On 07 June 2013, the St. Thomas Police Service responded to a northend residence for a domestic disturbance complaint. Upon arrival, Police learned that a 53 year old male had broken into his ex-commonlaw’s residence and began to argue with her over their dissolved relationship. The male damaged property prior to leaving the residence. Through investigation, it was learned that the male had also forcibly entered the home on 06 June 2013 to confront his ex-commonlaw partner. As a result of this investigation, the male was arrested and brought into custody. He faces charges of Forcible Entry, and Break and Enter with intent to commit Mischief. The male made a court appearance and was remanded into custody for a future bail hearing.
On 07 June 2013, the St. Thomas Police Service conducted a RIDE program in the City. Over 250 vehicles were stopped and drivers were checked for sobriety. There were no charges resulting from this community service initiative.
Failure to Comply
On 07 June 2013, the St. Thomas Police responded to a complaint of a disturbance on a northend street. Upon police arrival, a 20 year old male was found to be in breach of several conditions of his Undertaking. The male was out past his designated curfew time, he had been consuming alcohol and as a result of those facts, he was not keeping the peace and being of good behaviour. The male was arrested and brought into custody where he was held for a court appearance. The male was later released by the courts on a Recognizance of Bail.
On 08 June 2013, the St. Thomas Police Service responded to a northend residence for a domestic disturbance complaint. Upon arrival, Police observed a male leaving the area matching the description of the male involved. The 27 year old male was summonsed to speak to police, but he refused. The male became aggressive towards officers despite numerous commands to cease the behaviour. The male’s criminal past was known to police and it was learned that he was on Probation with several conditions. The male’s behaviour turned assaultive and resistive as he was being detained for further investigation. Through investigation, it was found that the male had unlawfully entered the residence of his ex- commonlaw partner and when asked to leave – he refused. This prompted the call for police assistance. The male was brought into custody and made a morning court appearance where he was remanded for a future a bail hearing. The male faces the following criminal charges; Assault (2 counts), Being Unlawfully in a Dwelling, Assault Police, Assault Police – with intent to resist arrest, Resist Arrest, and Breach of Probation. Nobody was injured as a result of this incident.
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