Two Regina people facing charges after south-west break and enter

A Regina man and woman are facing charges after an investigation into a recent residential break and enter in south-west Regina.

On June 30th, at about 4:30 pm, Regina Police responded to a report of a break and enter that occurred at a residence on Albulet Drive. It is believed the incident happened about 12 hours prior at 4:00 am.

The suspects allegedly first entered the victims’ garage, stealing three bicycles. After that, they allegedly used the door from the garage into the house and stole electronics, like a MacBook, and iPads, phones, backpacks, sports equipment, and a wallet.

All of this occurred while the family was at home sleeping. The thefts were not discovered until later that morning, by then one of the stolen credit cards had been used at two local businesses.

On July 6th, Police obtained a search warrant for a residence on the 2200 block of Robinson Street. A man and a woman were arrested in the search, and a quantity of drugs was found in one of their shoes. Several items from the break and enter were recovered, as well as numerous identity documents from different people.

31-year-old Kori Renee Baron has been charged with the possession of stolen property, and the possession of identity documents.

40-year-old Robin Lee Brandt has been charged with break and enter and commit theft, the use of a credit card, knowing it was stolen, possession of stolen property, possession of identity documents, possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of fentanyl, possession of proceeds of crime under $5,000, and breach of probation.

Both suspects made their first court appearance Tuesday afternoon.

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