Port Hope Police Report

Port Hope Police responded to 89 calls for Service from July 11th, 2017 to July 18th, 2017.

Woman charged with impaired care and control

On Thursday July 13th, 2017 Police were dispatched to the Maitland Street in the Municipality of Port Hope for a report of an impaired female driver. Police located the female as she attempted to flee on foot. As a result, 25 year old Kaitlind Chelsey Smith was arrested, charged with care and control of a motor vehicle while impaired, and will appearing in court to answer to the charge on July 26th, 2017.

Mischiefs to vehicles

A number of mischiefs to vehicles have been reported to Police. On the 15th of July a John St. resident reported her vehicle dented either by someone kicking it or some other transfer.  Two other reports of mischief to vehicles were taken by Police on the 17th of July occurring on Caroline Street and Shuter St. The Shuter St resident reported his vehicle scratched while the Caroline St resident’s vehicle was egged.  Anyone with information is asked to call Port Hope Police or Crime Stoppers.

Man arrested on outstanding warrants

A 29 year old Cobourg man was arrested on outstanding warrants held by Port Hope Police. On the 15th of July the man was arrested by Cobourg Police for the outstanding warrants.  Curtis Stoneman is charged with 2 counts of theft under $5000. The charges stem from reported thefts from a local gas station and the Giant Tiger Store on Peter Street allegedly occurring in June 2017. He appears in court in August.

 Man charged with fraud.

A 49 year old Port Hope man is charged with fraud related offences.  On the 10 of July 2017 Port Hope Police took a report for a theft of a wallet from an unlocked vehicle on Ridout St. The complainant of the theft also reported his debit card had been used after the theft at the Beer Store and another store in Cobourg.  After an investigation was commenced Port Hope Police have charged Gregory Shawn Hatherly with 2 counts of fraudulent use of a debit/credit card. He appears in Court later in August.