Officers cleared of any wrongdoing
The S-I-U says it has concluded its probe into the death of a
56-year-old man in northeastern Ontario. The police watchdog says
there are no grounds to charge any O-P-P officer with a criminal
offense after the March 28th incident in Mattawa. The S-I-U says officers
went to a home after getting a call about a suicidal man with a weapon.
They secured the area and tried to contact the man by phone but
were unsuccessful. Hours later, officers heard a loud bang inside the home
and found the man dead in a bedroom with a gunshot wound to the chest.
with files from Canadian Press
North Bay OPP reporting a routine traffic check resulted in one man’s arrest. It happened on Sunday on Valois Drive in Mattawa. OPP say the driver was prohibited from driving for life due to countless criminial driving convictions. 37 year old Kyle Debassige of M’Chigeeng, Ontario, West Bay Reserve was arrested. His vehicle was also impounded for 45 days.
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