Threats made, woman charged
Police say a local woman faces charges for saying she would kill someone.
At 1:15 p.m. Thursday, police responded to Murray Street in Chatham for the threat investigation.
The officer discovered the woman was yelling at another person and told them she would kill them. The woman left before police arrived, but was located walking on Murray Street a short distance away.
A 47-year-old Chatham-Kent woman is charged with uttering threats.
Violations, breaches and more
A local man faces charges for failing to comply with a probation order.
On Wednesday evening, police responded to a Fifth Street home in Chatham for a threat investigation.
Police learned a man entered the building and began threatening tenants. The man was not a resident of the building, and he left before police arrived, but was identified by tenants.
Officers confirmed the man was bound by a probation order with a condition prohibiting him from attending that address.
On Thursday, shortly after 12 p.m., police spotted the man back at the Fifth Street address and arrested him.
A 27-year-old Chatham-Kent man has been charged with failing to comply with a probation order.
Police scooped up a Florence man Thursday in Wallaceburg, saying he was wanted for failing to comply to numerous court conditions.
Shortly before noon, officers responded to Thomas Avenue in Wallaceburg for a disturbance.
Police learned the man involved in the disturbance was bound by a probation order and two release orders with conditions. The conditions prohibited him from being at any place known to the woman at that address and being in Chatham-Kent unless for specific reasons.
The man left before police arrived, but was found walking on Lawrence Avenue a short distance away.
Officers also confirmed there were several warrants related to other bail violations.
A 30-year-old Florence man is charged with failing to comply with a probation order and two counts of failing to comply with a release order. He was transported to police headquarters and held pending a bail hearing.
When you’re wearing an ankle bracelet, police tend to know where you are at all times.
So, if you wind up where you aren’t supposed to be when you aren’t supposed to be, there will be repercussions.
The courts released a man with conditions prohibiting him from leaving his home between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. and required him to wear a GPS ankle monitor.
On Thursday, 30 minutes after curfew, police say the monitor showed the man in Blenheim, not at his home. The monitoring company alerted the police of the bail violation.
Police went to the man’s home five hours later and arrested him.
A 39-year-old Chatham Township man is charged with failing to comply with a release order. He was transported to police headquarters and held pending a bail hearing.