The Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 191 calls for service in the last 24 hours. 9 people were arrested. There were 64 911 hang-up calls.
Shortly after 4:25pm on Friday October 6, 2023, the Chatham-Kent Police Service received information regarding unwanted contact by a male party who was bound by conditions not to communicate with a female in the Blenheim area stemming from an incident that occurred in 2021. Through investigation, officers found that the male party breached those conditions by sending an unwanted text message to the victim.
As a result, a 79-year-old Blenheim man was arrested, and charged for failing to comply with his release order. He was released with a future court date.
Theft of motor vehicle/motor vehicle collision CK23052585
At 10:00pm on Friday October 6, 2023, the Chatham-Kent Police Service received a report of a stolen motor vehicle that had been taken from a driveway on North Side of Chatham. The vehicle a Volkswagen Jetta was located a short distance away when police received another call regarding a motor vehicle collision where a vehicle collided with a hydro box but was empty with no one in the driver’s seat.
Through investigation it was determined that the vehicle was indeed the one taken from the driveway reported to police earlier in the night.
The vehicle was recovered with significant damage to it, and removed as stolen.
Police are still investigating this incident and anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Avery WILSON at 519-436-6600 ext 0.
Missing person CK23052432
On October 6, 2023, the Chatham-Kent Police Service received a missing person complaint in the Wheatley Area. Officers flooded the area with a description given by the missing parties mother but were met with negative results. The missing person is Tyler FULMER 1995/03/07, and is believed to be in either the Leamington area, or the Windsor area. Tyler was last seen wearing a dark athletic jacket with orange crocs, and a cowboy hat. He is bring described as a white male, measuring 5 foot 11 inches, with short brown hair.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Chatham-Kent Police Service at 519-436-6600 Ext 0.
Security Camera Registry
The Security Camera Registry is a community based crime prevention opportunity and investigative resource that enlists the help of Chatham-Kent residents. This registry enables community members to voluntarily identify their residential video surveillance location through a simple, secure, confidential, online form located on the Chatham-Kent Police Service website. Identified addresses will be mapped on a database of surveillance camera locations for officers to quickly and effectively direct resources when investigating criminal offences in your neighbourhood. Your participation in this innovative program can deter and prevent crime, and save lives.
See https://ckpolice.com/camera-registry/ for details.