Three Teens Arrested for Attempted Burglaries in the City's North End
5/25/2010 7:53 AM
Three male teenagers were arrested on 05-24-2010 for attempting to burglarize two houses in the area of Webster Street and Shaw Street.
On 05-24-2010 at approximately 10:00 AM, Manchester Police responded to the area of Shaw Street and Webster Street for a report of three suspicious male subjects prowling around houses. Upon the arrival of patrol officers, Officer A. Brown met with them and spoke with them regarding their activities. With their stories not making sense, along with eyewitnesses giving different accounts of what the three subjects were doing, Officer Brown arrested the three for Prowling.
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Once the three subjects were arrested, Detectives J. Roers and M. Larochelle began looking into the incident. Due to the recent rash of daytime burglaries around the city, the Manchester Police Department’s Burglary Unit started looking into the incident. The investigation provided new information, and led to new charges for the three subjects. Travis Langlois and William Mosel were charged with 2 counts of Attempted Burglary. Tryce St.Pierre was charged with 2 counts of Attempted Burglary and Receiving Stolen Property. St.Pierre was in possession of a 4 GB IPOD which he admitted was stolen property.
The Receiving Stolen Property charge is a misdemeanor offense, while all other charges are Class B Felonies. Mosel and Langlois had bail set at $1,000.00 cash / surety and St. Pierre’s bail was set at $1,500.00 cash / surety. Mosel posted bail, St. Pierre and Langlois are scheduled to be arraigned today at Manchester District Court.
The Manchester Police would encourage the public to stay vigilant to any suspicious activity. If you should see any suspicious activity in residential areas please call 668-8711 or E-911. With the help of the public the Manchester Police Department continues to make strides and success in solving daytime burglaries and we appreciate your help.
Submitted by: Detective Sergeant Carlo Capano