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RCMP charge pair in relation to several break and enters, Shelburne, N.S.

Shelburne RCMP have arrested a man and a woman in relation to several break and enters into commercial properties.

As a result of information received, the Shelburne County Street Crime Enforcement Unit (SCEU) executed a search warrant at a residence on Bulkley Street on February 24th.

Property believed to be from the Lions Hall bar and canteen area was located and seized by RCMP. Joey Wayne Langthorne, 35, was arrested without incident at the residence.

Subsequent investigation allowed RCMP to execute a second search warrant the next day at a residence on Hastings Street. Stolen property, believed to be from Farmer’s Dairy Treat and Farmer’s Co-Operative, was located and seized. Kathy Lynn Gallant, age 55 of Bulkley Street, was arrested without incident at the residence.

Joey Langthorne is facing charges of Break, Enter and Theft, Possession of Stolen Property, Breach of Probation and Breach of an Undertaking. He is appearing in Shelburne Provincial Court today. Kathy Gallant, who is facing a charge of Breaching Probation and Possession of Stolen Property, is scheduled to appear at Shelburne Provincial Court on March 19th, 2014. The investigation is continuing.

Source: Release

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