The Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 129 calls for service in the last 24 hours. 5 people were arrested.
Serious Collision in Harwich Township CK22051077
On Sunday morning, around 7:00 a.m. police responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Fairview Line.
Preliminary investigation has revealed that the man was travelling eastbound on Fairview Line where he failed to stop at the posted stop sign.
The driver a 31-year-old Chatham man was transported to the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance with minor injuries.
Passengers a 38-year-old Chatham man was transferred to London via Ornge Air Ambulance with serious injuries.
A 32-year-old Chatham man was transferred with minor injuries to Chatham-Kent Health Alliance.
A 30-year-old Chatham man was transferred with minor injuries to Chatham-Kent Health Alliance.
A 41-year-old Chatham man was transferred to Windsor via Ornge Air Ambulance with serious injuries.
A 22-year-old Chatham man was transferred to Chatham-Kent Health Alliance with minor injuries.
A 32-year-old- Chatham man was transferred to London via Ornge Air Ambulance with serious injuries.
A 20-year-old Chatham man was transferred to London via Ornge Air Ambulance with serious injuries.
Total damage was estimated at $30,000.
The Traffic Unit has taken over the investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Josh Flikweert at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-355-1092.
Impaired/Fail to comply with breath demand arrest Thirteenth Line Raleigh Township CK22051073
The Chatham-Kent Police were contacted about a single motor vehicle accident on Thirteenth Line in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. The driver was found with his head down behind the steering wheel. The man was placed under arrest for impaired operation and transported to Chatham Headquarters where he did not provide a proper breath sample. Kenneth GAUTHIER of Tilbury was charged with operation while impaired and fail/refuse to comply with breath demand. He was released with a future court date of November 14/2022
The Chatham-Kent police would like to remind all drivers to be extra careful while travelling this evening as there will be lots of little ghosts and goblins trick-or-treating. Although we encourage children to trick-or-treat with a responsible adult, this is an exciting night and sometimes children are not as careful as they should be.
Trick or Treating Safety Tips
The Chatham-Kent Police Service would like to offer the following safety tips to ensure a fun and safe night:
• trick or treat on well-lit streets and always walk on the sidewalk
• cross at marked intersections and look both ways before crossing to ensure that all vehicles are
obeying the traffic signals
• children should always go trick or treating with a responsible adult
• make sure that your children wear costumes that are bright, reflective and short enough to
• have children carry flashlights(with new batteries) or glow sticks
• consider using make-up or face paint instead of a mask for better visibility
• ensure children are walking from house to house and not running
• trick or treat at homes where you know the owners
• carry a cell phone and report suspicious activity to police immediately
• parents should sort and check all treats before they are eaten
With the increase in pedestrian traffic tonight, motorists are encouraged to reduce their speed, refrain from drinking and driving and put their phones down. Let’s ensure our kids have a safe and howling good time.