Police Arrest Burlington Man Facing 21 Criminal Charges
A Burlington man who was wanted for 21 alleged criminal charges has been arrested.
On Jan. 24 Halton police, along with the 3 District Criminal Investigations Bureau and the Street Crime Unit, located and safely arrested Michael Bretton (34). Police say the accused has a history of dodging police.
The accused was wanted by Halton Police for 21 alleged criminal charges.
The offences, according to police, took place over a two week period throughout the Halton region.
A few of the alleged charges include possession of stolen property (including two cars), possession of illicit narcotics and fraudulent use of a credit card.
According to police, the accused is also wanted by multiple other jurisdictions on outstanding arrest warrants.
The accused was held for a bail hearing and will appear in Milton Provincial Court today (Jan. 25).
Pending charges are as follows:
- Fail to comply with probation order (eight counts)
- Possession of property obtained by crime (three counts)
- Theft under $5,000
- Operation while prohibited (two counts)
- Driving while under suspension (two counts)
- Fail to comply with recognizance
- Assault with intent to resist arrest
- Possession schedule 1 - crystal meth
- Possession schedule 1 - cocaine
- Fraudulent use of credit card
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