Three Arrested and One Wanted for Two Separate Armed Robberies

Three local men have been arrested while another man is wanted by Kingston Police for his involvement in two separate armed robberies.

An arrest warrant was issued for Kevin William Harris, 36, following in investigation by the Kingston Police Major Crime Unit.

One of the robberies took place on February 18 at a residence on Nelson Street, where Police say the accused parties attended the victim's residence and kicked in his door.

The victim armed himself with a knife, and one accused yelled out for the others to shoot or mace him, while the victim yelled for a woman inside to call 911, and the three accused fled.

The other incident went un-reported, and took place on January 31.

William James Bryant, 31, was located in the passenger seat of a vehicle on Division Street on February 21, and arrested.

During a search, officers found a knife on the accused, a ski mask in his pocket, and a can of bear spray under the passenger seat.

Bryant has been charged with; robbery with a weapon, forcible confinement, assault with a weapon, use firearm to commit an offence, three counts of possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose, point firearm, and two counts of possession of a firearm while prohibited.

Tim Maguire, 23, was located at a residence on Nelson Street on February 22 and was arrested as he attempted to flee.

Maguire has been charged with robbery with a weapon, forcible confinement, assault with a weapon, use firearm to commit an offence, possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose, and point firearm.

On February 27 around 7:00 p.m., a third suspect, was arrested at a home on Van Order Drive.

Calder Morley Smith, 37,  has been charged with; robbery with a weapon, forcible confinement, assault with a weapon, use firearm to commit an offence, possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose, and point firearm, and possession of a firearm while prohibited.

Police say if anyone does spot their fourth suspect, Kevin William Harris, to call 911 and do not approach.