Police are investigating after a transport truck parked in the lot at 75 South Edgeware Road was damaged sometime Tuesday night. Pry marks were located on the drivers side cab door and the storage container. No entry was gained to either unit. If you have any information regarding this incident or saw anything suspicious in the area please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS Refer to Case #ST20014897
Forty one year old Lynda Hutt of London is wanted by St. Thomas Police for Theft Under $5000. Hutt is alleged to have rented landscaping equipment from a St. Thomas business using a fraudulent credit card and then failed to return the equipment.
Broken Toilet 911
Police rushed to the address of a 911 call after dispatchers could not make any voice contact but only hear loud screaming on the other end of the line. When officers arrived they located a male who was upset that his toilet wasn’t working. Officers suggested the man contact a plumber.
A forty one year old woman from Guelph was arrested in St. Thomas early Thursday morning around 1 am after she showed up outside the residence of her estranged husbands house in breach of her court ordered release conditions. Police took the woman into custody with out incident and transported her to the Colin McGregor Justice Building for processing. She was charged with two counts Breach of Release Conditions and was held for a court appearance.
Forty eight year old Christopher Jaumol of St. Thomas was arrested early Thursday morning around 1 am after he turned himself in at the Colin McGregor Justice Building. Jaumol was wanted on a warrant for Using a Forged Document x16, Theft Under $5000 x4 and Possession of Stolen Property. The warrant was issued after Jaumol was identified as the suspect recorded on bank security video allegedly making several fraudulent transactions. Jaumol was taken into custody without incident for processing and later released on an Undertaking with court date.