CK police briefs- Sunday, October 18, 2020

Female charged with assault

A domestic incident in Tilbury has landed one woman in trouble with the law.

On Saturday evening, officers responded to a domestic dispute on Bond Avenue. Police learned that the woman involved allegedly bumped the bike that her ex-boyfriend was riding with her car.

Police said she then proceeded to get out of her vehicle and strike the man several times in the face.

The 45-year-old Tilbury woman was arrested and charged with assault and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

She was later released and given a court date in December.

Man arrested after refusing breathalyzer

A 29-year-old will have to answer to charges after a traffic stop in Chatham.

It started on Saturday morning when police initiated the stop on Richmond Street. Officers issued a breath demand and the driver allegedly refused to comply. As a result, he was arrested and charged with refusal.

His licence has been suspended for 90 days and his vehicle impounded for a week. He was eventually released from custody with a future court date.

Multiple warrant arrests 

Chatham-Kent police were able to arrest several people on outstanding warrants this weekend, two of which turned themselves into police.

On Saturday morning, police received a call about a man that was unconscious in the front yard of a McNaughton Avenue residence.

The man was medically cleared however, police checks revealed that he was currently wanted by Chatham-Kent police for mischief under $5,000.

As a result, the 32-year-old was arrested and later released with a future court date.

In the afternoon on Saturday, a 46-year-old Chatham man turned himself into Chatham-Kent police.

The man was wanted for sexual interference, sexual exploitation and 2 counts of sexual assault. He was released from custody and given a court date set for next month.

Lastly, on Saturday evening another man turned himself into police.

The 43-year-old was wanted for uttering threats at his ex-wife. He was eventually released with a future court date.

Break and enter in Dresden

Police are asking the public for assistance after a break and enter in Dresden.

It happened sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning when unknown suspects got inside the Lumberjack Building Centre. They proceeded to force their way into five storage units.

At this time, it is unknown what was stolen.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Jennifer JACOBSON at or 519-436-6600 extension #87212. Anonymous callers may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) and may be eligible for a cash reward.