More jail time for thief back in court second time in one week

Steve Sharratt & Mike Carson
Published on March 6, 2016


Kyle Ambrose McCarville, 26, steals three items from Reitman's store while on probation

A man who was already serving time for thefts had another two months added to his sentence recently.

Kyle Ambrose McCarville, 26, appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court in Charlottetown recently where he pleaded guilty to stealing from two stores.

The court heard that on Sept. 29, 2015, McCarville went to a Reitman's store and stole three items worth a total of $189.

He was on probation at the time.

On Oct. 20, 2015, McCarville went to Mark's Work Wearhouse and stole a $200 women's jacket.

None of the items were recovered.

Crown attorney Lisa Goulden suggested McCarville serve another 60 days in jail for a total of 180 days sentenced in one week.

Douglas sentenced McCarville to 60 days for the Reitman's theft to be served consecutive to any other sentence and 60 days concurrent for the coat theft.

McCarville will be on probation for one year after his release.

Douglas also ordered him to pay a total of $389 in restitution and $200 in victim surcharges.