Nothing Went According To Plan

By Renee Cowell

(CHATHAM-KENT, ON) – The Chatham-Kent Police have arrested two men in connection with a mischief complaint in Chatham.

On June 16, the men entered an apartment building on Thames Street and used bolt cutters to cut through a lock on a washing machine. The men attempted to remove the change from the coin box however were unable to access the money.

Upon noticing the video surveillance equipment in the laundry room, one of the men attempted to remove it however, again, his efforts were unsuccessful.

Through investigation, police identified the men responsible for the $30 damage to the washing machine lock.

On June 18, Clinton Willder, 19 years of Park Street in Chatham, was taken into custody and charged with mischief under $5,000. He was released with conditions pending a future court date of July 10.

Around 7:30 pm last night, Liam Montgomery, 19 years of Warwick Drive in Chatham, attended police headquarters and turned himself in. He was charged with mischief under $5,000 and released with conditions pending a future court date, also on July 10.

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