Windsor Police have an adult and a young person in custody facing charges after a residence in the 2200 block of Forest Blvd was broken into just after 8pm last evening. Police report that when they arrived at the address there was extensive damage to the rear door of the home. Police entered the home and found nobody inside.
A next door neighbour informed police that minutes earlier, he had heard loud banging next door and when he looked out his rear door, he saw a man running out of the damaged door at his neighbour’s house carrying a large flat screen television. He watched as the man put the television into the rear seat of a pink coloured car which was parked in the rear alley.
The witness then called 911 and advised the dispatchers that the vehicle had left the area southbound in the alley. At 8:30 pm a Windsor Police Sergeant who was driving eastbound in the 600 block of Tecumseh Road West observed a pink coloured Chevrolet Cavalier covered in mud containing two male occupants travelling westbound on Tecumseh Road.
The officer turned around and eventually stopped the pink vehicle on Tecumseh at Bridge Avenue. The officer approached the vehicle and observed a large flat screen television in the rear seat of the vehicle. The two occupants of the vehicle were arrested without incident. In addition to the television, officers located a jewelry box containing a quantity of jewelry on the rear seat which officer’s determined had also been stolen during the break and enter.
Officers also seized a folding knife which was found inside the vehicle. Randy Theoret age 20 of Belle River is facing charges including Break and Enter, Possession of Stolen Property Exceeding $5000, Possession of a Break In Instrument and Failing to Comply with a Condition of Judicial Release. Theoret is currently bound by a Recognizance with a condition to remain in his residence 24 hours a day unless accompanied by a surety.
A 17 year old young person from Windsor is facing charges including Break and Enter, Possession of Stolen Property Exceeding $5000 and possession of a Break In Instrument.