Charges laid related to dump break-in

Seen in image above: The visitor on the left clutches to what appears to be a paintball handgun. Photo caught on an upgraded camera system purchased from Jordan Holmes at Dundas Performance and Secure Holmes.

WINCHESTER — The North Dundas Landfill on Boyne Road, Winchester, was broken into on June 4 shortly after 4 p.m. and on June 5 shortly after 10 a.m.

The police investigation also turned up a May 26 break-in. The suspects entered the property,  removed items and caused damage to the buildings.

Members of the Community Street Crime Unit of SD&G OPP arrested two adult males on June 12 in connection with the break-in. During the arrest Police located suspected marijuana at the residence of the North Dundas male.

Randy Froats, 23, of South Dundas,  was arrested and is charged with two counts of  break and enter, and two counts of mischief under $5,000.

Christopher McRoberts, 40, of North Dundas, was arrested and is charged with;

–             Two counts of Break and enter

–             Mischief Under $5000

–             Produce a controlled substance

–             Possession of a controlled substance

Both males were released and are scheduled to appear in Morrisburg court on August 7.

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