Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers is reaching out for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects responsible for a break and enter that occurred on Thursday, August 2nd, 2018.
At about 2:20 in the afternoon an unknown male removed a screen from a ground level window of a home in the Mayfair Drive / Queen Elizabeth II Public School area of Sarnia. Once inside, the suspect stole a woman’s purse before running out the door and fleeing into the Queen Elizabeth II schoolyard. A witness describes him as being tall, darker skin tone, dark pants, green sweater and a dark backpack.
He then jumped on his bicycle, met up with another male and they both took off on separate bikes. The second guy was wearing shorts and a neon green shirt. He was on a lighter coloured bike.
This break-in happened in the middle of the afternoon and witnesses got a good look at the suspects. Somebody out there knows who these two suspects are. They’ve likely bragged about this theft to a lot of people in the last week or so. Please share or retweet this so we can get the word out and hopefully solve this crime!
If you have any information that may help to identify these thieves, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or the Sarnia Police Service directly.
The Sarnia Police Service is currently investigating a serious robbery involving violence with a metal rod and an axe. The offence took place on July 19, 2018 at a motel room in the 1600 block of London Road in Sarnia.
The 29 year old male victim was taken to Bluewater Health with life-threatening injuries. He has since been released from the hospital. The second victim, a 22 year old female was uninjured in the attack.
Two of the three suspects have been arrested and charged with numerous criminal offences including aggravated assault, robbery, and break and enter. Natasha BRENNAN – age 21 and James Allan WHITE – age 33 are in custody awaiting a bail hearing.
The third suspect, Kevin Martin SIMPSON – age 32 years of Corunna is wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant for the same violent criminal code charges. See photo below.
If you know where Kevin SIMPSON is or where he can be found, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at Tip Submit or contact the Sarnia Police Service. Do not approach SIMPSON – he should be considered dangerous!
The Sarnia Police Service is investigating a break enter and theft that occurred on July 22nd 2018 in the 300 block of Front Street North.
At around 4:22 a.m. the male suspect was seen entering the main entrance of a condominium building and walking towards the entrance to the parking garage. A short time later a 2015 Nissan Titan ProX four door dark blue pick-up truck was seen leaving the garage. This truck was reported stolen a few hours later.
The suspect is described as having a slim build wearing a grey and red Chicago Bulls hat, plain white T-shirt, black shorts, black socks and red and white sneakers. The suspect had a slight moustache and a goatee.
The suspect had been dropped off in the area by a black Audi which had been reported as stolen in London. That vehicle has since been recovered.
If you can assist with solving this crime contact Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477or submit a web-tip.
Help combat the abuse of prescription drugs in our community.
Diversion occurs in a variety of ways. Its abuse is often overlooked by the thinking that if a doctor prescribes the drug, and a pharmacist dispenses the medication, it can’t be abused. Trying to understand that the top prescription drugs of abuse are every bit as addictive, abused and valuable as illicit drugs is sometimes difficult to comprehend.
Most pharmaceuticals abused are diverted by doctor shopping, forged prescriptions and theft. To reduce the occurrence of pharmaceutical diversion by doctor shopping and prescription fraud, almost all provinces have established prescription monitoring programs that facilitate the collection, analysis, and reporting of information regarding pharmaceutical drug prescriptions.
Controlled prescription drug classes which are commonly diverted include:
• Benzodiazepines – diazepam, temazepam, clonazepam, sedatives
• Opioids – fentanyl, morphine, hydrocodone, oxycodone and codeine
• Stimulants – amphetamine, methylphenidate, and modafinil – prescribed to treat ADHD and narcolepsy
• Prescription sleep medications- including zolpidem (Ambien), Eszopiclone (Lunesta)
It’s up to all of us to take action against medicine abuse. The best place to start is within your own home by ensuring that you’re aware of the medication in your home as well as by talking with your kids and family about the dangers of medicine abuse.
On Tuesday July 10th, 2018 between the hours of 5pm and 6pm an unknown male suspect on a mountain bike, attended the area of Mayfair Drive and Lansdowne Avenue.
The suspect approached an elderly female victim in the backyard at a residence in this area and asked for a glass of water.
The victim gave the male a glass of water, and then asked to use the victim’s bathroom. The victim allowed the male into the residence.
While inside the residence, the female victim was assaulted by the male suspect. The suspect left shortly afterwards, with some personal property of the victim.
The following day, on Wednesday July 11th, between 8pm and 9pm, the same male suspect re-attended the victim’s residence and knocked on the backyard window.
The Sarnia Police were immediately notified and attended the area, however, the suspect was gone upon police arrival. The victim did not let the male into the residence and nothing was taken during this second incident.
The suspect is described as a white male, thin build, between late 20s and 40 years of age, clean shaven. He was riding an older style darker colored mountain bike.., possibly red/orange in color.
If you can help identify this suspect, please contact Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or leave an anonymous tip online. Online Web Tip
The Sarnia Police Service needs your help to identify the culprit responsible for a recent break and enter in the city’s northend.
Sometime between 6:00 pm on July 1, 2018 and 6:30 am on July 2, 2018, a suspect or suspects smashed in the front door of a residence located in the 500 block of Cathcart Boulevard. Once inside, a small black safe containing jewelry and a passport were taken. The culprit also took a jewelry box which contained more jewelry.
If you have any information that can assist in solving this crime call Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477
The Sarnia Police Service is reporting an increase in the number of break and enters to the north end of the city. Homeowners are reminded to follow some simple practices to deter these crimes from occurring. Remember to lock doors and windows when you leave your home or retire for the evening. Another favourite target is sheds and garages, so take steps to secure these structures on your property. Consider leaving lights on outside overnight to deter these criminals from targeting your property. Be vigilant and report suspicious activity to the police. If you have any information regarding these break and enters please contact Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
A1 Security Crime of the Week
Lambton County O.P.P.is investigating a break and enter that took place at an Alvinston Pharmacy. The break in occurred on Saturday around 4:30am in the 3000-block of River St. in Alvinston.
Police say the two suspects were seen in an older model pick-up truck.
The first suspect is described as 6’0″ tall, with a heavy build. He was wearing a white brush camouflage coat and pants, a dark blue ski mask and gloves. Police say he walked with a noticeable limp.
The second suspect has a smaller build. He was wearing a camouflage toque, blue coat, black pants and gloves and was carrying a red and black gym bag.
If you have any information that can solve this crime call Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or contact them online at www.sarnialambtoncrimestoppers.org
(LAMBTON, ON) – On Friday May 5th, 2017 at just after 4:30 p.m., Lambton County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) was dispatched to a residential break and enter in the 9400 block of Klondyke Road, Municipality of Lambton Shores, ON.
Lambton County OPP attended the address and upon arrival was informed by the victim that at some time between approximately 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., unknown person(s) gained entry into the home and stole approximately $10,000 in property. Of significant concern was the theft of two firearms described as a:
The West Region OPP Forensic Identification Unit was requested and did attend to assist with the investigation. Investigation is on-going.
The Lambton OPP is asking that if anyone has any information regarding the person(s) involved in this break, enter and theft or information as to the location of the stolen property, to contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 or (519) 882-1011, or their nearest police authority.
Should you wish to remain anonymous, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), where you may be eligible to receive a cash reward.
Karen Lee Ann Caughlin Homicide
Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $2,000.00 for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for the murder of 14 year old Karen Lee Ann Caughlin. Karen’s battered body was found on March 16, 1974 on a back road in Enniskillen Township, outside the Town of Petrolia.
Karen had been at Rose Gardens Roller Rink with some friends. At about midnight, she was dropped off at a girlfriend’s house on Brock Street, where she was to spend the night. This is where the trail goes cold. Karen never went inside the house. The police believe that Karen’s killer drove a metallic purple 1970-1971 Charger, Challenger, Duster, Demon or Swinger. The factory name for the paint was “Plum Crazy.”
If you have any information about this crime or any other serious crime, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. You will never have to appear in court or reveal your identity. If your information leads to an arrest, you may receive up to a $2000 cash reward. Crime Stoppers does not use call display or call trace.