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Clarington man charged for breaking into a Scugog business


DAN CEARNS The Standard


SCUGOG: A Clarington man is being charged for breaking into a Scugog business on Saturday, October 14th.

According to the Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS), “at approximately 4:25 a.m., a member of North Division was conducting proactive patrol in the area of Simcoe Street and Oyler Drive in Port Perry, when he observed a suspicious male exit a closed business.”

“The male was seen loading multiple items into his vehicle. A traffic stop was initiated as the male was leaving the area. The driver was identified as being a prohibited driver with outstanding warrants. He was also confirmed to be in possession of numerous stolen items. He was taken into custody without incident,” read the DRPS press release.

49-year-old Christopher Heayn is charged with one count of breaking and entering and committing it at a place other than a dwelling, one count of possessing property obtained by Crime Under $5000, and two counts of operating a conveyance while prohibited.

Anyone who has further information on this case is being asked to contact Constable Jolicoeur of North Division at 905-579-1520 extension 2672.

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