Guelph Break And Enter Suspect Changes Mind Leaves Apology Letter
Are Thieves Becoming More Thoughtful?
by Guelph Now! Local Nnews
Jul 31, 2012
1. Break, Enter and Theft – Suspect Changes Mind – Apology Letter Left
A Guelph thief has shocked both the victim and police by returning to the scene of the crime and proceeds to try to undue what the spur of the moment had done. Remorse is a powerful tool in preventing the second offence.
On Thursday July 26th, 2012 between the hours of 6:10 p.m., and 6:45 p.m., a screen door to a residence on Fletcher Court, Guelph was compromised and several items were stolen from the residence.
On Friday July 27th, 2012, Guelph Police were contacted by the homeowner who advised that on this date they found a plastic bag containing the stolen items, a letter entitled “Apology” and $50.00 to cover the damages to the screen door sitting on their front porch.
Investigators request anyone with information in relation to this incident to contact Constable Sean MIERSMA of the Guelph Police Service at 519-824-1212 x 7160.
2. Guelph Police Bike Unit – Arrest
On Monday July 30th, 2012 at 3:06 p.m., the Guelph Police Service Bicycle Patrol Unit arrested a female that they found in the downtown core that was in breach of two conditions of her Recognizance of Bail.
Further investigation revealed that she was also in breach of a term of her probation and she was charged
Angela BINGHAM 45 years of Guelph was charged with two counts of Breach of Undertaking
and Breach of Probation. She was held for a Bail Hearing.