Police Briefs – Tuesday, May 15, 2018

A number of break and enters in Chatham and Blenheim are under investigation.

Police say an industrial stove and meat slicer, worth $4,000, were stolen from a warehouse on Patteson Ave. in Chatham sometime over the weekend.

Unknown suspects also forced their way into the laundry room of an apartment complex on Dufferin Ave. in Chatham, and caused $400 in damage over the weekend.

And, police say a log splitter was taken from an unlocked shed on Victoria St. in Blenheim, sometimes between Monday and Tuesday.

Anyone with information about any of these break and enters are asked to contact CK police or Crime Stoppers.


An Ohio man is in trouble with police after Chatham-Kent OPP caught him with a speed measuring device.

Officers found the device after pulling over the 62-year-old driver on Hwy. 401 near Bloomfield Rd. around 4pm on Saturday, May 12.


A Chatham man is headed for a bail hearing after turning himself into police.

Back on April 11th, the 32-year-old was released with custody with a court date, however, he didn’t show up to court on May 2, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

He turned himself in at police headquarters in Chatham on Monday morning.