Officers arrested the 37-year-old on Marine Parade around 9 o’clock on Monday, after nearby residents noticed two men allegedly attempting to gain access to mail boxes along the street.
Police say one man gave a false identity to the officers. A search of the man revealed his drivers license stated a different name, and he was also found to be carrying a knife.
The warrants were executed and he was also charged with goods in custody and custody of knife in a public place.
Superintendent Wayne Humphrey saying “Someone who removes a monitoring device and tries to use a false identity is clearly of high risk to the community and police will take all steps to locate and arrest them.”