Eleven New Charges for Walkerville Break & Enter Suspect

Tuesday July 12th, 2011

Posted at 10:57am

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Windsor Police have laid more break and enter charges against Jason Schultz, who is already in custody as a result of a continuing investigation in the Walkerville area of the city.  Between May 22, 2011 and June 24, 2011, Windsor Police received a number of reports of break and enters to homes in Walkerville.  These occurrences took place during the late evening or early morning hours.  In most cases, the suspect entered the homes by cutting or removing screens on ground level open windows while the residents were sleeping.

On June 24, 2011,  Schultz was arrested and charged with break and enter after a residence in the 800 block of Monmouth Road was broken into while the resident was upstairs putting her five-year old daughter to bed.  The woman had heard noises coming from her living room and went downstairs to see the suspect running from her home.  The woman discovered that her living room window screen had been cut and her purse was laying on the ground outside the window.  Police arrested Schultz a short distance away carrying a box cutter and a pair of gloves.

As a result of a continuing investigation, Windsor Police have charged Schultz with eleven more counts of Break, Enter and Theft in relation to the rash of break and enters in the Walkerville area during this time period.  He remains in police custody.

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