Two charged after Dawson Creek B&E

UPDATE: According to the BC CSO, a Dawson Creek judge heard break and enter charges for Holland in December. G…

UPDATE: According to the BC CSO,  a Dawson Creek judge heard break and enter charges for Holland in December.

Gordon Comer with the BC Prosecution Service says three bench warrants were issued on November 30th and December 16th. One of the warrants was granted.

“It’s safe to assume that he didn’t show up in court.”

DAWSON CREEK, B.C – Two men face charges after a break and enter at a Dawson Creek business.

On Sunday, RCMP responded to a break and enter alarm, resulting in a foot-chase with one of the suspects before he was arrested. On-duty security guards assisted the responding officers in finding the last known location of the suspect.

Police Service Dog “Hammer”, accompanied by Constable Qualstrom, found the second suspect hiding near the business that was broken into.

RCMP says the suspects cut a hole in a chain-link fence to gain access to the business.

The following charges have been laid against 45-year-old Mark Roth and 28-year-old Jared Holland:

Both accused appeared in court on Monday.

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