Police Briefs – Friday, January 27, 2017

A couple of crashes in Chatham-Kent have led to charges.

A 57-year-old Chatham woman has been charged with careless driving after a collision at Centre St. and Wellington St. in Chatham Thursday afternoon.

Minor injuries were reported.

Damage is pegged at $15,000.

Then, a two-vehicle collision on Communication Rd. just outside of Blenheim caused $16,000 in damage.

A 25-year-old Blenheim woman has also been charged with careless driving.

Chatham-Kent police officers have charged a 27-year-old Chatham woman with driving with no insurance and failing to surrender vehicle ownership.

Earlier this week, an officer on general patrol observed a vehicle travelling eastbound on Wellington St. in Chatham and discovered the license plates were reported “missing” by the Ministry of Transportation.

Police officials say the officer also found the driver was suspended for medical reasons and could not provide proof of ownership or insurance for the vehicle.


Devices seized by CK OPP. (Photo courtesy of CK OPP)

Devices seized by CK OPP. (Photo courtesy of CK OPP)

Using a radar device has landed a 45-year-old Michigan man in trouble with police.

He’s been charged with Driving a Motor Vehicle with a Speed Measuring and Warning Device.

Chatham-Kent OPP says an officer was on general patrol on Highway 401 when she observed a vehicle committing a traffic violation Thursday night and stopped the male driver.


(Photo courtesy of CK Police)

(Photo courtesy of CK Police)

(Photo courtesy of CK Police)

(Photo courtesy of CK Police)

 

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The Chatham-Kent Police Service is looking for the public’s assistance.

Officers need help identifying the owner of a vehicle in regards to a theft investigation at Canadian Tire earlier this week.