Trevor Bomberry surrendered to Brantford Police to face charges of break and enter and mischief on Tuesday, January 11.
Bomberry, 48-years-old, stands charged with one count each of break and enter and mischief after an incident occurred in October 2021, at the site of the former Arrowdale Golf Gourse, located at 282 Stanley Street.
On Saturday, October 9, 2021, at approximately 2:30 p.m., officers with the Brantford Police Service were dispatched to the property at 282 Stanley Street in relation to an alarm call.
Investigation revealed that the lock to the front gate of the property had been cut in order to gain entry. Individuals were found at the site, refusing to leave.
The Brantford Police Service has been actively monitoring the site in an effort to preserve the peace, maintain public safety and investigate criminal wrongdoing in accordance with legislated responsibilities and in the best interest of all involved.
It is always the goal of the Brantford Police Service to resolve occurrences with diplomacy and peaceful communication. As it is our bound duty to ensure the safety and well-being of the public, officers will first focus efforts to de-escalate a potential situation but, in the event of criminal activity, those committing an offence can be charged and arrested. Violence will not be tolerated. The Brantford Police Service will respond to unlawful events in an appropriate and professional manner.
As a result of police investigation, BOMBERRY, of Hagersville, surrendered himself to the Brantford Police Service, was arrested, charged and released on a Form 10 for the following Criminal Code violations:
- Break and Enter