Suspects turn themselves in

Two men wanted in a violent break and enter on Boxing Day in Kelowna, have turned themselves over to police.

The RCMP identified both of the suspects in late December and had requested warrants for their arrest.

However, according to Const. Jesse O'Donaghey, both suspects turned themselves in to the Kelowna RCMP detachment on Jan. 26.

Jarred Burrow, 34, and his brother Parker Burrow, 24, both of Cochrane, Alta., were taken into custody without incident.

They have since been released on bail with several conditions and are scheduled to reappear in court Feb. 18.

They face the following criminal charges in connection to the break-in on Dec. 26 at a home on Christleton Avenue:

  • Possession of a loaded firearm
  • Use of a firearm to commit an indictable offence
  • Break and enter to a dwelling
  • Assault with a weapon
  • Assault causing bodily harm
  • Uttering threats
  • Possession of a firearm, knowing its possession is unauthorized

At the time of the break and enter, O'Donaghey said police believed the suspects were known to the residents of the home and that the incident was a targeted event.


Comments are pre-moderated to ensure they meet our guidelines. Approval times will vary. Keep it civil, and stay on topic. If you see an inappropriate comment, please use the ‘flag’ feature. Comments are the opinions of the comment writer, not of Castanet. Comments remain open for one day after a story is published and are closed on weekends. Visit Castanet’s Forums to start or join a discussion about this story.

More Kelowna News

Recent Trending



Soft 103.9

Kelowna SPCA Featured Pet

Dori Kelowna SPCA >



Castanet Proud Member of RTNDA Canada