Skip to main content

Traffic stop leads to multiple charges for Dresden man

A Chatham-Kent Police Service vehicle is pictured in this undated photo. (Chatham-Kent Police Service/Facebook) A Chatham-Kent Police Service vehicle is pictured in this undated photo. (Chatham-Kent Police Service/Facebook)
Share

A routine traffic stop has led to several charges for a Dresedn man.

On Victoria Street in Wallaceburg, Chatham-Kent police pulled over a vehicle just before 9 p.m. on Sunday.

The officer figured out that a passenger in the vehicle was bound by several release orders and prohibition orders with conditions.

According to police, the conditions prohibited him from possessing any weapons/ammunition, drugs and/or paraphernalia, and to be outside his residence without his surety. He also was to reside at a specific address.

Police said the man was not with his surety and was arrested.

After a search, the man was found to have ammunition scales and was not living at the address listed no his release papers.

The 32-year-old man was charged with possession of a ammunition contrary to a prohibition order, and four counts of failing to comply with a release order.

He was taken to police headquarters and held pending a bail hearing. 

CTVNews.ca Top Stories

Mussolini's wartime bunker opens to the public in Rome

After its last closure in 2021, it has now reopened for guided tours of the air raid shelter and the bunker. The complex now includes a multimedia exhibition about Rome during World War II, air raid systems for civilians, and the series of 51 Allied bombings that pummeled the city between July 1943 and May 1944.

WATCH

WATCH Half of Canadians living paycheque-to-paycheque: Equifax

As Canadians deal with a crushing housing shortage, high rental prices and inflationary price pressures, now Equifax Canada is warning that Canadian consumers are increasingly under stress"from the surging cost of living.

Stay Connected