Break and Enter
St. Thomas Police are investigating after a trailer was entered at a business in the South end of the City sometime overnight of February 7th. Video surveillance shows 2 suspects entering the fenced area and prying open the locked trailer inside. Suspects left the area on foot, north into the Lake Margaret area carrying various tools. Items stolen include:
-Dewalt Impact drill
-Dewalt hammer drill
-4 pack of batteries
-a laser level
On Wednesday February 8th 2023, Officers on Community Patrol attended a residence on Wellington Street after a complaint of an unwanted person(s). It was learned that 2 people attended an apartment on Monday without invitation. Police are still investigating. ST23022111
Officers on Community Patrol attended an address on Fifth Avenue in regards to a mischief yesterday morning. As a result, a 19 year old St. Thomas man was arrested without incident after kicking in an exterior door to a family members residence. He was transported to the Colin McGregor Building for processing, charged with mischief under $5,000. He was later released with a future court date. ST23022113
On Wednesday February 8th 2023, St. Thomas Police were called to attend the Veterans Memorial Gardens on Moore Street. City staff report graffiti to the aluminum plaque. As a result, the plaque has been removed for repair.
Police are requesting the Community’s assistance to identify the individuals responsible for the damage.
Community members with information can call Police 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) ST23022115
Sometime overnight of February 7th, a citizen reported that their Ford Escape had its catalytic converter removed. The vehicle was parked in the parking lot at their apartment complex in the 400 block of Wellington Street. ST23002124
Officers on Community Patrol were called to a parking lot on White Street after an alert citizen expressed concern for a female. Upon arrival, Police located 39 year old Jena Wojsznis who was wanted for numerous criminal offences in relation to a vehicle entry from November 2022.
5 counts of Fail to Comply with Undertaking
9 counts of Fail to Comply with Release Order
1 count of Identity Fraud
5 counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000
7 counts of Use, Deals, Acts on Forged Document
3 counts of Obtaining by False Pretense
1 count of Use of Credit Card Obtained by Crime
2 counts of Enter Premises When Entry Prohibited
She was arrested without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Building for processing, later released with a future court date.
On February 8th, 2023 while on patrol in our community, St. Thomas Police Service were called in regards to a found bicycle located in the parking lot of Holy Angels Church on Talbot Street.
The bicycle is a Purple, Intrepid Razor Canyon (pictured below)
Please contact the St. Thomas Police at 519-631-1224 if this your bike.