St. Thomas Police

Domestic Fail to Comply

On Sunday, December 27, 2015 an 18 year old St. Thomas man turned himself into the St. Thomas Police regarding a Fail to Comply allegation. The man was currently out judicial release conditions regarding a domestic related incident. One of the conditions was for him not to associate with the …

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Fire at Downtown Business

At approximately 7:30 PM on December 17, 2015, St. Thomas Police and Fire responded to a Talbot Street business for a report of a fire. Upon arrival, the interior of the business was on fire. A male who had been inside the building was transported to St. Thomas – Elgin …

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Shoplifter

Loss Prevention Officers at a local grocery store were quick to find a male removing security tags from items within their electronics department. On December 16, 2015 at approximately 1:40pm, the male was observed concealing the items in his coat and walk towards the exit. Police were already on scene …

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Christmas Decorations being Stolen

Over the last couple of weeks, the St. Thomas Police have had a larger than usual number of Christmas decorations (lights) reported stolen. The target of choice appears to be the newer laser lights that project from the ground on to the sides of houses and businesses. These lights run …

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Construction Trailer Stolen from Residence

Sometime between noon on December 12 and 2:00 PM on December 13, an unknown person stole a trailer from a driveway at a residence in the south end of St. Thomas.  The trailer had approximately $10,000 in construction tools inside.  The trailer is described as a 2013 6 foot by …

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Traffic stop nets wanted person

During the early morning hours of December 13, 2015 a 35 year old resident of St. Thomas was arrested on 2 outstanding warrants, as a result of a traffic stop. During the course of the investigation, a quantity of Marihuana was located within the vehicle, which resulted in two other …

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Have you been contacted by Revenue Canada?

We’ve received several calls regarding the ongoing Canada Revenue Agency Scam. Members of our community have been receiving calls from an unknown person(s) described as having heavy accents indicating they are the, CRA, RCMP, or a member of the OPP. They are informing the unsuspecting victims that they owe money …

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Was your car locked last night?

On December 8, 2015, Police were called to the area of Flora Street and Barwick street shortly before 8:00pm, after witnesses called in to report a male in the area that looked like he was going through cars. Police located a male matching the description given by witnesses a short …

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Operation Heat

  As part of our road safety objectives to effectively and efficiently respond to the unique requirements of our community, we are introducing a traffic safety initiative that coincides with our most recent #3 ranking as the safest City in Canada to drive in. Our recent community survey overwhelmingly identified …

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Assault, Drugs and a search warrant

On December 2, 2015, Police responded to a call regarding an assault that had taken place in the month of October of 2015. Based on the investigation and witness information, grounds existed for the arrest of a 29 year-old St. Thomas man. A short time later the male was spotted …

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Assault, Drugs and a search warrant

On December 2, 2015, Police responded to a call regarding an assault that had taken place in the month of October of 2015. Based on the investigation and witness information, grounds existed for the arrest of a 29 year-old St. Thomas man. A short time later the male was spotted …

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Suspended driver caught again

Yesterday, a 48 year-old man from West Lorne was caught driving when he shouldn’t have been. On Tuesday December 1, 2015, Offices observed a vehicle travelling on Gladstone Ave near the new Court House at approximately 10:25am. A query of the vehicle showed that the owner was a suspended driver. …

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Fail to remain

The St. Thomas Police Service is searching for the owner of a small black car that struck a pedestrian yesterday in the area of Kains St. and Manitoba St. in the City of St. Thomas. Just before 3:00pm on November 30th, 2015, the 18 year-old female from St. Thomas was …

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Assault at Work

At approximately 7:30 PM on November 16, 2015, St. Thomas Police were called to a downtown restaurant to investigate an assault complaint. Investigation revealed that an 18 year old female employee of the restaurant assaulted a co-worker after an argument during work. As a result of the investigation, the 18 …

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Arrest made during traffic stop

Shortly after 8:00pm on November 10, 2015, Officers on patrol observed a motor vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed down Talbot Street. A traffic stop was initiated. The male produced a British Columbia Driver’s Licence as identification. Officers commenced an investigation and found that the driver was on …

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Assault x 4

At approximately 1:00 AM on November 8, 2015 a 43 year old St. Thomas man had been causing problems at a Talbot Street bar. The male was asked to leave by the bar manager and a doorman at which time the suspect became assaultive. Through the following melee a total …

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Theft of Donations

On Sunday November 8, 2015, at 4:50pm Police were called to the Salvation Army Thrift Store in relation to two suspicious men wearing dark clothing that were seen going through the donation bins. Police caught up with the two men a short distance away, who had numerous items in their …

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St. Thomas man charged with Trafficking

An active investigation by the St. Thomas Police Service Drug Enforcement Unit has led to the arrest of a St. Thomas man. The 29 year-old accused, George CHIOROS, was arrested and charged after a traffic stop on Highbury Ave. On November 5, 2015, Officers stopped CHIOROS after it was suspected …

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No Insurance can be costly

On November 2, 2015, a 39 year old female from Aylmer was stopped in the area of the Elgin General Hospital while driving her vehicle. She provided the officer all her documents for the vehicle. Investigation revealed that the insurance card she provided was up to date but the actual …

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Fail to Comply

A night out on the town caused a 19 year old man to be arrested. On October 25, 2015 at approximately 2:00 am the man and his companion were patrons at a downtown St. Thomas tavern. Both became intoxicated and started to act in an unruly manner which in turn …

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