RCMP charges alleged organized break-and-enter group

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RCMP has arrested three people in connection with 24 break, enter and thefts in the North Shore area in November.

P.E.I. RCMP has laid charges in what it’s calling a busy local organized break-and-enter group.

Police say three people are responsible for at least 24 break and enters, which took place in the communities of Rustico, Cavendish and Stanley Bridge during November.

The breaks and enters were concentrated in two cottage developments, Shining Waters Cottages and Fairway Cottages. There was also a break-in on Lyle Lane.

Queens District RCMP had experienced numerous complaints of cottage break-ins in the North Shore area last month.

An investigation was undertaken with assistance from several units including the Criminal Intelligence Service of P.E.I., Prince County Joint Forces Operations, Kings and Queens County RCMP and the RCMP Major Crime Unit.

A search warrant was executed at a residence in Rusticoville and tens of thousands of dollars worth of property was recovered. The RCMP is now in the process of contacting the owners of the items. Officers were also able to confiscate a vehicle they say was purchased with the proceeds of crime.

RCMP arrested two suspects Sunday: a 43-year-old male and a 41-year-old female, both from Rusticoville. The female was released from police custody and will be facing numerous break, enter and theft charges at a later date.

The male, Daryl Claeys was charged with 24 separate counts of break, enter and theft.

Claeys and has been remanded into custody and will appear in Charlottetown Provincial Court on Dec 17.

C. Timothy Kilcup, age 23, of Charlottetown, was arrested Monday in connection with several of the same break and enters. He was released on a promise to appear and will appear in court Dec. 17.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Charlottetown, Rusticoville, Rustico Stanley Bridge North Shore

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  • John MacInnis
    December 11, 2012 - 19:43

    Wonder how long before home invasions start happening on the Island, and how long before criminals start packing ? Haven't read any stories yet about handguns being used in Island crimes, but I have a feeling we'll all be hearing about that soon.

  • corinne angell
    December 11, 2012 - 17:26

    Why is it that daryl and calvins names are mentioned but not hers? she is just as guilty.

  • fred
    December 11, 2012 - 17:24

    Sounds like they should do 8-10 years in a 1 star resort; off island. They will probably get / worst case, 2 weeks in our famous 4 star sleepy hollow resort. Oh , I forgot to mention they might get probation .

  • corinne
    December 11, 2012 - 16:36

    Daryl, Calvin and I know her too.. you all need to get the hell off the drugs. you 2 have a young child together.. think of her and go to rehab..its time to grow up.

  • redmanr
    December 11, 2012 - 15:52

    Great work,,now if the judge only can appreciate the efforts and not just tap their knuckles and give them "house arrest" let's get tough on low-lifes.

  • Islanderfirst
    December 11, 2012 - 13:33

    Impressive & professional police work. A sincere thanks to PEI's RCMP investigation division!

  • heads up for the Mounties
    December 11, 2012 - 10:43

    Great job folks!!!!!!!!

  • johnthames
    December 11, 2012 - 10:42

    10% of the criminals are doing 90% of the crime... Focus on these low life and put them away.