Tag Archives: traffic

Multiple charges after a traffic stop

At approximately 9:15pm Officers observed a motor vehicle in the area of Talbot Street and Balaclava Street and upon a check of the licence plate the results came back as it being unattached. The Officer conducted a traffic stop and discovered some more issues. The driver was unable to produce …

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Traffic stop leads to multiple arrests

An Officer on patrol observed a vehicle blow through a 4-way stop at the intersection of Churchill and Chestnut around 11:18am on Thursday September 8, 2016. As a result of the traffic stop, two passengers in the vehicle known to the Officer were arrested as they were both on conditions …

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Traffic Stop results in Arrest

On August 23, 2016 at approximately 10:30 PM, St. Thomas Police conducted a traffic stop in the west end of the city. Upon speaking to the male driver, the officer noticed that the male had been drinking alcohol. Subsequent investigation determined that the male had more than 80 mg of …

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Two Arrested on Drug Charges During Traffic Stop

On July 11, 2016 at approximately 11:15 PM, a St. Thomas Police Officer stopped a vehicle in the east end of the city in an attempt to locate a male wanted for breaching his bail conditions. As a result of the investigation that occurred subsequent to the stop, a 25 …

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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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Child struck by car

Just before lunch hour on Monday May 13, 2013 a 2 year old child was struck by a vehicle after stepping out into traffic from behind a parked car on Centre St. The child suffered a broken leg and was transported to St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital for observation. There …

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St. Thomas Police – Operation Impact

St Thomas Police will be on the roads during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend targeting impaired drivers, distracted drivers aggressive driving, and drivers – passengers that don’t wear their seat belts. This four day traffic initiative called OPERTION IMPACT, an annual traffic enforcement and education campaign will begin 12:01a.m Friday October …

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2012-06-18 – Mischief, forcible entry

On June 17, 2012 at 11:00 am police attended a residence located in the southeast end of the city in regards to a domestic disturbance. Police arrested and charged a 38 year old St. Thomas man with mischief under $5000.00 and forcible entry into a residence. He was transported to …

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2012-06-05 – Male charged with multiple offences

At about 3:05PM Monday June 4th, 2012 St Thomas Police received a 9-1-1 telephone call with no voice contact. Dispatchers immediately attempted to re contact the number however there was no answer. Police received a second call from a male person advising his daughter was being held against her will …

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2012-06-04 – Break and enter investigated

Sometime between May 10th and May 20th 2012 a break and enter occurred at Manitoba Street apartment. Four tires were reported stolen from the premises. Anyone with information is asked to contact the St Thomas Police Service at 519-631-1364 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Cyclist injured On Sunday June 3, …

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2012-05-31 – Youth arrested for assault

On Wednesday May 30, 2012 St Thomas Police arrested and charged a 15 year old male youth with three (3) counts of assault. The charges were laid following a complaint from the youth’s ex girlfriend. The youth was released on conditions that included a future court date. Motor vehicle collision …

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2012-05-29 – Stepfather arrested

On Monday May 28, 2012 St Thomas Police arrested and charged a 39 year old male for assaulting his stepson. The accused was later released on conditions that included a future court date. The victim did not require medical treatment. Break and enter St Thomas Police are investigating a break …

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2012-05-18 – Holiday law crackdown

Police will be on the lookout for stores that shouldn’t be open on Victoria Day (May 21, 2012). Retailers are bound by strict rules on statutory holidays, such as Victoria Day, when only certain types and sizes of stores are allowed to open. Officers will be on the lookout for …

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2012-05-14 – Female assaulted

On Sunday afternoon May 13, 2012 St Thomas Police attended a South end residence regarding an assault. Police say around 2:00PM a verbal argument between an adult female and her 47 year old boyfriend turned physical with the male striking the female victim in the face area. The victim suffered …

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2012-05-10 – Canada Road Safety Week

Saving Lives During Canada Road Safety Week May 14-21, 2012 will mark Canada Road Safety Week, a national campaign to make Canada’s roads the safest in the world. This week has been strategically chosen, as it is the first “summer” long weekend. More people are travelling and traffic collisions are …

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2012-05-03 – Man arrested for outstanding warrant

On May 2, 2012 St Thomas Police arrested a 25 year old male on an outstanding warrant for breaching the terms of his probation order. The accused was held at police headquarters pending a Thursday May 3, 2012 court appearance. Vehicle entry Sometime between 9:00AM and 11:00PM Sunday April 30, …

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New Speeding And Parking Traffic Project

St Thomas Police are implementing two new traffic initiatives that commence immediately in the city. Police will be targeting speeding on Manitoba Street between Edward and Kains Street(s). Driver’s found in violation of the law will face stiff penalties which could include a fine or loss of driving privileges Police …

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2012-04-30 – Man arrested for mischief and assualt

On Sunday April 29, 2012 a 49 year old St Thomas man was arrested and charged for breaking a window on Manitoba Street and threatening to strike his neighbours with a cane. The accused was released on conditions which included a future court date. Vehicle entered Sometime during the overnight …

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2012-04-14 – Traffic Enforcement

On April 14th at 01:00 am St Thomas Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle travelling westbound on Wellington St.in the City of St Thomas. The 29 year old male driver was spoken to by police. The male was arrested for driving while having in excess of 80 milligrams …

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Who doesn’t love morning people?

It is said that there are two kinds of people. Those who are morning people, the ones who wake up early and get on with the day. The ones that open their eyes and are instantly fully awake and ready for the day. And then there are the other kind, …

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