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News Releases

Kingston Police Will Be Operating Numerous #HolidayRIDE Programs

RIDE programs will include RIDE spot checks as well as RIDE mobile checks.

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Three Men and One Woman Arrested in Relation to Domestic Incidents

Over the weekend of November 16-18, 2018, Kingston Police responded to thirteen domestic incidents and three men and one woman have been arrested and charged as a result.


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Woman Jumps on Moving Car, Charged with Possession of Various Drugs

The accused jumped on the hood of the vehicle and when the male hit the brakes, the accused rolled off.

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Calls for Service from November 16-18, 2018

Kingston Police had 371 calls for service over the weekend of November 16-18, 2018.

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Wanted Man Facing Multiple Charges Thanks to Observant Citizens

The accused was arrested on the strength of the warrants and it was also determined the accused had taken a vehicle without consent from his family home.

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Calls for Service from November 15, 2018

Kingston Police had 145 calls for service during the 24 hour period starting from 5:00 a.m. on November 15, 2018.  

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Help Combat Bike Theft, Register Your Bicycle on Kingston Police Bike Watch

Bike Watch is an online bicycle registration program created by Kingston Police in an effort to safeguard the bicycles owned by all Kingston residents.

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Man Wanted on 4 Warrants Arrested, Facing Multiple Charges

A man charged in March 2018 with possession of a stolen vehicle has been arrested on four warrants after he failed to attend his court date, damaged property and assaulted two people including his mother.

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Violent Shoplifter Facing Multiple Charges

As he attempted to leave the store, a mall security officer intervened and the accused punched him in the face.

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Nursing Home Employee Charged after Stealing Residents Wedding Rings

The accused had sold the shop eight rings for which she had purported to be the rightful owner.

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