Two Arrested In Connection With Business B&E
Tuesday June 28th, 2016
Posted at 4:29pm
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Police have arrested two people allegedly responsible for a break and enter to a business.
On Monday Windsor Police began an investigation into a break and enter at a business located in the 5900 block of North Service Road. Investigation revealed that the incident took place at approximately 5:30am and a motorcycle, EVO Motor Scooter, and other property were stolen.
At approximately 2:00pm, officers were investigating the stolen motorcycle and observed a 35 year old male riding the motorcycle to a residence in the 1600 block of Ford Blvd. A 32 year old male was then seen riding the same motorcycle in the area of Westminister and Reginald. The male got off the motorcycle and officers quickly put him under arrest without incident in connection with the break and enter. The male was also found to be in possession of a quantity of methamphetamine.
Officers also placed the 35 year old male under arrest near the residence on Ford Blvd in connection with the break and enter. He was also found to be in possession of a quantity of methamphetamine. Officers also located and seized the stolen EVO Motor Scooter from the break and enter.
Michael Palanacki, 32, and Robert Graham, 35, are facing charges.