Five charged in armed robbery

Journal Pioneer Staff
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ALBANY – Police have charged five people in connection with an armed robbery in the summer.

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On Aug. 17, East Prince RCMP responded to the call at a residence in Albany. The homeowner reported that several people in masks and carrying weapons entered his home, assaulted him and made off with a large sum of money.

Due to the severity of the crime, the Mounties’ Major Crime Unit was called in to investigate. Over a three-month period, police identified the five suspects who have since been charged with several offences, including robbery.

Charged are Dustin Noonan, 20, Nathan Noonan, 19, Alexander Payne, 20, and 21-year-olds Lyle MacDougall and Joseph Dugay.

Noonan will go to trial on Dec. 11, while the remaining four appeared in court on Nov. 29. Their cases were adjourned until Jan. 3, 2013 for pleas.

Geographic location: Albany

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  • Jimmy
    March 03, 2013 - 23:38

    Darcy you aren't very bright. Why is it fair game to rob drug dealers? All the violence associated with dealing drugs is because of idiots like this that think they are entitled to take from dealers. Go find a serious dealer who commits random crimes, I bet you won't find one, it's all from taking out idiots that think they are justified to just break into their homes, since most cannot get the police involved for obvious reasons. These punks think they are badass, just wait til they go to Springhill. I don't think the dealers there will like the guys who are there because they jacked a thousand bucks from a guy trying to do business. Yeah...$1000...lol I can probably name 50 small time crimes that will get you a slap on the wrist that will get you more than a thousand bucks, yet these morons decide to do a home invasion to divide that amongst 9 guys hahahahaha enjoy the pen boys.

  • Lou
    December 04, 2012 - 18:28

    Sorry to tell ya Darcy but he's not a drug dealer!! And by braking into someone's home is not a favor to the community... People should feel safe in there homes!!

  • marg
    December 04, 2012 - 17:45

    knowing the home owner that was assaulted, he graduated university and holds down a job. Nothing in the article states that there were drugs involved so don't accuse the victim when you don't know all the facts.

  • don
    December 03, 2012 - 10:15

    they will get time served and the rest on weekends or house arrest. the courts are mostly a joke.but the judges can only do what the government gives them.

    • darcy
      December 03, 2012 - 14:39

      your an idiot don , they will all get sufficient time , they robbed a drug dealer , if anything they were doing the community of Albany a favor