Police found an adult and three youths in a stolen pickup truck early Saturday morning.
An officer spotted the 2000 Ford, stolen earlier in Bruce Mines, strike a metal fence in a residence's backyard. Police then stopped the vehicle on Huron Street shortly before 2 a.m.
Police say officers discovered in the truck several items reported stolen in a break and enter to a Wellington Street West home, including Playstation controllers, games, jewelry, and two digital cameras.
Shelly Lepage of 36 Boston Avenue, and two 15-year-old girls are charged with possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000. One youth falsely identified herself while being arrested and is charged with obstructing a peace officer. A 12-year-old boy was also charged with possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000. He appears in court Nov. 25.
Plus this write up:
On the 18th of October at 1:40 am City police spotted a stolen 2000 Ford F350 crew cab in the area of John Street and St. George’s Avenue.
Just before the truck was stopped in the area of 300 block area of Huron Street, it was observed striking a metal fence in the backyard of a residence. Four persons exited the truck and were arrested without incident. It is further alleged that inside the vehicle, officers located property that was stolen in a break and enter overnight on the 18th of October to a Wellington Street West home.
A Playstation 2, joy sticks, 16 Playstation games, assorted jewellery, cash, perfume and a digital camera were all recovered. The following four persons were charged:
Shelly Lepage 38 years, of 36 Boston Avenue was charged with one count of possession of property obtained by crime –under $5,000.00. She is to appear in court on the 17th of November.