CK police briefs- Saturday, May 16, 2020

Entering a home unlawfully leads to charges 

A man will have to attend court after an incident in Chatham.

Shortly before 1:30 p.m. Friday, officers arrested him for unlawfully being in a dwelling.

According to police, he allegedly walked into a residence through an unlocked front door and claimed that he was running away from someone.

He was arrested and eventually released with a future court date.

Man hit with trafficking charge

A man that was already on police’s radar got into some additional trouble Friday night.

Around 7:30, police arrested him for a parole violation. Upon searching the man, officers found him in possession of an unspecified quantity of illegal drugs.

He was further charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking.

Man arrested for breaking parole 

A traffic stop led to charges for a local man.

Police conducted the stop in Chatham on Friday evening. The accused was found contravening conditions of his parole.

After further investigation, he was arrested on the strength of a parole warrant.

Three arrested on warrants 

A man who got in trouble with the law in Sarnia is now also facing charges in Chatham-Kent.

Around 1:30 p.m. Friday, officers in Sarnia arrested the man for undisclosed reasons. Police in CK held a warrant for his arrest for theft and possession and escaping lawful custody.

He was issued paperwork for a future court date to answer to the charges.

Meanwhile, a woman in Winsdor was dealt a similar fate on Friday evening.

Officers in Chatham-Kent were contacted by the Windsor Police service, informing them that a woman was located who was a subject of a CK police warrant.

She was wanted for theft and possession.

Officers from Chatham-Kent went to Windsor and took custody of her without incident.

Police were able to nab one more person wanted on a warrant Friday evening.

Officers attended a scene in Chatham around 7:30 p.m. and located a man who was subject of a surety relief warrant.

He was arrested and taken to South West Detention Centre.