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Theft  Break and Enter  Kids and Cops Fishing Event July 6th

STPS Getting Ready to Release Community Survey

June 29th, 2018 - The St. Thomas Police Service is about to launch a Community Survey. This large scale survey will gather input from citizens of St. Thomas on programs and services offered by the Police and help guide the department based on community needs.

STPS is trying to reach as many people as possible.

We know the voice of our community matters.

This survey is Quick Easy And TOTALLY Anonymous.

STPS is dedicated to meeting the needs of everyone in the community. That is why for the first time ever, we have broken down our survey into two specific categories

Business Owners

General Population

Each Category will have its own set of questions based on specific topics relevant to each category.

It's your voice……….Use it!

*Watch for our YOUTH survey coming this September*

Theft

June 29th, 2018 - A nineteen year old St. Thomas man was arrested in the early morning hours Thursday after he stole a bicycle from the back yard of a Forest Ave home. Police were called shortly after midnight by an alert citizen who reported seeing a man walk into a neighbouring backyard and ride away on a bike. The caller was able to give a detailed description of the suspect and Officers located him a short distance away. There was a brief scuffle during the arrest when the man refused to get off the bike. The male is now charged with one count of Theft Under $5000, one count of Trespass by Night, one count of Breach of Conditions and one count of Resist Arrest. He was held in custody at the Colin McGregor Justice Building overnight for Court.

Break and Enter

St. Thomas Police responded to an intrusion alarm at an empty warehouse on Inkerman Street Thursday morning around 2 am. When officers arrived they located a forty five year old St. Thomas man fleeing the building with a bag. The male was arrested and found to be in possession of several tools he had stolen from inside the building. As a result the male is now charged with one count of Break and Enter to Commit Theft. He was released on a Promise to Appear in Court.

Kids and Cops Fishing Event July 6th

Cops Help Kids Cast a Line

St. Thomas, ON: Local police officers will be helping kids cast a line this summer during the eleventh annual Kids Fishing Day on Friday, July 6.

The derby, which is sponsored by Bear Adventures and the St. Thomas YMCA, will take place from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at Pinafore Park. This event is open all kids from the area. Kids are asked to bring their own fishing gear, though bait will be supplied by Dixie Dairy Bar and Tackle Shop. A complimentary hot dog lunch will be provided by the St. Thomas Police Association and the St Thomas Police Service. The St. Thomas police officers will be available to lend a helping hand throughout the day. There is no cost to participate, but kids should pre-register at the YMCA (519-631-2418).

The event is sponsored by the Canadian National Sportfishing Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting and protecting recreational fishing. It is also supported by Fishing Forever, Bear Adventures, YMCA of St. Thomas, the Police Association of Ontario, Canadian Tire, Dixie Dairy Bar and Tackle Shop, MNR – Aylmer, Catfish Creek Conservation Area, the St. Thomas Professional Firefighter Association, The Real Canadian Superstore St Thomas, Wendy's Restaurants, the St. Thomas Time Journal, MYFM 94.1, Centennial Sportsman Club, and Dowler Karn Fuels.

Fishing Forever chair Bob Izumi is an avid supporter of recreational fishing for both the young and the young at heart. "I love to create opportunities for children and families to go fishing," states Izumi. "Fishing is one of the very best ways for parents and other adults to establish productive and healthy relationships with children."

For more information, contact Kevin W. Morland at amorfish@sympatico.ca or 519-631-6184.

To learn more about Kids, Cops and Canadian Tire, please visit www.kidsandcops.ca, www.facebook.com/KidsCopsCanadianTire or contact Jessica at events@kidsandcops.ca or 877 822 8881.

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