Police Briefs – Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Chatham-Kent Police are looking for a black 2002 GMC Sierra pick-up truck that was stolen in Wallaceburg.
Police say the extended cab truck was taken from a home on Dufferin Ave. sometime between midnight and 7am this morning.
The truck with the licence plate 492 8LC, had rear folding food, large mud tires, and a decal of four ducks in the middle of the rear window.
A 21-year-old woman has been charged after she was caught violating her probation.
Part of the terms of her release, Chatham-Kent Police say the woman was not to communicate with a specific man.
Last night around 9pm, officers spotted the woman riding bikes the same man on Richmond St. They were stopped and she was taken into custody.
A 79-year-old man has been charged following a two-vehicle crash in Wallaceburg.
Police say the crash happened on McNaughton Ave near Reaume Ave shortly after noon yesterday.
Three people were taken hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Damage is pegged at $15,000.
Damage is estimated at $4,500 after two-vehicles collided on St. Clair St. near McNaughton Ave. in Chatham.
No one was injured and a 62-year-old Chatham man was charged.
Police are investigating after an unlocked garage was broken into on Carnation Court in Chatham.
Officers say three adult bicycles, fishing gear, roller blades, black Reebok running shoes, a shovel, CD’s and beer worth $2,000 was taken.
Police say the break in happened on August 10 between 2-6am.