Police Briefs – Thursday, December 24, 2015

Violating bail conditions has landed a pair of Chatham residents in trouble with police.

Earlier this month, a 25-year-old man was charged with domestic assault. One of the conditions of his release was to not contact the victim.

But last night, police spotted both on King St. in Chatham.

The man was charged with breach of recognizance, while the 29-year-old woman was charged with abetting the breach.


A Blenheim man back in police custody after he breached his curfew.

Back in December 14, the 35-year-old was arrested for theft and possession of a vehicle. He was released with a curfew and several conditions.

Last night, police were called to a residence eon Marlborough St. where they found the man out after his curfew. Officers also found a small amount of marijuana on him during the arrest.

He’s charged with two counts of breach of recognizance and is being held for a bail hearing.


Tools are missing after a barn in Ridgetown was broken in to.

Police say thieves broke a window causing $100 in damage to the barn on Green Line.

A set of John Deere wrenches and a Husky air hammer worth $250 were taken.