On Saturday, City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service officers responded to a reported break and enter at an Albert St. South residence.
Police say the suspect rummaged through cabinets and stole a quantity of cash before leaving the residence and a bag that was put under the front porch behind.
Michael Breen, 38, of Lindsay, was arrested on Sunday and charged with break and enter a dwelling house and failure to comply with a release order. He was released and will appear in court in Lindsay on May 5.
James Street break and enter
Police made an arrest after a break and enter at a residence on James Street on March 19. They received information of it on March 21.
Police say video surveillance from the location showed a suspect entering and taking a number of items and exiting the residence. The suspect returned a second time, taking additional items.
Blake Lanham, 31, of the City of Kawartha Lakes was charged with break and enter a dwelling house and possession of property obtained by crime.
Lanham was released and will appear in court in Lindsay on May 5.
Driver refused to comply with breath sample demand
On Friday around 10 p.m., officers responded to a motor vehicle collision on Colborne Street West in Lindsay.
Officers at the scene detected the odour of alcohol on the breath of one of the involved drivers. The driver was issued a breath demand and refused to provide a sample into an approved device.
Bradley Michaud, 20, of Cameron, Ont., was arrested and charged with failure or refusal to comply with demand, along with two Highway Traffic Act infractions and one Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act infraction.
Michaud was released and will appear in court in Lindsay on May 5.
Around 2 p.m. Sunday, police responded to reports of a theft at a Kent Street West business.
Police say loss prevention staff witnessed a man and woman conceal a number of items in shopping bags before leaving the store without paying for the items. The suspects were located by police in the parking lot of the store.
Joshua Swanton, 33, of Woodville, and Jenna Rettie, 37, of Dunsford, were arrested and each charged with:
- theft under $5,000,
- possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000; and,
- failure to comply with undertaking.
Both were released and are scheduled to make court appearances in Lindsay on May 12.
On Sunday, police made an arrest in connection to the report of a stolen cellphone, credit and debit cards on March 17.
The investigation determined the cards had been used at multiple businesses in Lindsay.
Cherry LeClaire, 31, of Lindsay is charged with two counts each of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 and use of credit card. The accused was released and will appear in court in Lindsay on May 5.
This article was originally sourced by www.globalnews.ca.