Arrest made during B & E
A 55-year-old Dresden man said to have forced his way into a trailer Wednesday has been charged with break and enter.
Chatham-Kent police received information just before 7 p.m. that a break and enter was occurring. Officers responded to a St. Clair Street address in Chatham and arrested the suspect.
The man was taken to police headquarters and later released with a future court date.
Man arrested on DNA warrant
A 36-year-old Whitby man wanted by CKPS on a DNA warrant has been apprehended in Durham.
Police said they received an early-morning call from Durham Regional Police that they had a man in custody who was wanted on the CK warrant.
CKPS forensic officers travelled to Durham to satisfy the warrant.
The suspect remains in the custody of Durham police.
Chatham-Kent police want to remind the public that the service has a Vulnerable Persons Registry.
The online tool allows caregivers and family members to submit vital information to police if they feel someone in their care is at risk due to a physical, medical or mental health condition.
In the event of an emergency, it allows police quick access to vital information, enabling a faster response.
The registry provides critical information such as a physical description, routines, medical or other needs and emergency contact information. Families and caregivers are also asked to submit a digital photo should their loved one go missing.
For more information visit http://ckpolice.com/vulnerable-persons-registry/