CK police briefs- Sunday, May 17, 2020

Woman causes disturbance 

A woman had to spend some time with police after having a bit too much to drink in Bothwell.

It started around 9:40 p.m. Saturday when officers responded to reports of a highly intoxicated woman causing a disturbance at a residence on Chestnut Street.

According to police, the 60-year-old refused to go into the residence and continued to yell and scream.

She was arrested for breach of the peace and transported to police headquarters where she was lodged until she was sober.

Man sent back to prison 

A Thamesville man is in trouble with the law after getting busted breaking his probation conditions.

While on routine patrol in Thamesville on Saturday, police located the 31-year-old coming out of the Circle K store.

Through investigation, officers learned that he had been recently released from jail and was supposed to be on house arrest.

He was arrested and police also discovered that he had been drinking, which was another violation of his release from jail.

The man was held for bail and was sent back to South West Detention Center to serve the remainder of his sentence.

Intoxication leads to arrest 

Police had to take a man into custody after a domestic disturbance in Chatham.

Around 6 p.m. Saturday, officers responded to the disturbance on St. Mary Street where a man and woman were located in a verbal argument.

The Chatham man, who police say was highly intoxicated, left the residence and was subsequently arrested as he was deemed unable to care for himself.

He was held in police custody until he sobered up.

Arrest on warrant 

Police were able to find a Chatham man who was wanted on a warrant for dangerous weapons and assault.

He was located around 1:30 p.m. Saturday on 5th Street in Chatham.

He was arrested and held for bail.