Warrant / Arrest Made in Break and Enter / Porch Pirate

Warrant

A woman formerly of St. Thomas was arrested in London by London Police Tuesday afternoon.  Officers from the London Police Service were dealing with the woman on an unrelated matter when they discovered she was wanted on a warrant.  The warrant was issued back in September when the woman was identified as the suspect recorded on store security video using a stolen credit card that had been traced back to a vehicle entry.  Thirty one year old Tiffany Calvert was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building for processing.  She was charged with Possession of Stolen Property, Use Credit Card Without Authorization x2 and Breach of Release Conditions.  She was held for a court appearance.

Arrests Made in Break and Enter

Two people have been arrested in connection to a break and enter that occurred at a storage facility on Wellington Street over the weekend.  Officers on Community Patrol observed the couple on Horton Street Tuesday night and recognized them as being wanted.  Forty two year old Kerri Webber and forty year old Craig Scratch both of St. Thomas were taken into custody without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building where they were both charged with one count Break and Enter.  Scratch was additionally charged with one count Breach of Release Conditions.  Both were held for a court appearance.

Porch Pirate

Police are investigating after several delivery parcels were stolen from the front porch of a house on Oliver Street Tuesday.  The parcels had been delivered between 8:30 am and 1:00 pm.  No suspect description is available at this time however if you saw any suspicious activity in the area please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-8001-222-TIPS Refer to Case #ST21000259

Warrant Arrest

Twenty two year old Kirsten Biro of St. Thomas was arrested Tuesday night after she turned herself in at the Colin McGregor Justice Building.  A warrant had been issued for the woman’s arrest after she was identified as the suspect recorded on security video shoplifting over five hundred dollars worth of merchandise from the Real Canadian Superstore in early December.  She was taken into custody without incident for processing.  She was charged with one count Theft Under $5000 and Escape Lawful Custody and released on an Undertaking with court date.

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