Tag Archives: vehicle

Stolen licence plates recovered

An Officer on patrol spotted a vehicle in the Mac’s parking lot on Talbot around 1:20am December 19, 2016. It was noted that the vehicle had been there for quite sometime. A check of the licence plate revealed that the plates had been reported stolen on November 25, 2016. The …

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Citizen’s intuition results in prohibited ammunition off the streets

A concerned resident notified Police of a suspicious looking male that had been sitting in a vehicle for an extended amount of time on her street. When Officers arrived, the male exited the car and began speaking with the officers and appeared very nervous. A check on the vehicle revealed …

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Commercial Vehicle Inspections In St. Thomas

On Thusday July 21st, 2016, the St. Thomas Police Service joined forces with the Ministry of Transportation Ontario to enhance road safety in our community. A temporary commercial vehicle inspection location was set up in the city. Police officers conducting traffic stops directed trucks to the site where four MTO …

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Stolen Vehicle

Shortly after 10:00pm on Wednesday July 20, 2016, a Blue Dodge Caravan was stolen from a church parking lot on S.Edgeware Rd. A little while later the same vehicle was reported to Police as being possibly an impaired driver. Witnesses that contacted Police were attempting to box the vehicle in …

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Wanted person caught

On Monday March 21, 2016 St. Thomas Police received information that a male who was wanted was currently in a vehicle headed to London. Officers eventually stopped the vehicle in the area of Wilton Grove Road and Highbury Avenue in the City of London. In the back seat Officers located …

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Hit and Run in North End

On March 3, 2016 at approximately 9:30 PM, a dark colored pick-up truck was travelling south-bound on Confederation Drive when the vehicle left the roadway and ran in to a parked vehicle in a private driveway. The vehicle then fled the scene without stopping. The pick-up truck was observed to …

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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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Was your vehicle locked last night?

Shortly after 10:00pm on October 15, 2015, Police were called to the area of Hammond Ave in regards to a suspicious male seen lurking around vehicles and walking between houses. Officers located the male on Joyce Street. He was placed under arrest and charged for being intoxicated in a public …

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Community & Police working together

Thanks to a concerned citizen, St. Thomas Police were able to catch up with a vehicle that was contravening the Smoke Free Ontario Act. Shortly before 6:00pm on March 31, 2015, a concerned citizen observed a vehicle driving with the driver and passenger both smoking inside the vehicle while small …

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Use the front door please

It could have been a lot worse for a 19 year old female G1 driver from Aylmer when the vehicle she was operating smashed through the front windows of the V.O.N. Office on Southedgeware Rd. On March 5, 2015 at 1:00pm Police were called to the V.O.N. Office regarding a …

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How close is too close?

On January 20, 2015, around 9:50pm, two motor vehicles were travelling West on Talbot Street in the area of Pearl Street. The lead vehicle stopped for the pedestrian waiting to cross Talbot Street. The second vehicle rear ended the first one. As a result, a 16 year old St. Thomas …

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Motor Vehicle Collisions

The year 2014 saw 35 less motor vehicle collisions than that of 2013. A total of 424 collisions were reported to police in 2014 with a total of 142 in January alone. Statistics have shown that the time that these incidents are occurring is between 2:00pm and 6:00pm. Friday is …

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Suspicious vehicle leads to arrest

On October 9, 2014, at 2:45am St. Thomas police were patrolling the Southgate Subdivision when a motor vehicle was seen travelling slowly throughout the streets appearing to be checking out houses and vehicles. Once the vehicle noticed the Officer following it, the driver tried to elude the Officer however turned …

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More Impaired Drivers!

At shortly before 10:00 in the morning the St. Thomas Police responded to a Motor Vehicle Collision at a downtown parking lot. After to speaking with the male driver of one of the vehicles police determined the male was under the influence of alcohol. As a result police arrested and …

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Impaired Driver 

On August 10th at 01:20am St Thomas Police received information that there was a vehicle parked in the middle of the road on Fingal Line in the City of St Thomas. Police attended the area and located a vehicle with a lone male occupant slumped in the driver’s seat. Many …

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Online Resource: Auto Repair Reference Centre

Have you ever wondered whether you absolutely HAD to take your car into the garage? Have you ever wanted to do some car repairs on your own? Not sure of where to look to find reliable information about your vehicle?   Look no further! St Thomas Public Library has a …

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Numerous Vehicle Entries Overnight

The St. Thomas Police Service wants to remind everyone to lock your vehicle when leaving it unattended for any length of time. Residents in the Park Ave / Mary Bucke area learned the hard way after numerous vehicles were entered and items stolen. At approximately 3:30am we received a call …

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Stolen Crossbow

St. Thomas Police are investigating the theft of a crossbow from a vehicle. Sometime between 9:00pm October 1, 2013 and 6:30am October 2, 2013 unknown persons entered an unlocked vehicle on S.Edgeware Rd and made off with $3000.00 worth of hunting equipment. Various types of clothing and accessories are missing …

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Thieves Target Neighbourhood Vehicles

On 16 February 2013, St. Thomas Police were kept busy responding to calls for service in a southwest neighbourhood that fell victim to multiple vehicle entries and thefts. It is believed the incidents occurred on Saturday in the early morning hours. The suspect(s) caused damage to the driver’s side door …

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Man charged with several traffic violations

Shortly after 11:30AM Wednesday September 26, 2012 St Thomas Police conducted a traffic stop on Centre Street. A police check on the driver and vehicle determined the vehicle was being operated with licence plates registered to another vehicle, and no insurance. The 35 year old male driver was issued several …

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