CK Police Briefs – Friday, April 13, 2018

SUV Stolen From Kent Bridge Car Pool

Chatham-Kent police say they’re trying to track down a black 2006 Cadillac Escalade that was stolen from the Kent Bridge / Hwy. 401 carpool area.

Officers say it was taken sometime between 6:45am and 3pm Thursday and was last seen with Ontario licence plates ABPC 039.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Joel Rehill at or 519-436-6600 ext. 84994.


Break-In At Four Two Oh Supplies

Police are looking for leads after someone broke into Four Two Oh Supplies on King St. W. in Chatham Thursday night.

Officers say they responded to the scene at around 10:30pm after an alarm went off there. Police who responded to the scene saw that someone had broken the front window and stolen some items from the display.

The damages are estimated at $1,000 and the value of the stolen goods is estimated at $340.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.


Two Arrests On Outstanding Warrants

Chatham-Kent police say two men are facing charges after they were arrested on outstanding warrants Thursday.

Police say a 27-year-old Toronto man was wanted for failing to attend court on March 20. Officers found him in Chatham Thursday morning and arrested him.

In a separate case, a 32-year-old Chatham man was arrested in connection with a domestic violence investigation.

Officers say a woman was allegedly assaulted by her boyfriend on Monday, but the suspect had already left the residence by the time police arrived.

Investigators say they found the man Thursday and took him into custody. Police say they found a pair of homemade brass knuckles on him, too.

Officers say he was also wanted on a separate warrant for failing to comply with his curfew.


Clash Of The Sirens Competition

Emergency personnel in Chatham-Kent will go head-to-head in a fitness challenge from 9am to 12pm on Saturday at the St. Clair College Healthplex.

Chatham-Kent police, OPP, CKFES, and Medavie EMS personnel will all be taking part.

The event will feature teams of four competing in three separate, first responder-related challenges organized by Blair’s Bootcamp.

It’s a fundraising event that’s open to the public — all the money that’s raised will go to support Chatham’s Hope Haven.

You can find more information by clicking here.