Police Briefs – Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Driving Without Insurance or a Validated Permit

Chatham-Kent police say a 57-year-old Wallaceburg man’s vehicle has been taken away from him after he was allegedly driving around without insurance or a validated permit.

Police say they pulled over the Chevrolet Impala at around 10:30am Monday at the the intersection of Base Line and Old Glass Rd. and then had the vehicle towed away.

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Vacant Building Targeted

A 30-year-old man is charged with mischief after allegedly hitting a glass door at a vacant building on St. Clair St. in Chatham.

Police say the man walked up to the building at around 8am Monday, hit the door, and left. Officers say they arrested him moments later.

The damages are estimated at $300.

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Wanted Man Turns Up In Chatham Store

A Chatham man is in some trouble after police came to check up on him, but he wasn’t home.

Officers say the man was released from custody in August with several conditions including staying inside his residence between 11pm and 6am daily.

Police say they went to check on him at 11:45pm on November 21, but he wasn’t there and officers couldn’t find him until he turned up inside a store in Chatham at around 4pm Monday.

A 44-year-old Chatham man is now charged with failing to comply with his release conditions.