Toronto resident makes Region his place of employment; breaks into more than ten business operations. No bail for this one.

By Staff

BURLINGTON, ON.  April 5, 2013   OK – so we are the best mid-size city in the country to live in – but this is taking that just a little to far.

A Toronto resident is facing a plethora of criminal charges for his involvement in numerous break and enters to commercial properties throughout the Region.

Check out this list:

November 9/12 – North Halton Golf and Country Club at 93 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills

 November 9/12 – Sheridan Nurseries at 9674 Winston Churchill Boulevard, Norval

 November 13/12 – Arbor Garden Center at 6556 Trafalgar Road, Milton

 November 13/12 – Agram Garden Center at 2018 Dundas Street East, Oakville

 November 13/12 – White Oaks Golf Club at 1429 Dundas Street East, Oakville

 November 28/12 & December 4/12 – Terra Greenhouses at 12800 Britannia Road, Milton

 December 4/12 – Jade Garden Center at 5532 Trafalgar Road, Milton

 December 9/12 – Terra Greenhouses at 2275 Dundas Street , Burlington

 December 9/12 – Holland Park Garden Center at 2243 Fairview Street, Burlington

 December 15/12 – Petrie and Son’s at 740 Weller Court, Oakville

He did this ten times: must have thought he’d discovered the easiest place in the province to steal in – but they caught him. Toronto resident held without bail.

Most entries yielded the accused a quantity of cash and damage was incurred to the premises themselves.

Investigation led to a search warrant being executed at the residence of the male in January 2013, but efforts to locate him were unsuccessful.

On April 4, 2013 the accused was arrested at his residence and held for a bail hearing.


ACCUSED:  Jonathan ALLAN, 33 yrs of Toronto

CHARGES:  Break, Enter and Theft (seven counts), Break, Enter with Intent (four counts), Fail to Comply with Probation (12 counts), Possession of Burglary Tools  




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