Windsor Police have laid more charges in relation to a strange incident that took place on Sunday in a residence at the University of Windsor.
On Sunday October 7th at approximately 5:15am, a female resident of MacDonald Hall returned to her building and a male snuck in past the secured door behind her before she could lock it. The male immediately began a conversation with the female and indicated that he was there to visit someone on the 7th floor.
In an effort to avoid the male, the female took the stairs instead of riding up on the elevator with him and went to her room. She left her room briefly to use the washroom and when she returned, she observed the same man in her room.
Utilizing surveillance footage from the building, University of Windsor Campus Police and Windsor Police Detectives were able to positively identify the wanted male. Detectives attended his residence and arrested him without incident.
Through a collaborative effort between The Windsor Police Service and University of Windsor Campus Police, two additional charges have now been laid against the suspect. The two additional charges stem from the suspect opening doors briefly and being scared off by residents inside of campus dorms. Once the residents heard about the arrest of the suspect, they came forward and provided additional information to police.
Wayne Bradley, aged 43 of Windsor, who was on statutory release at the time of his arrest, is charged with three counts of Break and Enter.