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St. Thomas Police Service
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Theft

November 8th, 2018 - St. Thomas Police are investigating the theft of bicycle from an Inkerman Street residence. The bike was locked up outside the building Tuesday and left overnight. Wednesday morning the owner went outside to discover it missing. The bike is described as a Green and White Norco Mountaineer. If you have any information about this theft or know the whereabouts of the stolen bike please call us at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS www.stthomascrimestoppers.ca Refer to Case #ST18016279

Arrest

A twenty seven year old St. Thomas man wanted on a warrant was arrested yesterday afternoon. Officers saw the man walking on St. Catharines Street around 4 pm and recognized him as being wanted. The man tried to flee the area as soon as he noticed the police cruiser and took off running westbound. The man was arrested on Hiawatha Street after a short foot chase. The man was held in custody at the Colin McGregor Justice Building for a court appearance to answer to the original charge of Theft and Fail to Attend Court.

Arrest

A thirty three year old St. Thomas woman wanted on a warrant was arrested on Talbot Street yesterday. Officers observed the woman near Talbot and Mondamin Streets around 1 pm. The woman was taken into custody after a brief scuffle. As a result she is now additionally charged with one count Resist Arrest, one count Breach of Conditions and one count of Drug Possession. Two syringes loaded with illicit drugs were located on the woman during a search. She was held in custody for a court appearance to answer to her original charges of Breach of Conditions and Failing to Attend Court.

Collison

Police had the intersection of Ron McNeil and Higbury Avenue closed down early this morning while they investigated a fiery collision. The incident took place just after midnight when a northbound truck made a sudden left turn into the Tim Horton’s parking lot into the path of a southbound car. The car slammed into the passenger side of the truck. The truck caught fire shortly after the impact and soon both vehicles were engulfed in flames. Two adults from the truck and two adults and an infant from the car were transported to Hospital in London by ambulance. Miraculously only minor injuries were reported to police. The collision remains under investigation at this time.

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