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As a result an investigation began and five males and one female have been taken into custody. Numerous break and enters have taken place along Derby Point and the Castle Bay areas. Police have recovered numerous items they believe were taken from residences and cottages in the area.

Eskasoni RCMP assisted with the arrests of all individuals by stopping the suspicious vehicle.

Two males fled from Police into a wooded area and were later located by the K-9 Unit of the CBRPS after a lengthy search. One male suffered some injuries from our K-9 dog and was treated by EHS on scene and later released back into Police custody from the CBRH.

Due to the volume of this investigation members of the General Investigation Unit and Major Crime Unit have been called out to follow-up with investigation with assistance from patrol officers and the Forensic Identification Unit. 

UPDATE:

All six individuals have been remanded to the Cape Breton Correctional Centre and will appear in Sydney Provincial Court on June 1st, 2015, to face charges of Break, Enter and Theft.
1.    Bryan Courtnay Charles Marshall B:Sept.26, 1985 of Chappel Island.
2.    Chad William Stevens B: Sept.1, 1989 of Eskasoni
3.    Virick Robert Bernard B: Oct.17, 1991 of Eskasoni
4.    Guy Patrick Marshall B:Aug.31, 1989 of Halifax
5.    Frank Joseph Googoo B:May 8, 1990 of Eskasoni
6.    Janice Marcializ Marshall B:Feb 2, 1991 of Eskasoni

Some will face other charges such as: Assault Police officer, Possession of stolen property, escape lawful custody, Breach of Undertaking, Mischief and finally, threats to cause bodily harm to a Police officer.

Police continue to investigate; anyone with information is asked to call 902-563-5151 or report anonymously through Crime Stoppers.