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Media Release Wednesday February 8, 2023

Warrants executed on 30 year old London Woman

30 year old Miranda Lewanick has been arrested on the strength of St. Thomas warrants.  Lewanick has been wanted since January 15th following numerous offences.  Her current warrants include 15 counts of Failing to Comply with conditions of her release, 10 Highway Traffic Act offences, Dangerous Operation of a motor vehicle, Obstruction of justice and Theft Under $5000.  She is currently being held at the Elgin Middlesex Detention Center where she awaits a court date to answer to these charges.

A 25 year old St. Thomas woman wanted by the St. Thomas Police Service has been arrested in London.  London Police contacted the St. Thomas Police on Tuesday morning advising of the woman’s arrest.  St. Thomas police officers attended and released her with a future court date.

A 33 year old male of No Fixed Address was arrested Tuesday while being held at the Elgin Middlesex Detention Center.   The 33 year old was wanted by the St. Thomas Police Service for 3 counts of Failing to comply with condition of his release order.  The male was provided with a future court date and will remain in custody at the Elgin Middlesex Detention Center.

20 year old Matthew Peters of No Fixed Address, was arrested late Tuesday afternoon by officers  on Community Patrol.  Peters has been held pending a court appearance.

34 year old Brooks Ferris was arrested Tuesday evening as the result of a Mischief investigation.  Ferris was released with a future court date.

32 year old Cody Ferris was arrested Tuesday evening as well, by members of the Community Patrol.  Ferris was wanted on the strength of 4 warrants.  He was released from custody with a future court date.

A 40 year old Southwold man has been arrested by the St. Thomas Police while making a scheduled court appearance.  The man was wanted by the Middlesex County OPP on separate matters.  The man was turned over to the OPP for processing.

The St. Thomas Police have charged a 34  year old St. Thomas man with uttering threats following an investigation Tuesday night.  The allegation comes after police responded to the male being out of control at a residence.  Officers arrested the male and later released him to a new address with a future court date.

St. Thomas Police are investigating a fraud, after being contacted by a St. Thomas man on Tuesday.  The male reported falling victim to what he believed to be a scam involving virus protection on his home computer.  The man provided banking information and now is out approximately $6000. The matter remains under investigation. Police are reminding the public to remain diligent when providing any banking information to unknown emails and/or websites.

A resident in the city’s north end contacted police after what they believed to be a suspicious fire set to their shed.  On February 5, St. Thomas Fire Department attended  the address to reports of a fire to a shed in the back yard.  Originally it did not appear suspicious, however after video review and some investigation,  there may be a suspect involved.  This matter is now under investigation by members of the St. Thomas Police.



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