Pair face murder charges in woman’s death: Chatham-Kent police

Two men have each been charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of a woman, Chatham-Kent police say.

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An investigation into the unidentified woman’s death began Tuesday, police said in a release Thursday.

Two Chatham men, aged 44 and 59, were arrested about 3:40 pm Tuesday and charged with first-degree murder, police said. Court documents show the two accused are David Ambrose Lozon, 59, and Jeffrey James Davis, 44.

However, the victim is listed in court documents as “Jane Doe.”

Both men appeared in court Wednesday and were remanded into custody with a court date on June 19. There is a publication ban on any evidence heard as the matter moves through the court prior to a trial taking place.

“This is considered an isolated incident and no threat to public safety,” police said.

Police are saying little about the probe, citing the ongoing investigation.

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Anyone with information should contact Sgt. Cole Abbott at 519-436-6600, ext. 80262, gold [email protected]or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Woman bitten in argument, woman charged

A woman has been charged after a woman was bitten during an argument, Chatham-Kent police say.

A woman went to a residence on Campbell Street in Chatham on Wednesday about 3 pm to retrieve property and argued with another woman, police said. One woman struck and bit the other, causing a minor injury.

A Blenheim woman, 20, is charged with assault, police said. She was released with conditions and a July 8 short date.

Pair arrested after suspicious activity call

Two people wanted on warrants were arrested after a suspicious activity call near Ridgetown Wednesday night, Chatham-Kent police say.

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A man and woman were seen arriving about 9:15 pm at a Scane Road residence in a vehicle, later confirmed to be stolen, police said.

Armed with a description of the vehicle and its occupants, officers located a man and woman, police said.

The man gave a false name, police said, but investigation revealed the pair were wanted on outstanding warrants by other police services.

A Leamington man, 26, is charged with obstructing police, failing to comply with a release order and possessing stolen property worth more than $5,000, police said.

A Chatham-Kent woman, 43, is charged with possessing stolen property valued at more than $5,000, police said.

Both were released to OPP with conditions and a July 15 court date, police said.

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Driver flees crash, man charged

A man faces impaired charges after a driver drove into a ditch and fled into another vehicle, Chatham-Kent police say.

A witness saw a car being driven erratically on Highway 401, exit the highway and leave the road at Queens Line and Merlin Road on Wednesday at 6:30 pm, police said.

The driver left the scene in another vehicle, said police, who located the second vehicle and arrested a suspect.

A Chatham man, 28, is charged with impaired driving and driving with blood alcohol over the legal limit, police said. He received a 90-day license suspension and was released with conditions and a June 17 court date.

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