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Tuesday September 15th, 2015

Posted at 2:40pm

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Amherstburg police have charged three people with several offences after a break and enter investigation.

On September 12th officers were dispatched to a residence on Concession 6 North in the Town of Amherstburg for a report of a break and enter that had taken place sometime earlier. The victim reported several items taken from the residence including ID.

The victim was later notified by a truck rental company that his ID was used to rent a trailer and the trailer was overdue to be returned. The victim had not rented a trailer and notified police.

Through extensive investigation, police identified and arrested the accused and recovered stolen property.

Christopher Holden, 35, of Amherstburg has been charged with adult identity theft, adult personation – intent to obtain property (identity fraud), possession of property obtained by crime – under $5000, and two counts possession of property obtained by crime – over $5000.

Nicole Boughner, 39, of Amherstburg has been charged with adult identity theft, possession of property obtained by crime – under, and two counts of possession of property obtained by crime – over $5000.

Austin Pillon, 19, of Amherstburg has been charged with possession of property obtained by crime – under $5000, and two counts of possession of property obtained by crime – over $5000 354(1)(a).

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