P.E.I. home invasion, robbery matters adjourned
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4 individuals charged with breaking right into a Hunter River residence and allegedly stealing a secure whereas sporting masks have had their issues adjourned in provincial courtroom.
The 4 co-accused – Michael Arthur Gaudet, 38, Michael Robert Bryenton, 43, Amanda Olivia Fairhurst, 20, and Laura Kimberly Beaton, 38 – every appeared by video on Feb. 21 in provincial courtroom in Charlottetown. All 4 are being held in custody on the Provincial Correctional Centre.
The co-accused are charged with break and enter to commit the indictable offence of theft and sporting a masks through the offence. As well as, Gaudet and Bryenton are charged with breaching probation.
In response to an RCMP press launch, on Feb. 18, officers responded to a report at 8:10 a.m. of a house invasion at an residence on Route 13 in Hunter River. Police say that the 4 co-accused forcibly entered the residence, pointed a firearm at two individuals and took a secure. The co-accused then fled the scene in a silver automotive. The 2 victims weren’t injured, mentioned police.
Then about 20 minutes later at 8:30 a.m., police positioned the car getting into Charlottetown on Decrease Malpeque Highway. The car pulled right into a driveway on Kenwood Circle and the 4 co-accused had been arrested.
The co-accused are scheduled to be again in provincial courtroom on Feb. 27. Gaudet, Bryenton and Beaton are remaining in custody till that date. Fairhurst had a present trigger listening to earlier than a magistrate scheduled for Feb. 24 to find out if she might be launched from custody whereas her issues are earlier than the courtroom.