More than 20 charges against Dorozan brothers of Abbotsford

A total of 21 charges of break and enter have been approved against brothers Dane and Darwin Dorozan of Abbotsford.

Dane Dorozan (left) and his brother Dane have been charged with 21 counts of break-and-enter between them.

A total of 21 charges of break and enter have been approved against brothers Dane and Darwin Dorozan of Abbotsford.

The charges stem from crimes the pair have allegedly committed in Surrey, Langley and White Rock over the last several months.

Dane, 35, is facing two charges of break and enter and has been released on strict conditions, according to the Surrey RCMP. Darwin, 36, is currently in custody and is facing 19 charges of break and enter, one charge of possession of stolen property, and one charge of assault with a weapon.

The pair were arrested Aug. 15 following a residential break-in in South Surrey. Their next court appearance is Oct. 19 in Surrey.

Darwin has a long list of charges and convictions through the Lower Mainland, dating back to 1995, according to the provincial court database. His convictions include possession of stolen property, theft, possession for the purpose of trafficking, and break and enter.

Dane has previously been convicted of possession for the purpose of trafficking, and break and enter. He was most recently charged with drug possession charges last December in Abbotsford, with his trial due to begin Oct. 20 in Abbotsford provincial court.

A third brother, Dennis, 38, also has a criminal history, but was not charged in the latest offences. He was previously convicted of possession of stolen property, and break and enter.

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