The Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 136 calls for service in the past 24 hours. 6 people were arrested.
Man Arrested on Outstanding Warrants CK18012058
Yesterday afternoon Police were contacted in regards to a male party in Walmart who was wanted by the Chatham-Kent Police Service on several warrants. Police attended the area and located the male party on St. Clair St, Chatham. The 37 year-old Blenheim male was arrested on 7 warrants including theft, fraud and failing to attend court. He was transported to bail court.
Man Charged with Public Intoxication CK18012223
Last night at shortly after 5:00pm a 63 year-old Chatham man attended the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance and began causing a disturbance. Police attended and determined that the male party was intoxicated and unable to care for himself. As a result, the man was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place and was held in police custody until sober.
Youth Charged with Failing to Comply CK18012241
Last night at 7:30 pm police were notified that a 14 year-old male was not abiding by his court mandated curfew. Police were able to track down the youth in the rear yard of a Chatham residence and he was arrested for failing to comply with his recognizance. He was held for a bail hearing.
RIDE Program in Chatham and Ridgetown CK18012235
Last night Chatham-Kent Police conducted a RIDE program in Chatham and Ridgetown. 550 vehicles were checked and no Highway Traffic Act offences were observed.
St. Patrick’s Day
The Chatham-Kent Police Service would like to remind all those celebrating to not let the festivities cloud their judgement when it comes to driving home. Please remember to plan ahead and use a designated driver, call a cab, or stay overnight. Don’t drink and drive.
Cst. B. Hessel #7270
Chatham-Kent Police Service