two men charged after opp find stolen off-road vehicles in tecumseh - outdoor security camera housing dome

by:Hanway     2019-09-12
two men charged after opp find stolen off-road vehicles in tecumseh  -  outdoor security camera housing dome
Vincenzo Chiarappa Sr.
53 and little Vincenzo Chiarappa
The 25-year-old OPP faced charges of possession of stolen property after Tecumseh found more than $150,000 lost ATVs, UTVs and other equipment.
OPP charged two men for all the stolen money worth thousands of dollars.
Ground vehicles, utility vehicles and other equipment.
Police found stolen items during two raids.
Regional Business, March 26-
One location is 2700 block, 8 county road, and the other is 1700 block, Rossi Avenue.
Members of the OPP Street Crime Unit, emergency response team and the OPP provincial intelligence agency in Essex County participated in the execution of the search warrant.
Along with ATVs and UTVs, police found motorcycles and golf carts
Earlier this year, all were reported stolen from the lake.
The estimated value of the stolen property exceeded $150,000, OPP said.
Two guns were also seized from a assault site in Tecumseh.
Vincenzo Chiarappa Sr.
53, from Tecumseh and Vincenzo Chiarappa Jr.
A 25-year-old Windsor man has been arrested and charged with possession of the proceeds of crime (
Worth more than $5,000).
The two defendants have been released and are scheduled to appear on May 7.
Related trucks, ATVs and excavators stolen by the large Essex County criminal organization spreeOff
In the past year, several Essex County businesses have been stolen in lasalli, and road entertainment vehicles stolen from Lake Shore dealers have been lost.
Road vehicles, motorcycles, trucks, work trailers, excavators and other equipment in the event of theft. One business —
Oliveira equipment in Comber
The target is February.
An ATV and two "sides-by-Side Vehicle (off-
Non-highway utility vehicles
Cross seat).
Tilbury Auto Sales & RV Yamaha, another company, told the stars that they have been locked about seven times since last summer, including a breakin mid-February.
Steve Oliveira, the business owner, said he suspected the events were linked.
OPP says their investigation is continuing.
Anyone who has this criminal information is encouraged at 1-888-310-1122.
Anonymous tips can be passed through 1-800-222-8477 or www. catchcrooks. com.
Show the security camera images of those responsible for the rest-
In the early morning of January, at the Lakeside car and leisure car dealers. 18, 2019.
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