Regina Man Charged After Breaking and Entering, Carmichael Outreach Burglary – Regina | The Canadian News

A Regina man faces a series of charges following a breakup and an investigation in the city involving Carmichael Outreach.

A press release from the Regina Police Service (RPS) said that sometime on the night of November 19, an unidentified person or persons “illegally entered the facility” located in the 1500 block of 12th Avenue.

The RPS release did not mention the charity in its release.

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Carmichael Outreach Development Coordinator Aurora Marinari confirmed that the incident occurred at her building.

In a statement to Global News, Carmichael Outreach said they are grateful for the work of RPS.

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“We are not free to reveal any kind of sensitive information. Due to privacy, we obviously cannot confirm or deny whether we know this gentleman. We are grateful to the community for their generosity and we hope that this person turns to organizations when needed and does not take things away from them, ”added Carmichael Outreach in his statement.

RPS says the suspects removed various items from the building’s offices, including computers, a safe containing gift cards and cash, as well as other items.

Officers were dispatched the next day when staff discovered the break-in and theft.

RPS said officers were able to obtain evidence, including video footage, that ultimately led to the identification of a possible suspect.

Kyle James Edwards, 34, was arrested Dec. 8 at the Regina Correctional Center and charged in the Nov. 19 robbery, trespassing and burglary, as well as two other recent and unrelated trailer thefts.

RPS said Edwards was on remand after his arrest and charges in connection with a stolen vehicle.

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RPS added that the November 19 incident is still under active investigation.

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Edwards was also charged with failure to comply with an order for the release and possession of felony property of less than $ 5,000 (credit card).

Edwards made his first court appearance in connection with these charges Thursday morning.


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