Thieves to be sentenced
Stolen times included motorcycle, various electronic devices
An Eskasoni man and a man from Halifax have entered pleas on charges stemming from a series of break and enters earlier this year in Pipers Cove.
Guy Patrick Marshall, 25, of Halifax, pleaded guilty to three counts of break, enter and theft and uttering a threat. Three other charges were withdrawn.
He is now scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 28.
Virick Robert Bernard, 23, of Eskasoni, pleaded guilty to three counts of break, enter and theft, three counts of breaching court orders, two counts of assault, and single counts of possession of stolen goods and mischief.
He is now scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 4.
A third accused, Chad William Stevens, 25, of Eskasoni, is charged with three counts of breaching court orders, two counts of break, enter and theft, and single counts of robbery, possession of stolen goods and assaulting a police officer.
He is now scheduled to enter pleas to the charges Aug. 4.
A total of six people were charged in relation to the crimes that occurred in Pipers Cove and Castle Bay. All the stolen items received by police have been returned to the owners.
The other accused are continuing to make their way through the court system.
The stolen times included a motorcycle and various electronic devices. There was also some damage to windows and doors in order to gain entry.