The Timmins Police Service has charged three local persons with Break and Enter related offences stemming from an incident that occurred during the early morning hours of Thursday, May 25th, at a local professional services office in Timmins.
The Timmins Police Service responded to a call for service where three suspects had gained entry in to a shed containing business supplies, located at the rear of the property.
The proprietor of the business was alerted to the break-in based on CCTV footage of the event taking place.
Timmins Police officers arrived on scene while the break-in was still in progress and arrested three suspects without incident.
One of the suspects was wearing a disguise during the commission of the offence.
One of the other suspects was found to be in possession of a make shift weapon.
All of the suspects were found to be in possession of break and enter instruments.
As a result of the incident, Hudson METATAWABIN, 25, Garrett RICKARD, 28, and James WILLIAMS, 26, each all of no fixed address in Timmins, are charged respectively with:
– Break and Enter with Intent contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
– Possession of Property Obtained by Crime contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
– Possession of Break and Enter Instruments contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
– Trespass at Night contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
WILLIAMS is further charged with two counts of Use Disguise with Criminal Intent contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
METATAWABIN is further charged with:
- Fail to Comply with Release Order contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
- Possess Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
Each charged person remains in police custody awaiting bail hearings slated for today at the Ontario Court of Justice in Timmins to answer to the respective charges laid against them.