Windsor Man Busted After Crime Spree

Friday December 9th, 2016

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A Windsor man is facing charges after his crime spree was busted by a 911 operator.

Police say the crime spree started around 1am on Tuesday December 6th, 2016 at a residence in the 500 block of Giles Boulevard West. Police say a male gained entry into the residence and was confronted by the homeowner, who was known to him. The suspect fled the residence with property belonging to the homeowner.

A short time later, a citizen observed a male smash out a car window. The male matched the description of the suspect from the nearby break and enter.

Then at approximately 2:45am, police were called to a residence in the 1300 block of Church Street. They say that the suspect gained entry into a residence and approached the elderly female home owner and demanded keys for a vehicle. The homeowner advised that she didn’t have a vehicle. The suspect fled the residence.

The suspect allegedly attended the neighbour’s house and smashed a window to gain entry. The male homeowner was awakened by the sound of someone inside. He observed the suspect inside the house. They were involved in an altercation and suspect fled out the window with some property. The complainant observed the suspect try to break into a vehicle on the roadway. Officers searched the area but the suspect wasn’t located.

At approximately 8m, a 911 Communicator was driving home after working the night shift and observed the suspect male in the 1400 block of Ouellette Avenue. Officers attended this location and placed the male under arrest. He was found to be in the possession of property taken in one of the break and enters on Church Street.

Jordan Giles, a 24-year-old male from Windsor is charged with three counts of break and enter, two counts of mischief, robbery, assault with a weapon, and two counts of possession of stolen property.

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