ALLEGED CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBER & THIEF CARMEN DAVID NELSON MACLEOD RELEASED ON BAIL.
Appearing handcuffed in Courtroom 103 today for a bail hearing is 41 year old CARMEN DAVID NELSON MACLEOD.
He’s wearing a white t-shirt, dark pants, has dark hair with noticeable bald spot and a small goatee. He’s quite chubby.
His Worship, Bruce Leaman is presiding. Provincial Crown Mary Ann Mackett assisted by is here along with Defence Counsel Kevin Matthews.
There is a Bail Supervision plan in place for MACLEOD. He has a female co-worker who resides on Palisades Road who will act as his surety. She’s agreeing to pledge 1000$ on no deposit bail.
The court hears allegations that MacLeod was caught on video breaking into a laundry room to steal change from laundry machines on Feb 14,2018 at an apartment building at 230 Vickers Street South. He’s also alleged to have done the same thing later that day at a building on 818 Syndicate Ave North.
He was arrested and released on a recognizance by Thunder Bay Police Service.
He’s also alleged to have committed a robbery at 8:43pm at Alley’s Variety on South Franklin and exactly 3 hours later at the Macs Store on Waterloo.
He’s alleged to have gotten 60$ and 2 packs of cigarettes from the Macs Store.
He was arrested Sunday April 1,2018 by Thunder Bay Police Services and held in custody at Thunder Bay Jail until today.
He’s released by the court to his surety and must reside at his surety’s home in the 700 block of Palisades Road.
The court hears he has a job at Bay City Contracting and will be allowed to go to work.
He’s ordered not to use any illegal drugs.
His handcuffs are removed and he leaves with his surety.
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