Police Briefs- Saturday, March 3, 2018

Two Chatham men were arrested at a local store on Friday.

Police say an officer went to a store in Chatham to charge a 35-year-old Chatham man for theft.

The man allegedly tried to steal a drone, but was stopped by store security.

According to police, a man with a warrant was also noticed in the store.

Police say a 44-year-old Chatham man wanted for five counts of failing to attend court, break and enter, and possession of stolen property over $5,000 was arrested for an outstanding warrant. He was held for bail.

A Chatham man has been arrested after failing to follow his court-ordered conditions.

It is reported that on Friday, an officer responded to a call about a suspicious person on the north side of Chatham.

Police say a 32-year-old Chatham man, who currently has several court-ordered conditions, was found on scene.

One of the man’s conditions is to have an address and to notify Chatham-Kent police if his address changes. Police discovered the man had failed to follow these conditions and arrested him.

The man was also found to be in possession of a credit card that was not in his name.

He was held pending a bail hearing and is being investigated for possession of the credit card.

Chatham-Kent police say no intoxicated drivers were found during R.I.D.E programs Friday night.

The R.I.D.E. programs were held in three locations in the municipality on Friday.

According to police, 68 vehicles were checked.

Police say two drivers were cautioned for Highway Traffic Act violations, but no drivers were found to be intoxicated.