Brendon Charbonneau, 19, of Navan, and Zachary Minarik-Eastman, 19, of Winchester, both face a series of charges related to two break and enter incidents that occurred May 3 in Limoges and May 12 in Winchester.
A 16-year-old from the Ottawa area also faces charges in relation to the May 3 incident at Limoges. His name is withheld under the terms of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Russell County OPP answered a call just after 6 a.m., May 3, about a break-in at a residence on Calypso Road in Limoges. Police determined that the trio involved were trying to steal items outside of the residence.
The 16-year-old accused is charged with break-and-enter with intent to commit a crime, possession of burglary tools, and possession of stolen property under a value of $5000. He is scheduled for a future provincial youth court session in L’Orignal.
Both Charbonneau and Minarik-Eastman are charged with break-and-enter with intent to commit a crime, possession of burglary tools, and possession of stolen property under $5000 in value. Charbonneau is also charged with methamphetamine possession while Minarik-Eastman is charged with breach of a legal recognizance. They were both later released with a demand to appear in provincial court in L’Orignal at a later date.
Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry OPP got a call May 12, at about 5:11 p.m., about a break-in at a Winchester residence. Police investigation indicated the culprits used a stolen truck from Russell Township to go to the house and try to carry off various items.
Charbonneau and Minarik-Eastman were caught and charged with failure to obey a legal undertaking, possession of stolen property, and methamphetamine possession. Charbonneau is also charged with break-and-enter, and breach of probation. Minarik-Eastman is also charged with failure to obey a legal recognizance.
They were both taken into custody for a bail hearing and are scheduled for a later session of provincial court in Cornwall.