June 20, 2020 6:04 pmFour people from Sarnia-Lambton are facing several charges in connection with the theft that took place in December 2019.
The OPP has declared the investigation into Dec. 28, 2019, after two people broke into a residence on the Ravenswood Line in Lambton Shores. The OPP said the theft suspects left the area in the victim’s vehicle, which was picked up later that day.
Five warrants throughout Sarnia-Lambton were executed Thursday, as part of a joint effort between the Sarnia Police Service and various provincial police services, including the County of Lambton for Crime Unit . As a result, four people were arrested and charged.
Donald Coke, 48, of Sarnia was charged with robbery, two counts of breaking and entering, dwelling house, forcible confinement, both counts of possession of property obtained by crime more than 5 $ 000, motor vehicle theft, and theft over $ 5,000.
Raymond LeBlanc, 62, of Sarnia, was charged with robbery, forcible confinement, possession of Annex I to the substance – fentanyl, of two counts of breaking and entering into a residential complex, possession of property obtained by crime over $ 5,000, theft of a motor vehicle, and theft over $ 5,000.
Michael St Jean, 46, of Sarnia, has been charged with robbery, two counts of house breaking and entering, forcible confinement, two counts of schedule possession I to the substance of methamphetamine, possession of property obtained criminally over $ 5,000, theft of motor vehicle, and theft over $ 5,000.
All three resident Sarnia have the date of trial before the Ontario Court.
Brooke Stratton, 45, of Lambton Shores has also been arrested and charged with two counts of possession of Schedule I to the substance of methamphetamine, and possession of property obtained by crime over $ 5,000. Stratton was later released by police with a hearing date set for August 26 before the Ontario Court of Justice in Sarnia.
None of the charges against the accused have been proven in court.
Provincial police said the investigation is underway.
Anyone with information regarding the theft is asked to contact the Crime Unit OPP Lambton County at 519-882-1011 or 1-888-310-1122. Those wishing to remain anonymous can also call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).