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Couple Removed From Vestibule

March 8th, 2019 - A sixty four year old male and a thirty four year old female found sleeping in the bank machine vestibule at the Bank of Montreal on Talbot Street were moved along last night by Police. Officers attended the area after being flagged down by a concerned citizen who tried to use the bank machine. Police attended and checked on the well being of the two. Police offered to connect them both with homeless services in the city however the man and woman declined assistance. They left without incident.

Breach

St. Thomas Police are seeking an arrest warrant for a forty three year old man after he was not home during a compliance check last evening. The man is on court ordered released conditions to be inside his residence between 8 pm and 6 am. When Officers attended his house to conduct the curfew check they discovered the male was out and about. He is now wanted on one count of Breach of Release Conditions.

Intoxicated in Public

A thirty year old St. Thomas man was arrested on Moore Street last night around 10 pm after a concerned citizen called police to report he was walking in traffic. Officers attended the area and discovered the intoxicated male in the street. He was taken into custody without incident and held at the Colin McGregor Justice Building until sober. He was charged with one count of being Intoxicated in a Public Place contrary to the Liquor Licence Act.

Unconscious Male

St. Thomas Police were called to an address on St. Anne's Place last night after a cab driver discovered a male passed out on a porch. The driver had been dispatched to the address to pick up a fare however when he arrived he located the male unconscious and could not wake him up. Police and EMS attended the location and the male was transported to St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital as a precaution. Alcohol was a factor.

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Last Updated: Friday, 08 March 2019 09:18:15 AM EST

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