CK Police Briefs – Monday, March 5, 2018

Teen Breaks House Arrest Conditions

A 14-year-old Chatham youth is in some more trouble after police say they spotted him out with a group of friends when he was supposed to be at home.

Police say the youth was released from custody on February 2, 2018 with conditions after he was charged with several property-related offences.

One of those release conditions was that he was supposed to stay in his residence at all times except for medical emergencies or while he was with certain people.

Police say the teen broke that condition when he was walking with a friend in the area of Princess St. in Chatham on February 27 at around 5:30pm. An officer on general patrol spotted him, but the teen managed to run away before he could be arrested.

Officers say they spotted the youth again Sunday afternoon — this time he was walking with a group of other teens in the area of William St. and an officer who recognized him was able to arrest him.

The Chatham teen is now being held in custody pending a bail hearing.

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Police Trying To Track Down Stolen Honda

Chatham-Kent police say they’re trying to find a black 2013 Honda CRV that was reported stolen from a driveway on Wildrose Dr. in Chatham.

Police say it was taken sometime between Saturday night at 11pm and Sunday morning at 9am.

The vehicle has tinted windows, black rims, and snow tires and was last seen with Ontario license plates BWVZ 925.

Anyone with information should contact Chatham-Kent police or Crime Stoppers.

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Big Screen TV Stolen From Dresden Apartment

If you see a used 55 inch TV for sale online, you may want to do some research about where it came from before you think about making an offer for it.

Chatham-Kent police say someone stole a 55 inch TV, a DVD player, and various CDs from an apartment on Holden St. in Dresden sometime Sunday night between 5:30pm and 10pm.

Police say the total value of the stolen goods is $1,500.

Anyone with information is asked to call Chatham-Kent police or Crime Stoppers.