Media Release – Saturday August 14, 2021

On August 13, 2021 29 year old Katelyn Howe was arrested an outstanding warrant.  Howe was transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building where she appeared before the Ontario Court of Justice.  Howe was subsequently released from custody with a future court date.

On August 13, 2021 officers on foot patrol in the downtown core located 41 year old Adam Herr who was wanted on an outstanding warrant.  Herr was ultimately arrested and transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building where he was released on an appearance notice in relation to his outstanding warrant and an additional charge of resisting arrest.

On August 13, 2021 a vehicle entry was reported to the St. Thomas Police Service that had occurred the day prior in the parking lot of a Talbot Street business.  2 pairs of sunglasses and loose change were stolen.  St. Thomas Police remind everyone to lock their vehicle and kept valuables out of sight.

On August 13, 2021 between 5:00 and 6:00 pm; a bike seat was stolen off a locked bike at the local Walmart.  Anyone who may have witnessed the theft is asked to contact Police at (519)631-1330.

On August 13, 2021 a fraud was reported by a complainant who had hired a company to complete a project.  A $5000 deposit was paid to the suspect who never attended the complainant’s residence to complete the work.  The incident is currently under investigation.

On August 13, 2021 a domestic disturbance was reported at a St. Thomas residence.  When officers arrived a male was found to have sustained minor injuries and a window had been broken.  As a result; a 35 year old female is currently wanted for assault, assault with a weapons and mischief.

On August 13, 2021 a 59 year old St. Thomas woman was charged with uttering threats after a heated neighbour dispute in the south end of the City.  The female was arrested without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building where she was placed on a release order to not contact or communicate with the victim.

Sometime during the evening of August 13, 2021 a vehicle was entered at a Moore Street residence.  A wallet and sunglasses were stolen.  The vehicle was unintentionally left unlocked.  Again; residents are reminded to ensure their vehicles are locked and valuables are removed.

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