Three St. Thomas parents have been arrested after Detectives from the St. Thomas Police Service Criminal Investigations Unit completed a joint investigation with Family and Children’s Services. The adults were all living in the same home with three children who were victim to being struck with a belt and broom on numerous occasions. A thirty six year old father, thirty five year old mother and twenty eight year old single mother living with the couple turned themselves in at the Colin McGregor Justice Building on Friday November 15th. The three were taken into custody without incident and charged with Assault. They were later released on a Promise to Appear in court.
A fifty five year old St. Thomas man was arrested Friday morning around 9:30 am at the Colin McGregor Justice Building after he turned himself in. The man was wanted by police after Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Unit completed a historical sexual abuse investigation that occurred approximately twenty years ago. The victim alleges being abused over several years as a child. As a result the man was charged one count Sexual Assault, one count Sexual Interference and one count Invitation to Sexual Touching. He was later released on a Promise to Appear in court.
Break and Enter
Police are investigating after a break and enter to a detached garage on Chestnut Street near First Avenue sometime Saturday night. Thieves stole a black and green mountain bike and torque wrench from the garage. If you have any information about this theft or know the whereabouts of the stolen property please call us at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS Refer to Case #ST19017673
Break and Enter
Police are investigating after a break and enter to a detached garage on Parkside Drive sometime overnight Saturday. Thieves stole a new rechargeable power drill kit along with the bag and two batteries. If you have any information about this theft or know the whereabouts of the stolen property please call STPS at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS Refer to Case #ST19017671
A forty three year old Aylmer man wanted on a warrant by St. Thomas Police was arrested Sunday afternoon around 3:30 pm in Aylmer by Aylmer Police. Officers were dealing with the man on an unrelated matter when they discovered the warrant. He was taken into custody without incident transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building for processing and later released on a Promise to Appear in court. The warrant was issued after the male was identified as the suspect recorded on security video cashing several stolen cheques adding up to just under four thousand dollars. He is facing several fraud related charges including Possession of Stolen Property, Uttering a Forged Document, Fraud Under $5000 and Breach of Release Conditions.
Thirty year old Joshua Marcotte of St. Thomas was arrested Sunday night around 10:30 pm on Talbot Street. Officers had attended Marcotte’s residence to conduct a curfew compliance check and discovered he was not at home. Police located him a short time later on Talbot Street. He was taken into custody without incident, transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building where he was charged one count Breach of Release Conditions and later released on a Promise to Appear in Court.