Parking dispute leads to arrest
An argument between neighbours led to a man being charged with uttering threats to kill.
On Saturday, Chatham-Kent police were called to a Chatham address as the resident's neighbour had become angry about a parking issue.
"The 53-year-old was irate and began yelling profanities at the victim and making demands a vehicle be moved," police said.
Police added that by the end of the dispute, the man had threatened to run over the victim's children if he found them playing in the street.
The suspect was arrested and has since been released with bail conditions and a future court date.
Multiple arrests made on outstanding warrants
Chatham-Kent police dispatch received a pocket dial at approximately 6 a.m. on Saturday.
Through investigation, it was discovered that the owner of the phone was wanted on an outstanding warrant.
Police went to the 39-year-old's residence and confirmed there was no emergency before arresting him.
He was released with a future court date.
An 18-year-old was arrested by way of two warrants by a police officer on general patrol.
Police said that the officer located the woman at 8 a.m. on Saturday in Chatham.
Police found that she had two outstanding warrants against her related to multiple criminal investigations.
The woman was held in custody pending a bail hearing.