Rampage Leads To Charges


In the early morning of May 2nd City Police officers attended to an east end residence regarding a disturbance. Police were able to determine that a female had broken 2 windows at that residence. She also provided officers with a different name to avoid possible charges. Upon further investigation, officers were able to determine the correct identity of the female and subsequently learned she was also on conditions not to consume alcohol, which in fact she was. As a result, 23 year old Robyn Trudeau of 10 Lorna Dr. was charged with Mischief, Obstruct Police and Breach of Probation. She will be appearing in Provincial Court June 8th.

Jake is caught Twice!
18 year old Jake Nicholson of 326 Albert St. E. was charged by City Police today after an incident at Canadian Tire. It is alleged the accused left the store without paying for some merchandise but was apprehended by store security, who brought him back into their office to notify police at which time Nicholson fled the office but was again apprehended in the parking lot. As a result he was charged with theft and possession of stolen property as well as escape custody. He will be appearing in Provincial Court June 8th.