He was hungry and wanted a drink. But 33 breach of probation charges – no wonder he was held for a bail hearing.

By Staff

March 14, 2014


Halton Regional Police Officers in Burlington have arrested a man in connection to a series of liquor thefts from LCBO Stores in Burlington and Oakville.

Between February 13th and March 3rd 2014, Neil MACMILLAN (30 Yrs) of Oakville, attended numerous L.C.B.O. Stores where he stole a variety of liquor totaling approximately $3,950.

On March 3rd 2014, an astute LCBO employee recognized MACMILLAN from a previous theft and called police.  MACMILLAN left the LCBO prior to police arrival however he was located a short time later exiting a neighbouring Metro Store where he was arrested and found to have a quantity of packaged meat which he had just stolen worth $201.

MACMILLAN was held for bail charged with theft under $5,000 (11 Counts) and breach of Probation (33 Counts).

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