Court hands down jail time for Fox Hill break-in

Nancy Kelly
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Kentville Justice Centre

One of five people arrested after a Jan. 21 break, enter and theft at a residence on Foxhill Avenue in Kentville was sentenced to a six-month jail term during a Feb. 5 court appearance.

Raylene Rose Mahaney, 20, of Kentville, was sentenced to a six-month jail term after entering guilty pleas to four charges of theft and a single charge of breach of probation.  The court sentenced her to one month and 15 days in custody for each offence, to be served consecutively. She also entered a guilty plea to an additional charge of theft, laid Jan. 4 in Kentville and received one day in custody, to be served concurrently. 

The court also imposed a victim surcharge fine of $600 against Mahaney. 

Mark Young, 34, of North Kentville also stands accused after the break-in that lead police to conduct a search and seizure of stolen items from a North Kentville residence.

Young is facing a total of 16 charges following the incident. They include break, enter and multiple charges of theft and possession of property obtained by crime, two charges of theft from a motor vehicle, trafficking in a credit card obtained by crime, trespassing at night near a dwelling and a breach of a probation order.

Young has entered not guilty pleas to all charges and will remain in custody until his next scheduled court appearance of Feb. 19 for a bail hearing.

Kings RCMP are still looking for the owners of property seized during the investigation. 


Geographic location: Kentville, Fox Hill, Foxhill Avenue North Kentville

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