Police Charge Man After Tim Horton’s Robbery
Tuesday September 6th, 2016
Posted at 3:27pm
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Police have arrested and charged a Windsor man after a robbery.
Police say that around 2pm on Sunday September 4th, 2016 the suspect entered the Tim Horton’s located in the 2200 block of Wyandotte Street East and approached the employee at the front counter. The suspect allegedly handed the employee a note which demanded money and threatened that he had a weapon. The employee opened the till and the suspect took a quantity of money and left the store.
Around 9pm that evening, in a separate incident, a male attended Windsor Police headquarters to report a robbery. The complainant stated that he learned that the suspect (who is known to him) wanted to turn himself in and he was asked to give him a ride to Windsor Police headquarters.
He stated that while driving the suspect they began to argue so he stopped the vehicle. The suspect then allegedly took a quantity of money and property from the complainant. The complainant tried to stop the suspect and was assaulted. The suspect then ran away from the scene.
On Monday September 5th, 2016 the suspect attended police headquarters and was placed under arrest.
Jordan Kuchmistrz, a 19-year-old male from Windsor is charged with two counts of robbery.