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Port Stanley News RSS Feed  Crime Watch STPS - Suspected Stolen Copper - Youth Arrested - Theft - Warrants

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St. Thomas Police Service
STPS  Suspected Stolen Copper  Youth Arrested  Theft  Warrants

March 4th, 2019 - Weekend Call Tracker: 154 Calls for Service (between 4 pm Friday and 6 am Monday)

Stolen Copper

St. Thomas Police Officers have located a suitcase full of suspected stolen copper. The suitcase was located on Sunday on Talbot Street and is currently in the property vault at the Colin McGregor Justice Building. Please contact us if you have recently been the victim of a copper theft or have any information regarding this property. Call STPS at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS www.stthomascrimestoppers.ca Refer to Case #ST19002821


Forty seven year old Lisa Anne JOHNSON of St. Thomas has been arrested on the strength of a warrant. The woman turned herself in to police at the Colin McGregor Justice building Friday morning around 8:30 am. JOHNSON was wanted for charges of Drug Possession, Theft Under $5000 and Bail Violations. The charges stem from incidents that occurred back in the summer of 2018. JOHNSON was held in custody for a court appearance later the same day.

Theft Of Chainsaw

St. Thomas police are investigating after a chainsaw was stolen from a locked utility trailer. The owner reports the trailer was broken into sometime between Monday February 25th and Monday March 1st as it was parked in the lane way of a Metcalfe Street residence. The chainsaw was the only item reported missing and is described as a Stihl MS211 with serial number 510352136. Please contact us if you have any information about this theft or know the whereabouts of the chainsaw. STPS 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS www.stthomascrimestoppers.ca Refer to Case #ST19002679

Youth Arrested on Warrant

A twelve year old St. Thomas youth wanted on a warrant for one count of assault was arrested Saturday morning after being brought to the police station by a parent. The warrant stems from an incident that occurred earlier in February where the youth is alleged to have assaulted an eleven year old as they waited to board the school bus after being dismissed from classes. Police attempted to take the youth into custody shortly after the incident however they were unable to locate the youth or their parents making it necessary to request a warrant for the arrest. The youth was processed and later released back into the custody of a parent on a Promise to Appear in Youth Court.

Woman Arrested for Public Intoxication

A twenty one year old St. Thomas woman was arrested early Sunday morning around 2 am after being involved in a drunken conflict with another female as she left a downtown bar. Police were called to the disturbance and when they located the accused she became belligerent with officers. The woman was taken into custody and fined for Being Intoxicated in Public contrary to the Liquor License Act. She was held at the Colin McGregor Justice Building until sober.


A thirty four year old London woman wanted on a warrant by St. Thomas Police was arrested early this morning around 2 am in London. Officers from London Police Service were dealing with the woman on an unrelated matter when they discovered she was wanted. The woman was taken into custody by London Police and held until STPS Officers attended to transport her back to St. Thomas for processing. The warrant for charges of two counts of Theft Under $5000 stems from an incident back in December 2018 where the woman came to St. Thomas with a male and attempted to shoplift approximately five hundred dollars worth of merchandise from Walmart and over one thousand dollars worth of goods from the Real Canadian Superstore. She was held for a court appearance later today.

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