News

Man accused of break-ins

Gregor Ringham of Campbell River is facing three break and enter related charges. - Mirror file photo
Gregor Ringham of Campbell River is facing three break and enter related charges.
— image credit: Mirror file photo

A man charged with breaking into two homes remains in jail until he can perfect bail.

Gregor Ringham, 43, of Campbell River is charged with break and enter to commit mischief, being unlawfully in a dwelling house, and possession of a break-in instrument.

He was arrested by RCMP after they investigated a Nov. 15 break-in at a townhouse complex on Creekside Way. Ringham is also accused of being inside a Holm Road residence.

Following his arrest, Ringham agreed to remain in custody and is presently being held at the Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre in Victoria.

On Monday, he appeared by video in Campbell River provincial court for a  bail hearing. Judge John Joe granted bail, but, as of Tuesday, Ringham was still in custody.

Comments are closed

You might like ...

Logging company to get new home
 
Relay for Life forced to make changes
 
Rescuing The River
Hospice’s dream house coming true
 
Campbellton: a river runs by it
 
Coun. Gord Fuller remains in critical condition after heart attack
Gene profile may differ in siblings with autism
 
The Globe and Mail profiles Nelson
 
Mine inspections beefed up in B.C.

Community Events, January 2015

Add an Event

Read the latest eEdition

Browse the print edition page by page, including stories and ads.

Jan 23 edition online now. Browse the archives.