Vehicle Entry Leads to Charges
June 28, 2019 - Police have arrested and charged a 36 year old St. Thomas man after
an investigation into a vehicle being entered on June 19th. The 36 year old has
been charged with one count of Mischief under $5000, one count of Possession of
Property Obtained by crime under $5000 and one count of Theft under $5000. The man
is set to make an appearance in July on these charges.
3 Men Rounded Up After Warrants Issued For Their Arrest
Thursday night proved busy for officers on patrol in the city. 3 individuals all
wanted on separate charges were arrested and held for court. The first of the three
had been arrested by Nottawasaga OPP earlier in the day and was transported to St.
Thomas. The 52 year old Woodstock man will appear in court today, charged with Fraud
Over $5000 and Making a false statement for payment of money.
Two St. Thomas men, wanted on separate warrants were also arrested Thursday night.
The first, a 35 year old, was arrested after a Bench Warrant was issued for his
arrest when he failed to appear for court. He was held and will make an appearance
today in St. Thomas court. The second, a 32 year old, was arrested after a Probation
Warrant was issued for his arrest. This individual was currently at large on probation
but breached a condition of the order. He was held and will appear in court today
3 Separate Thefts Lead To 3 Separate Charges, 1 Person Remains at Large
60 year old James Snow, of St. Thomas, was arrested after he allegedly helped himself
money from inside a parked vehicle at an east end business. Shortly after 9 pm officers
responded to the business after the male was observed entering a parked vehicle
and removing the cash. Eye witnesses directed officers to the man and he was arrested.
Snow is currently at large on two separate release orders and was therefore held
for a court appearance today.
32 year old Justin Boutillier, of St. Thomas, was arrested yesterday following an
allegation that he had stolen a T.V from a local residence. The television was recovered
and returned to its rightful owner. Boutillier was released from custody with a
future court date.
48 year old, Loretta Havell of St. Thomas, is currently wanted for Theft under $5000.
An investigation that started on June 21, 2019 alleged that Havell entered an east
end business, selected numerous items and failed to pay. Havell is believed to still
be in St. Thomas, although attempts to locate her thus far have been unsuccessful.