Two men plead guilty to break and enter

Two Simcoe men who were involved in stealing a plasma cutter and generator from a Redbud Crescent garage were sentenced recently in Simcoe’s Ontario Court.Jason Shaunne Everets and Jean Pierre Auclair were part of a trio involved in the Sept. 17 Simcoe break-in last year along with crimes from other dates.Everets, 43, pleaded guilty in January to unlawful entry and breaking probation orders in the case while at least six other charges from that day were withdrawn.He was ordered by Justice David Carr to make restitution of $1,314.Auclair, 35, was sentenced earlier, in November, and ordered to pay the same amount in restitution by Justice Robert Gee after he pleaded guilty to break and enter and charges of possession of break-in instruments and unlawful entry from another incident two weeks later.Gee gave Auclair credit for time served of 87 days and ordered that he return to jail for 33 more days and get counselling for substance abuse.Everets went on to plead guilty to several other 2018 crimes.From May 14, Everets pleaded guilty to two counts of uttering a forged document and breaking his probation orders.The following day he was found in possession of stolen property and pleaded guilty to that and to uttering a forged document.Four other charges from different dates in May were withdrawn but on May 24, Everets was again charged with uttering a forged document and pleaded guilty to that.He pleaded guilty to breaking court conditions on another date in September.Justice Carr gave him credit for time served of 159 days and sent him back to jail for three more weeks. read more