Woman charged in multiple west end residential break and enters

OTTAWA – Ottawa police have charged a cat burglar suspected in several west end residential break and enters.

“Ottawa Police Service (OPS) Break and Enter Unit Investigators charged a woman in relation to six residential break and enters that occurred in the west end of the city since Sept. 14,” the OPS released in a statement today (Nov. 13).

The woman entered homes through unlocked doors, during daytime and nighttime, and stole small valuables and credit cards. She used the cards afterwards to commit fraudulent purchases at nearby businesses.

Jamie-Lynn Pryor, 44 years old of Ottawa was charged with:

  • Breaking and entering to commit theft (six charges)
  • Possession of a stolen credit card (seven charges)
  • Using a stolen credit card (seven charges)
  • Breach of undertaking (eight charges)

Pryor appeared in court yesterday (Nov. 12).