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Break & Enter - Five People Arrested in Break and Enter Investigations

Posted on Wednesday February 06, 2019
Members of the Niagara Falls Street Crime Unit commenced a two month investigation with regards to a rash of commercial and residential break and enters that were occurring in the City of Niagara Falls.  During this investigation police gathered evidence through various investigative techniques that identified several suspects and locations where some of the stolen property was located.   Police executed several search warrants which recovered numerous stolen items that were returned to their rightful owners.  Five people have been arrested and charged with the following offences:
 
49 year old Jason PERKINS of Niagara Falls
Break and Enter with Intent x7
Section 348(1)(a)CC
Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
Section 355(a) CC
 
36 year old Guy MOORE of Niagara Falls
Break and Enter Commit Theft
Section 348(1)(b)CC
Possession of stolen Property
Section 355(a)CC
Theft of a Motor Vehicle
Section 333.1(1)CC
Breach of Probation
733.1(1)CC
 
35 year old Andrea Washington of Niagara Falls
Break and Enter with Intent x7
Section 348(1)(a)CC
Break and Enter commit Theft
Section 348(1)(b)CC
 
38 year old Jamie Lemoine of Niagara Falls
Break and Enter commit Theft x2
Section 348(1)(b)CC
Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
355(b)CC
 
39 year old Michael SHELTON of Niagara Falls
Break and Enter commit Theft X3
Section 348(1)(b) CC
Break and Enter with Intent
Section 348(1)(a)CC
Trafficking in Property Obtained by Crime X2
355.5(1)CC
Theft from Motor Vehicle under $5000
Section 334(b)CC
Mischief Under $5000 x3
Section 430(4)CC
Possession of Break and Enter Instruments x2
351(1)(a)CC
Carry Concealed Weapon
Section 90(1)CC
Possession of a Controlled Substance
4(1)CDSA
 

Incident Number: 19-4263, 2018-120770, 2018-120320, 2019-4143
Submitted By: Jeromie Sills
Approved By: Dave Gomez

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