A man who worked as a computer specialist for the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association (NLTA) is facing more criminal charges.
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Michael Tracey is led out of provincial court in St. John’s Tuesday after he was arrested for allegedly breaking into a residence and trespassing on private property.
Michael Tracey appeared in provincial court Tuesday.
He was taken back to jail until his next court date on Monday.
The 36-year-old was charged with break and enter and two counts each of trespassing at night and breaching court orders.
He was arrested about 3 a.m. Tuesday in the area of Stamps Lane and Freshwater Road.
The RNC’s street patrol officers were assisted by the K-9 and RNC forensics units.
Tracey also has outstanding charges, including impaired driving and malicious damage under $5,000.
However, according to CBC reports, a warrant has been issued in Calgary for Tracey on charges of fraud and identity theft.
Meanwhile, the NLTA said Tracey no longer has access to the association’s computer system.