September 12, 2022 Daily News Release – Chatham-Kent Police Service

Chatham-Kent Police Service Headquarters
The Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 175 calls for service in the last 24 hours and 8 people were arrested.
Man charged with fail to report a collision – CK22043028
On September 11th shortly after 8:00am Police responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Cedar Hedge Line. When Police arrived the vehicle was located unoccupied. Through investigation Police located the driver hiding in a nearby corn field. The driver, a 40 year old Windsor man was charged with failing to report a collision and careless driving.
Man arrested for breaching release order – CK2204315
Yesterday evening, shortly before 11:00pm Police responded to a disturbance at a residence on Bruce St in Wallaceburg. While Police were investigating, a 43 year old Wallaceburg man who is on house arrest jumped out of a window to the residence, breaching his house arrest. After a short foot pursuit the Wallceburg man was arrested, transported to Chatham-Kent Police Headquarters and held for bail.
Break and Enter Scane Road – CK22043174
This morning, shortly before 2:00am Police responded to a break and enter at a home under construction on Scane Road. When Police arrived the suspect fled in a vehicle, striking a Police cruiser. Stolen from the residence was a Stihl chainsaw and an estimated 500 liters of gasoline. Police would like to remind the public if you have any information regarding this incident or any other incident, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). You can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward
Protect yourself and your loved ones from becoming a victim of crime
Criminals look for easy opportunities. This ‘9pm Routine’ may help prevent crimes of opportunity.
Every night at 9 p.m. homeowners are encouraged to ensure the following checklist is complete:
– Remove valuables and garage door opener from vehicles
– Lock vehicles
– Close overhead garage door
– Lock door between garage and house
– Close and lock all external doors
– Ensure windows are closed and locked
– Turn on an exterior light
Start the 9pm Routine with your family. Together, we can help reduce crime in your neighborhood.
Security Camera Registry
The Security Camera Registry is a community based crime prevention opportunity and investigative resource that enlists the help of Chatham-Kent residents.
This registry enables community members to voluntarily identify their residential video surveillance location through a simple, secure, confidential, online form located on the Chatham-Kent Police Service website. Identified addresses will be mapped on a database of surveillance camera locations for officers to quickly and effectively direct resources when investigating criminal offences in your neighborhood. Your participation in this innovative program can deter and prevent crime, and save lives.
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