Suspects Arrested After Break-in in West Windsor
Friday September 21st, 2012
Posted at 5:30pm
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Just after 8:30am Thursday morning, Windsor Police were called to the 3100 block of Wyandotte Street West for a report of a break and enter into a residence.
When police arrived, they spoke to the complainant who told them that the previous night a male had brought him and his friend to Toronto where they were the victims of a robbery. The complainant said that he and his friend returned to Windsor and upon arriving home found that he had been broken into and that several items had been stolen, including a TV, PlayStation, video games, and “Jordan” clothing. The complainant’s dog was also injured in the break-in. The police investigation revealed the suspect of this break and enter to be the same male who had brought the complainant and his friend to Toronto.
Police say that while they were continuing their investigation, the complainant and another friend attended a residence in the 1100 block of Felix Avenue in an effort to locate the suspect. At the residence, the complainant was confronted by the suspect who was wielding a knife. The victim called 911 and police officers attended, but the suspect had fled on foot and was picked up by a female acquaintance who lives at the residence on Felix Avenue and was driving the suspect’s vehicle. Police were able to located the vehicle and arrested the male and female without incident. Police obtained a search warrant for the residence on Felix Avenue, and at 2:40 this morning the search warrant was executed and the property stolen from the break-in was recovered.
A 23 year old male from Toronto is facing charges of break and enter, theft, mischief, possess a weapon dangerous to the public peace, causing injury to an animal, and possession of property obtained by crime.
A 28 female from Windsor is facing a charge of possession of property obtained by crime.