Jail time for Twin Lakes break-in

A man arrested in connection with a break and enter pleaded guilty and received just over two months in custody Tuesday.

A man arrested in connection with a break and enter at the Twin Lakes Golf Course pleaded guilty and received just over two months in custody Tuesday.

Seamus Ronald Alexander Kirby was arrested on Dec. 12 in relation to a break and enter that occurred at Twin Lakes Golf Course on Nov. 15. Kirby and another male were pulled over on Dec. 12 in a vehicle that was being driven without insurance RCMP said. A search of the vehicle found small amounts of methamphetamine and heroin as well as stolen credit cards.

According to court documents, Kirby’s co-accused Darcy Emil Lenko is facing charges including two counts of possession of a controlled substance, one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking and one count of possession of property obtained by crime. Lenko is scheduled for an arraignment hearing on Dec. 16 in Penticton Provincial Court.

Kirby was sentenced to seven days in jail for possession of a controlled substance and received 56 days incarceration for breaking and entering with the intent to commit an offence.

Kirby and Lenko are a well-known prolific offenders RCMP said.

 

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