Trail man arrested on robbery charges

Trevor Isenor has been arrested on charges of robbery, break and enter and assault after a Saturday morning break-in.

Police were called to a robbery in progress at a Rossland Ave. apartment Saturday morning just before 11 a.m.

When the Trail RCMP arrived, they found a male who had been badly beaten and robbed, noted Sgt. Darren Oelke, from the Trail and Greater District Detachment, in a Tuesday news report.

Investigation into the incident lead officers to Trevor Isenor, 36, of Trail. Isenor was arrested on three charges – robbery, break and enter and assault causing bodily harm. He was held in custody for a Tuesday court hearing in Nelson.  Police continue to look for another male involved in the incident.

Melody Grace Hutchinson was arrested Friday night in Trail after charges of being Unlawfully at Large and a warrant were issued earlier in the month.

The 24-year old failed to serve a two weekend jail sentences after being convicted on Oct. 9 of a Castlegar theft. She has also been charged with Breach of Probation and Theft Under, said Oelke.

Hutchinson was held in custody pending a Tuesday court hearing in Nelson.

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