HTA 53(1)
Breach of Probation Order contrary to POA 75 X2
Failure to Comply with Release Order contrary to CC 145(5)(a)
The woman was held for a court appearance.
Break and Enter
Just after midnight on July 31st police responded to a break in on Alma St. Witnesses told police that a woman had broke into the home by smashing the front door with a shovel. When police arrived they noticed lights on in the interior of the residence. When they approached the front door the lights went out. A witness contacted the tenant of the residence and learned that he was not home and that nobody had permission to enter his home. Police entered the home at the owner’s request and arrested the woman. Investigation revealed the woman was on four probation orders. Her actions were in breach of these orders. The 39 year old St. Thomas woman was charge accordingly along with Break and Enter.
On July 31st at 12:25 am officers were called to the report of a family dispute. On arrival police learned that alcohol was a factor in a heated dispute between two siblings. One of the siblings was asked to leave for the night but failed to comply and continued to cause a disturbance outside the residence. He was arrested and charged with 1 count of Causing a Disturbance. He was transported to the police station and held until he was sober.