(RENFREW, ON) - The Renfrew Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has laid robbery and firearms related charges after a home invasion in Renfrew was reported late Thursday evening, May 17.
Officers responded to the break in at 10:27 pm on Allan Avenue in Renfrew. The victim reported she and another occupant in the home were robbed by several people wearing masks and brandishing a gun. The suspects fled in what was described as a white car.
Officers located the suspect vehicle travelling westbound on Highway 17. The vehicle was stopped east of Campbell Drive and the three males and one female were arrested.
Amber GRAMANN aged 22 of Ottawa is charged with robbery using a firearm and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
Adam FOLLWELL aged 25, Michael LARABIE and Zachary CURRY-RICHER both aged 18 and all of Ottawa are charged with
Break and Enter with intent
Using a weapon while committing an offence
Robbery with a firearm
Forcible confinement (2 counts)
Pointing a firearm (2 counts)
Assault with a weapon (2 counts)
Wear a disguise
Mischief - damage to property under $5,000
Possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose
Larabie is also charged with failing to comply with an undertaking, while Curry-Richer is further charged with failing to comply with a prohibition order and 2 counts of breach of probation.
All 4 accused persons were held in custody for a bail hearing. The Renfrew County Crime Unit is leading the investigation.