Goderich Drug Bust

Chatham-Kent Daily News Release - 12July2018

Source: Chatham-Kent Police
Date: Fri Jul 13 02:52:59 MST 2018

The Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 188 calls for service in the last 24 hours. 4 people were arrested.

Break and Enter in Chatham. CK18032153
Sometime between July 9th, and July 11th, unknown person(s) entered a residence in Chatham by forcing the rear door open causing approximately $500 in damages. The unknown person stole multiple personal items and electronics from the home. The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Corey AITKEN at coreya@chatham-kent.ca or 519-436-6600 extension #87322 extension. Anonymous callers may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) and may be eligible for a cash reward.

Male Arrested for Failing to Attend Court. CK18032130
On December 2nd, 2017, a 20yr Bothwell male was arrested for the possession of a controlled substance. The male was later released with a future court date. The male party failed to attend court on the date issued which resulted in a warrant being issued for his arrest.

Yesterday afternoon the 20yr Bothwell man attended the Chatham-Kent Police Service Head Quarters location and turned himself over to Police. The male party was arrested and held for a bail hearing.

Wallaceburg Male Arrested. CK18032231
On January 29th, 2018, a 20yr Wallaceburg male was released on Bail with conditions to reside at a specific address in Wallaceburg.

Last night at approximately 11:00pm, Police attended this address to speak with a 20yr Wallaceburg Male. Police then learned the male no longer resides at this address and has not lived there for some time.

A short time later Police located the male and placed him under arrest for Failing to Comply with his conditions. The male was transported to the Chatham-Kent Police Service Head Quarters location were he was held for a bail hearing.

Bob Izumi, along with Canadian Tire will be hosting an annual Cops, Kids Fishing Event in Mitchell’s Bay this Saturday, July 11.

Registration and start up time is 8 a.m. at the Mitchell’s Bay Marine Park.

Cost is $3 per child which includes lunch being a pop, chips, hot dog and unlimited bait.

There is no cut off time for registration but the event stops at 1 p.m.

Prizes and awards will be handed out at the end of the event.

http://kidsandcops.ca/events/

Area OPP

Fatal House Fire West Of Londesborough - Deceased Identified
Drunk Driver Slams Into Parked Vehicle - KEMP Arrested
Urinating Drunk Driver Arrested At 9 AM
Fatal Collision North Of Stratford - Names Released
67 Year Old Arrested At RIDE In Harriston
Public Identifies Listowel Shoplifting Suspect - Craig JAMES Arrested
Carfentanil Bust In Perth East - Name Released
23 Year Old Arrested After Trying To Avoid RIDE
Fatal Collision Update - Deceased Pedestrian Identified
Do You Recognize This Theft Suspect?
20 Year Old Facing Uttering Threats And Break And Enter Charges
Stolen Sea-Doo's Recovered In Brussels - Karen ALBRECHT Charged
18 Year Old Driver & Passenger Eating French Fries Involved In Collision
67 Year Old Has Vehicle Impounded For Racing
OPP Reminding Drivers About Smoking In Vehicles With Passengers Under 16 Years Of Age
11 Month Old Airlifted To Hospital - Police Seek Witnesses
Fatal Collision Update - Deceased Identified
Fatal Pedestrian Collision Closes Hwy 6
Fatal Collision In North Perth - Name Withheld Pending Next Of Kin Notification
Pervert Alert - Robert WILLIS
Human Remains Found Update - Arrest Made
Collision Involving OPP Cruiser
Faith WEBER Charged After Suspicious Vehicle Reported
17 Year Old Has Vehicle Impounded For Speeding
Drunk Driver Arrested In Listowel - Name Released
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