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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.