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Wednesday May 21st, 2014

Posted at 3:17pm

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Windsor Police have arrested two suspects they allege are responsible for damaging two vehicles on Goyeau Avenue overnight.

Around 1am this morning, witnesses in the 1600 block of Goyeau avenue alerted police after seeing two male suspects damaging vehicles in the area.

The witnesses told police one suspect was seen jumping and stomping on vehicles.

Police responded and discovered fresh damage to a Chrysler Intrepid (Shattered windshield and rear passenger side door window) and a Honda Civic (dented hood).

Police were given descriptions of the suspects and advised that they were observed heading towards the 7-11 located at McDougall Avenue and Tecumseh Road East.

Police searched the area and located the two suspects walking East on Tecumseh Road East at Durham Place. Both suspects were placed under arrest in relation to the damaged vehicles.

Police say both males are alleged to be responsible for damaging the Chrysler Intrepid and only one of the suspects is alleged to have jumped on the hood of the Honda Civic.

Ondre Orlando Casey-Scott, 20, is charged with mischief.

Robert Joseph Cobb, 23, 23 is charged with two counts of mischief and failing to comply with a condition of judicial release (curfew).

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