May 17th, 2019 - Busy 24 hours for the St. Thomas Police Service.
On the 16th day of May 2019 at 0930 AM a 46 year old St. Thomas man turned himself
to St. Thomas Police as he was wanted for breach of his release conditions. The
male was held for court and remanded into custody.
On the 16th of May 2019 at 1130 AM a 46 year old St. Thomas man who has been wanted
since February turned himself in to St. Thomas Police. The warrant was in relation
to harassment towards his ex-girlfriend. The male was transported to courts where
he was remanded into custody.
Mischief and Two Outstanding Warrants
On the 16th of May 2019 a St. Thomas Police cruiser was parked in the downtown core
of the city unoccupied. An alert citizen advised officers that a male had just thrown
rocks at the police cruiser. Officers located at 38 year old St. Thomas man who
was responsible for the mischief to the cruiser. The male was also wanted on two
outstanding warrants. The male was held in custody and will be appearing in court
On the 16th of May 2019 at 1:20 PM St. Thomas Police Service was contacted by the
London Police Service advising they had a 23 year old London woman in their custody
who was wanted by our service for theft under $5000 and fail to appear in court.
St. Thomas Police officers attended the city of London and arrested the female returning
her to St. Thomas where she will appear in court today.
On the 16th day of May 2019 at 3:30 PM St. Thomas Police were contacted by a loss
prevention officer working for a department store of a theft that had occurred.
Officers attended and took custody of a 69 year old St. Thomas woman who had stolen
$14.88 worth of product from the store. The female was released on a future court
St. Thomas Police Service are currently looking for a 27 year old London woman who
frequents St. Thomas on a regular basis. The female failed to attend for fingerprints.
A warrant is being sought for her arrest.
Lastly a warrant is being sought for the arrest of a 31 year old London man who
also failed to appear for fingerprints. The charges are stemming from a theft of
a truck from the city of London.