March 7th, 2019 - Twenty seven year old Shanessa Ernewein of St. Thomas was arrested
by Officers yesterday morning around 8 am on Talbot Street. Ernewein was wanted
on a warrant by London Police Service for one count of Utter Threats. She was taken
into custody without incident and transferred to the London Police Headquarters
A twenty two year old St. Thomas man is facing several charges under the highway
traffic act after failing to properly register his vehicle. The male bought the
car privately but never attended Service Canada to complete the required paperwork.
The man also used unregistered licence plates to make it look as if the vehicle
was street legal. Officers stopped the driver yesterday after running the plate
and seeing data base information was not adding up. As a result the male was charged
Use Plate Not Authorized, Fail to Have Insurance Card and Fail to Apply For Permit.
The licence plates were seized during the traffic stop and the vehicle was towed.
The driver will appear in court next month.
A thirty three year old London woman was arrested yesterday at Canadian Tire after
attempting to pass counterfeit bills. The woman selected some small items and attempted
to pay with a one hundred dollar bill. Employees at the store suspected the money
to be fake and contacted police. The woman was still in the store when Officers
arrived and confirmed the bills were counterfeit. The female was taken into custody
without incident and found to be in possession of several more counterfeit bills.
As a result she was charged one count Utter Counterfeit and one count Possession
of Counterfeit. She was held at the Colin McGregor Justice Building overnight for
a court appearance in the morning.
Thirty two year old Dana Reinhart of London wanted on a warrant by the St. Thomas
Police Service was arrested in London by London Officers yesterday. London Police
were dealing with Reinhart on an unrelated matter when they discovered she was wanted.
The warrant stems from an incident back in the summer of 2018 where Reinhart failed
to attend court to answer to a charge of Theft Under $5000 after attempting to shoplift
$2200 worth of electronics from Walmart.
A nineteen year old St. Thomas man was arrested yesterday after police received
a complaint about several youths impeding traffic on Highbury Avenue. Once officers
arrived on scene they located the male in the company of three other youths all
under the age of sixteen. The man is currently bound by a court order not to be
in the company of anyone under the age of sixteen without another adult present.
The man was taken into custody without incident and is now charged one count of
Disobey Court Order and two counts Breach of Release Conditions. He was held at
the Colin McGregor Justice Building overnight for court the following morning.