The Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 221 calls for service in the last 24 hours. Five people were arrested. Three on outstanding warrants.
Theft investigation leads to Breach and weapons charges Wallace Street Wallaceburg CK23023102
A man was stopped for a theft investigation on Wallace street in Wallaceburg. During the investigation, the man was found to have a BB Gun that replicated a real handgun. The man was currently on conditions and probation. The man was arrested and charged with failing to comply with probation, fail to comply with undertaking, weapons dangerous and carried concealed weapon. The man was held in custody awaiting a bail hearing.
Break and enter Middle Line CK23023125
Around 12:51 pm a young man was observed entering a rear shed at an address on Middle Line around Valetta. The homeowner scared off the subject who fled by a field at the rear of the property. The suspect dropped Go Kart tires outside of the building.
If anyone has information that can assist in this investigation or identify the individuals involved, please contact Constable Ken Muir email@example.com Anonymous callers may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) and may be eligible for a cash reward.
Wellness check leads to arrest Reaume Street Wallaceburg CK23023239
A citizen called in concerned about a woman in the area of Reaume Street in Wallaceburg. The woman was located and checked on. It was discovered the woman had outstanding warrants. The woman was placed under arrest and transported to Chatham-Kent Headquarters awaiting a bail hearing.
Frauds and Scams
The key to protecting yourself is by understanding how you could be targeted. Reduce the chances of being a victim by taking the following steps to secure your devices and accounts:
– Be on guard for scams
– Secure your social media and email accounts
– Apply updates to your mobile devices and computer
– Store your data securely
– Use a strong password
For more information, please see https://cyber.gc.ca/en/guidance/5-ways-protect-yourself-covid-19-scams