Food bank B&E, how low can you go?


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Food bank B&E, how low can you go?

Post #1 by JohnW » Tue Aug 11, 2015 2:40 pm

More than 50 charges laid following multiple Break & Enters at local food bank



Four individuals now face a combined 54 charges following multiple break & enters at the St. Vincent

De Porres Timmins Food Bank.



The charges come following multiple break and enters, which occurred between May 24, 2015 and

August 10, 2015. During the early morning hours of August 10, 2015, a break and enter took place

at the St. Vincent De Porres Timmins Food Bank. Access was gained to the building, and

miscellaneous food items and jewelry were taken.



At approximately 3:25 a.m., police located three suspects and they were placed under arrest. The

fourth suspect was located August 11 and subsequently arrested and charged.



As a result of the multiple break and enters, and following an investigation, a 17 year-old young

offender was charged with Breach of Probation (x32), Break & Enter (X7) and Possession of

Property obtained by Crime under $5000. A 16 year-old young offender was also charged with

Break and Enter (x4) and Possession of Property obtained by Crime under $5000 (x2). Additionally,

a 17 year-old young offender was charged with one count of break and enter.



Pursuant to the Youth Criminal Justice Act, the names of young offenders under the age of 18

cannot be published.



Also charged is Brady WARNE, 18, of Timmins. He faces charges of Break and Enter (x6), and

Possession of Property obtained by Crime.



Two young offenders, along with WARNE, were held for a bail hearing scheduled for August 11,

while the third young offender will be released on a promise to appear in court.

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