Media for January 24th

WARRANT

A 42 year old woman attended the Colin McGregor Building yesterday morning to turn herself in to Police.  St. Thomas Police held a warrant for her for Assault with a Weapon from an occurrence on January 19th at a Princess Avenue residence.  She was arrested without incident and was later released with a future court date.

Yesterday the OPP arrested a 24 year old woman who was wanted on a Bench Warrant that St. Thomas Police held from an impaired case from September 2022.  The female was arrested without incident and was later released with a future court date.

RECOVERED STOLEN VEHICLE

A vehicle that was stolen from St. Thomas overnight of January 8th was recovered yesterday morning by the London Police Service.  The 2006 GMC Sierra pick up truck was stolen from a Riverbank Drive laneway.  The vehicle was located in the Byron area and had suffered some moderate damage.  ST23001223

VEHICLE ENTRY

A unlocked vehicle was entered sometime overnight of January 21st at the plaza on Fifth Avenue.  Stolen was a Dell Laptop.  ST23001235.

ASSAULT

Officers on Community Patrol attended a high school yesterday after it was reported there was an assault that occurred on Friday.  The victim received minor injuries.  Police are still investigating.  ST23001219

FRAUD

Officers on Community Patrol attended a residence in the city after the citizen reported that they had fallen victim to a scam in relation to Bitcoin.  The victim was communicating with the fraudsters over a 6 month period.  They have lost $12,000.  Police are investigating.  ST23001224

A St. Thomas citizen attended the Police Station yesterday to report that their credit card had been used fraudulently.  The card was used to book an Airbnb in October 2022 in the amount of $975.  Police are investigating.  ST23001240

 

 

 

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