Man arrested for possession of a stolen bicycle trailer.
August 16th, 2019 - On August 14th police responded to a report of a break-in to
a multi dwelling unit on Barnes Street where a large quantity of tools and a bicycle
trailer were stolen. It is believed the incident took place sometime between August
13th and 14th. An officer patrolling St. Catherine Street observed a bicyclist pulling
a trailer that matched the description of the one reported stolen. Investigation
confirmed the identity of the trailer and the male was subsequently arrested and
charged with possession of stolen property. The tools reported stolen in the break
in are still outstanding. Anyone with information is asked to call St. Thomas Police
at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Refer to incident number ST.19012035
Foot pursuit leads to arrest of wanted man.
On Thursday August 15, 2019 at approximately 5:15 pm an officer patrolling Talbot
Street spotted a 27 year old man wanted on several outstanding warrants. The man
attempted to elude the officer and a short foot pursuit ensued. The St. Thomas man
was arrested a few blocks away, taken into custody and held for court.
Man arrested after early morning break-in at Legion.
At approximately 3:12 am this morning police received an alarm at the Royal Canadian
Legion on John St. Officers were quick to respond and once inside they located a
lone male who had filled a garbage bag with the Legion's alcohol inventory. He was
arrested and transported to the station. The 30 year old St. Thomas man faces 1
charge of break and enter. All of the property has been recovered.