Kingston Chick Rampages Ex’es New GF & Dad – KPS Police Blotter for MAY 10, 2018


Police Bulletin

Calls for Service

Kingston Police had 147 calls for service during the 24 hour period starting from 5:00 a.m. on May 9, 2018. Of these, 92 calls occurred in the city central area, 34 in the west end, 9 in the east end, and 3 north of Highway 401. Some of these included:

  • 3 domestic calls
  • 2 assault calls
  • 7 harassment calls
  • 6 fight/disturbance calls
  • 6 undesirable calls
  • 2 alarm calls
  • 5 noise complaints
  • 2 missing person calls
  • 2 Mental Health Act calls
  • 4 medical assist calls
  • 17 assist citizen calls
  • 3 break and enter calls
  • 8 theft calls
  • 2 shoplifting calls
  • 5 mischief calls
  • 4 fraud calls
  • 7 motor vehicle collisions
  • 1 impaired driving call
  • 1 parking/vehicle complaint
  • 8 driving complaints
  • 1 traffic concern
  • 12 suspicious activity calls

There were 9 individuals arrested within the last 24 hours including 6 men and 3 women, between 17 and 59 years of age. Of those arrested, 6 were charged with breaching their release conditions which included 1 count of breach probation and 10 counts of breach recognizance.

Additional charges included assault with a weapon, two counts of mischief, utter threats, and fail to attend court. One person was arrested on a warrant.

Residents are encouraged to view the Kingston Police Crime Mapping Tool that can be accessed through the website here. To further community awareness and improve accessibility to calls-for-police-service occurring in the community, Kingston Police has merged Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology with police calls-for-service data for user-friendly public consumption.

Woman Attacks Ex’s New Girlfriend with Baseball Bat

Release Date: May 10, 2018


A 31-year-old local woman has been arrested after attacking her ex’s new girlfriend with a baseball bat.

On May 9, 2018 at approximately 9:30 p.m. the victim drove to a mid-town residence to meet her boyfriend. As she parked in front of the address an unknown vehicle pulled up in front of her and the accused exited with a baseball bat. The accused swung the bat at the victim’s driver side window, smashing through it and striking the victim in the elbow. The accused then left and police were called. Officers learned the accused had also smashed out windows in a truck belonging to the ex’s father earlier in the day.

At approximately 10:00 p.m. a patrol officer located the accused exiting a vehicle on Sutherland Drive. The accused was belligerent, but arrested without incident. She was transported to police headquarters and held to attend a bail hearing the following day.

The accused was charged with assault with a weapon, and two counts of mischief.

Province-wide Campaign Yields Unwanted Weapons and Ammunition

Release Date: May 10, 2018

Kingston Police in partnership with the Ontario Provincial police and other municipal law enforcement agencies have received and rendered safe hundreds of weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition during a month-long Gun Amnesty.

In April 2018, Kingston Police recovered 82 firearms including 16 handguns, 27 shotguns, and 39 rifles. In total 2192 firearms were voluntarily surrendered to the OPP and all Ontario police services that participated in the month-long initiative.

A majority of firearms that have been surrendered to police will be destroyed, but a number of guns will be retained for historical, educational or training purposes. Although the gun amnesty has officially ended, police will continue to accept submissions from the public. Interested gun owners who reside in Kingston may call Kingston Police at 613-549-4660, for those in other jurisdiction’s please call the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or your local police service’s non-emergency lines to arrange for officers to attend and safely retrieve the weapons.

Police continue to encourage members of the public to turn in unwanted weapons despite the conclusion of this initiative. Police retain the ability to exercise discretion (amnesty) regarding weapons related charges at all times, not just during this month long event. The public is reminded that no one should ever deliver guns, ammunition or military ordinance directly to police facilities.

For more information on the Canadian Firearms Program visit the RCMP’s national website at There you will find some general safety information, as well as information on Inherited Firearms.


Details regarding incidents disclosed in Kingston Police (KP) media releases, and posted to KP website and KP social media sites, present a basic outline of an event and the actions that led to arrest and/or charges. Complete details of an incident including all evidence, officer statements, witness statements and accused information may be withheld from any release, but will be disclosed to the courts.

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