By Lethbridge Herald on November 25, 2020.
The Lethbridge Police Service has charged a 32-year-old man with several property and property-related offences in relation to break-and-enters throughout the city.
On Monday, members of the Lethbridge Police Service Priority Crimes Unit located the man in possession of a stolen vehicle. He had been linked to more than six commercial and residential break-and-enters dating back to mid-October where property was stolen. Several pieces of property were seized as a result of the arrest.
Tyson Thomas Kehoe of Lethbridge has been charged with 14 offences including: break-and-enter; theft under $5,000; trafficking in stolen property; mischief; and breach of release orders stemming from other property-related offences.
Kehoe participated in a Judicial Interim Release hearing and has been remanded into custody.