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A Walpole teenager will have to answer to assault charges following a fight Monday morning at Wallaceburg Secondary School.

Chatham-Kent police say a 14-year-old Walpole Island girl is charged with assault.


A Mississauga man will have to answer to drug charges later this month in court following an incident Friday afternoon.

Chatham-Kent police say officers responded to a complaint of a suspicious person sitting in a vehicle in a parking lot on Thames Street in Chatham.

The officers investigated and found the man to be in possession of methamphetamine and heroin.

A 30-year-old Mississauga man is charged with drug possession.


Police scooped up five people yesterday and early this morning for various breaches and failures to comply.

Last October, a man received a probation order with several conditions, one of which was to obey a daily curfew between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m.

On Sunday night just before 10 p.m., officers conducted a compliance check and learned the man was not at the address provided to police, and he did not comply with his curfew the night before.

On Monday afternoon, officers located the man on King Street in Chatham.

A 29-year-old man of no fixed address is charged with two counts of breaching his probation order.

A second man was released from court with conditions on Aug. 14, one of which was to sign in at police headquarters every Friday.

One problem: police say he has not signed in once.

Yesterday afternoon, police spotted the man on Emma Street in Chatham.

A 23-year-old man of no fixed address is charged with failing to sign in.

Windsor police arrested a man yesterday who police say is wanted in Chatham for obstructing police, breaching a court order, theft, and failing to attend court.

The 30-year-old man was transported back to Chatham-Kent.

For another man, a compliance check last week landed him in hot water with the law.

Police say the man is bound by two separate release conditions that he is to notify police in writing within 24 hours of any change of address.

Last week, officers did the compliance check at his registered residence. Except the man wasn’t living there any longer.

An officer spotted the man walking on Duke Street in Wallaceburg last night.

A 35-year-old man of no fixed address is charged with two counts of failing to comply.

Just before 1 a.m., an officer spotted a woman riding a bike with no light on King Street East in Chatham.

The officer learned the woman had a court-imposed curfew of between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.

A 30-year-old Chatham woman is charged with failing to comply.



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