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Arrest Made in Stolen Vehicle

A twenty two year old St. Thomas woman was arrested yesterday afternoon around 2 pm on Talbot Street.  Officers on patrol saw the woman and recognized her as being wanted on a warrant for three counts of Theft Under $5000.  The woman was taken into custody without incident and held at the Colin McGregor Justice Building for court.
Arrest Made in Stolen Vehicle
Police have arrested fifty year old Trevor IRVINE of St. Thomas and recovered the white Dodge pickup truck stolen from an Omemee Street residence last Friday.  Police located the truck abandoned in a Ross Street parking lot yesterday.  Security video from the area recorded a male parking the truck and walking away.   The suspect in the video was later identified by police as Irvine.  Officers took Irvine into custody last night around 6 pm without incident at the Colin McGregor Justice Building where he was held for court. Irvine is charged one count Obstruct Police after providing a false name and one count Possession of Stolen Property Over $5000.
A twenty nine year old St. Thomas man is wanted by the St. Thomas Police Service after officers conducted a compliance check at his house last night.  Police attended the address he was released to and discovered he did not live there and never had.  Since the man is currently at large in the community on two separate release orders both with conditions to register his address he is now charged accordingly with two counts Breach of Release Conditions.
Stolen Bike
Police are investigating after a red and black CCM Static mountain bike was stolen from the back yard of a Montgomery St. home sometime over the last two weeks.  Thieves would have entered the fenced back yard through a gate. If you have any information about this theft or know the whereabouts of the stolen bike please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS  Refer to Case #ST19014288
Thirty two year old Charles CRAFTS of St. Thomas was arrested last night around 10:30 pm on Talbot Street.  Crafts was wanted by St. Thomas Police after he was identified as the male in security video recorded stealing a bike that had been left leaning up against the window of the food bank on Talbot Street earlier this week.  Crafts was taken into custody without incident and held at the Colin McGregor Justice Building for court.  He is charged one count Theft Under $5000 and one count Breach of Release Conditions.
Recovered Bike
Police have located a red Nakamura mountain bike 21 speed that has been repainted black.  Please give us a call if it is yours!
The bike has a serial number however we are unable to match it up with an owner because it was never registered.  PLEASE register your bikes today on our free “Garage529” online bike registry at

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