Thieves Freeze Fleeing From Police

Weird Police News

In the early morning hours of March 20, 2015 a west end resident observed a suspicious vehicle on his property. When the resident confronted the male and female occupants they fled from the area. The resident followed the vehicle and contacted police.

The vehicle was followed to Camp Korah at the top of Goulais Avenue where the two accused fled from the vehicle on foot. Police set up containment of the area and with the assistance of the K-9 unit the two occupants where located after a lengthy track. When located both the male and female were suffering from hyperthermia after crawling in the snow. The male accused required medical attention.

Investigation found that while at the west end residence the two stole a gas can and gas, were in possession of a stolen 16” machete, and were in possession of tools used to assist them in break and enters. The two accused are on undertakings with conditions that the two were not allowed to communicate with each other.

Charged with breach of undertaking, trespass at night, theft, possession of house breaking tools and two counts of possession of stolen property are 24 year old Lorraine Patricia Roach of Albert Street East and 36 year old Robbie Joseph Delorme of Borron Avenue. Delorme is also charged with possession of ammunition in contravention to a court order.

Delorme and Roach attended bail court on March 20, 2015.