Chatham-Kent man accused of climbing through drive-thru window: police

Police investigate Wallaceburg break in

A Chatham-Kent resident was charged after man climbing into a restaurant through a drive-thru window, police say.

Officers were called to a break-in at a St. Clair Street eatery about 11:30 pm Tuesday, Chathasm-Kent police said Wednesday. The intruder was confronted by staff, but kept looking for money.

A suspect was arrested at the scene, police said.

A Chatham-Kent man, 35, was charged with breaking and entering. He was released with an April 17 court date, police said.

Suspicious person call leads to arrest

A Chatham-Kent resident faces charges after police responded to a suspicious person call early Wednesday.

Police were called after a man was seen walking near a business on Seventh Line West in Raleigh Township about 3 am, Chatham-Kent police said..

Officers found a suspect walking on the Highway 401 overpass on Bloomfield Road with a scarf over his face, police said. The suspect allegedly tried to hide his identity by providing a false name.

Investigation revealed the suspect was bound by release order conditions, including a 10 pm to 6 am curfew and a ban on possessing break-in tools, police said.

Officers arrested the suspect and searched him, seizing an angle grinder, hacksaw, bolt cutter and metal cutting disks, police said.

A Chatham-Kent man, 34, was charged with obstructing police, wearing a disguise with intent, possessing break-in tools and two counts of breaching a release order, police said. He was held pending a bail hearing.