Muskoka To-DAILY

Motorcycles, car damaged with fire extinguisher

HUNTSVILLEA man found asleep in front of an apartment faces a number of charges after motorcycles and a car were damaged with a fire extinguisher Sunday.

Police say that on June 22, 2014, at about midnight Huntsville OPP were advised of an intoxicated male that was asleep on the front porch of an apartment on King William St. in the town of Huntsville.

Their investigation found that a patron of the KingWilliamInn was awakened by some noise in the parking lot and went out to investigate.

They found that someone had taken a fire extinguisher from the wall and struck the ignition part of a Harley Davidson motorcycle that was sitting in the lot. This caused the fire extinguisher to discharge yellow powder around the area.

A Yamaha motorcycle was also in the lot and had the ignition wire pulled out and cut.

This motorcycle was dropped and struck and caused damage to an Acura MDX that was parked beside it.

The witnesses saw a suspicious-looking male walking in the alley way at KingWilliamInn, the OPP were called.

Their investigation found that the male who was asleep on the front porch was the one attempting to steal the motorcycles.

Frederick Bissonnette, 30, of St Catharines was arrested and eventually charged with

   –  Theft Over $5000.00 x 2

   –   Personation with intent

   –   Mischief Over $5000.00 x 2

   –   Trespassing at Night

   –   Fail to Comply with Undertaking

   –   Fail to Comply with Probation Order x 2

The accused was held overnight for bail court Monday June 23, 2014 and is to appear in Ontario Court of Justice in Bracebridge on Tuesday June 24, 2014, to answer to his charges.

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