September 20th, 2019 - STPS Officers Responded to Sixty Four Incidents in Last 24
Hours. Call trackers indicates the St. Thomas Police Service is up six hundred and
forty nine calls from this date last year putting the service ahead of 2018’s record
breaking number of incidents.
A forty year old woman and a thirty eight year old man both of St. Thomas were arrested
yesterday morning around 11 am after they were observed going inside a vacant home
on Trafalgar Street. Once police arrived it was determined that the pair had no
connection to the residence and no permission to be inside. They were taken into
custody without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building
for processing. The woman was charged one count Unlawfully in a Dwelling and two
counts Breach of Release Conditions. She was held for a court appearance. The man
was charged one count Unlawfully in a Dwelling and released on a Promise to Appear
Police are investigating after a red CCM Super Cycle was stolen sometime overnight
Monday September 16th. The bike was chained to a tree in front of a Station Street
residence at the time of the theft. If you have any information about the theft
or know the whereabouts of the stolen bike please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or
Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS stthomascrimestoppers.ca Refer to Case #ST19014342
A twenty six year old St. Thomas man was arrested last night around 7 pm on Talbot
Street after officers recognized him as being wanted on a warrant for breaching
his release conditions. He was taken into custody without incident and held at the
Colin McGregor Justice Building for bail court. The man has been charged with Breach
of Release thirty six times in 2019.
A fifty nine year old St. Thomas man was arrested last night around 7:30 pm after
staff at a local hardware store observed the man hiding merchandise in a reusable
shopping bag. The man was arrested by staff as he walked out of the store without
paying for the items. Police attended and charged the man with one count Theft Under
$5000 and one count Breach of Release Conditions. Three hundred dollars worth of
goods were recovered and returned to the store. The man taken to the Colin MCGregor
Justice Building for processing and later released on a Promise to Appear in Court.
- Blue and Silver Carrera Vertigo Mountain Bike
- Black and Green CCM Mountain bike (model decals removed and painted over in black)
- Blue and Grey Nitrous 21 Speed.
If any of these bikes belong to you, please contact us!