Police briefs: Ten arrests in 24 hours

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The Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 183  calls for service from Friday to Saturday morning.     Ten people were arrested.

Assault with dangerous weapons: On  St. Clair Street, Chatham, police were called to a family dispute.  A male was located and found to be under the influence of alcohol and cannabis.  An investigation found the male had assaulted two parties and threatened them with a knife.  The man was arrested and transported to Chatham-Kent police headquarters  and will be released with a future court date with conditions.

Assault investigation:  A male turned himself in for an outstanding aggravated assault investigation.   He was interviewed by the Criminal Investigation Division and released with a future court date.

Drug Offences:  A well-being check was being done on a male on Queen St., Chatham.    When located, the male was found to be in possession of a quantity of suspected methamphetamine.  He was arrested and released with a future court date.

Damage to municipal vehicle: A female on King St. West gained access to a municipal vehicle and damaged dashboard, seats and radio. She was subsequently arrested and released with a July court date.

Outstanding warrant: A male was arrested on an outstanding bench warrant on conditions not to possesses any weapons.  During arrest he was found to be in possession of large knife.  He was released on outstanding warrant and will face new charges with a future court date.

Mischief to Union Gas boxes:  A female released on mischief charges earlier in the day was found damaging union gas boxes.  She was placed under arrest and transported to Chatham-Kent headquarters and held for a bail hearing.

Outstanding warrants:  Grand Ave East, Chatham. A female was arrested on an outstanding warrant for failing to comply with a release.  She was transported to Chatham-Kent police headquarters and released with a future court date.

Break and enter with intent: In Chatham,  police responded to a complaint of a B&E in progress and located a male  in the basement of a  vacant address on Raleigh St.  The male was arrested without incident for B&E with intent and breach of undertaking for his curfew.  He was transported to Chatham-Kent police headquarters and held for a bail hearing.

Disturbance : In Chatham, police were called to a disturbance at an address on Houston St.   An intoxicated male was located and arrested for unlawful entry into a dwelling and mischief under $5,000.  He was then transported to Chatham-Kent police quarters where he is being held for bail.

Possession under $5000:  A suspicious person complaint was received, on London Road, Thamesville.  Police located a male and subsequent investigation found that he was in possession of a set of stolen licence plates that were reported stolen earlier in the day from a break and enter.  The male was released for one count of possession under $5000.   The break and enter is still under investigation.

Trespassing:  On St. Clair St., Chatham, parties entered a vacant apartment to seek shelter. There were no damages and nothing was taken.  The parties escorted out and trespassed from the property

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