Police Briefs – Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Chatham-Kent police are looking for a stolen vehicle and television.

Sometime between 7:30am and 6:30pm on Tuesday, suspects entered a home on Cairo Rd. in Zone Township.

Once inside they took a 47″ LG TV, and left in a 2011 Buick Lucerne, which had the keys left in the console.

The vehicle had the Ontario license plats BKXY 817. The value of the theft is $26,000.

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An outstanding warrant has landed a Blenheim woman back in police custody.

Back in August, the woman was released with several conditions, including a daily curfew and to live at a specific address on Ridge Line.

On Sunday night, police learned the woman has moved, and after they couldn’t locate her, a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Officers located the 31-year-old last night in Blenheim and took her into custody. She was then turned over to OPP for another outstanding warrant.

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Unpaid fines led to charges for a Chatham man.

A Chatham-Kent police officer stopped a van on Richmond St. yesterday afternoon around 3:30pm.

The driver, a 36-year-old man, was suspended from driving due to unpaid fines. He’s now charged with driving while under suspension.

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Police are investigating after the covering of a storage trailer at Goodwill Industries on Grand Ave. W in Chatham was damaged.

The damage, estimated at $1,500, happened sometime between 5pm Monday night and 7am Tuesday morning.

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Twenty-five bundles of shingles are missing from a construction site on Llydican Ave. in Chatham.

Police say the theft happened sometime late Monday night or early Tuesday morning.

The shingles are worth approximately $625.

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A 30-year-old Cedar Springs woman has been charged with careless driving following a single-vehicle crash.

The accident happened shortly after 9am yesterday morning on Talbot Trail between Erieau Rd. and Lagoon Rd in Harwich Township.

No one was injured , and damage is pegged at $6,000.

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Damage is estimated at $5,000 after two-vehicles crashed in Ridgetown.

Police say no one was injured in the accident that happened on Ebenezer St. near Erie St. S around 11:30am yesterday morning.

A 90-year-old man from Ridgetown was charged with failing to yield the right of way.