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Police mark third anniversary of hit-and-run fatality our lives. We have no closure. The person responsible for Michael’s death has lived without taking any responsibility for their actions. Michael always found the good in people, and it hurts knowing that someone out there committed this crime and has yet to come forward.”
Ottawa Police Services is still looking for the person responsible for the hit-and-run death of Michael Morlang, on a lonely night near Navan, three years ago. A $25,000 reward is still active for infor- mation which either will identify the driver or which will help police track down the person responsible for the fatal accident on Aug. 11, 2013. “We are asking anyone with information about the fatal hit-and-run that took the life of our son, Michael, to please come forward,” stated Brian Visneskie and KathrynMorlang, the victim’s parents, in a police press release. “We have not been able to move on with A Québec man could almost be a full doc- ket just on his own when his case comes up in provincial court in L’Orignal later in the year. Andy Mapp, 32, of St-Eustache, faces 18 charges under the Criminal Code and the Ontario Highway Act following OPP inves- tigation of an attempted theft of a wood- processingmachine froma private residence on Concession Road 5 in Alfred-Plantagenet Township. It all began Aug. 10 when police were called after midnight about a theft- in-progress. The caller had surprised the would-be thief in the act of driving off in a pickup truck with a Wallenstein model wood processor
about the accident. Whatever vehicle hit Morlang was not present at the scene when police and para- medics arrived. Based on forensic evidence and other information, police believe that the vehicle involved in the fatal accident was a GMproduct, model production range either between the 1997 to 1998 or 2003 to 2010 manufacturing periods. It had a dark red/burgundy paint color, typical for some makes of GM vehicles made during those production periods. More than 100 tips have come in to offi- cers assigned to the investigation during the past three years. Details of the reward offered are available at http://www.ottawapolice. ca/en/crime/resources/REWARDposter- Morlang.pdf. Anyone with information can contact Det. Lianne McAughey or Det. Nigel Emaman, OPS Collision Investigation Section at 613- 236-1222, ext. 2481 or the Crime Stoppers toll-free confidential tips line at 1-800-222- 8477.
Morlang, 30, was walking along Frank Kenny Road early in the morning of Aug. 11, 2013. Sometime between 5 a.m. and 5:30 a.m., between the intersections of Russell Road and Colonial Road, Morlang was hit by a vehicle and died as a result of his injuries. He was pronounced dead on the scene by emergency personnel responding to a call
Michael Morlang’s hit-and-run death remains an open case file. —archive photo
Long list of charges for theft case attached to it. The wood processor came unhooked from the pickup and ended up hitting a vehicle belonging to the caller. OPP patrols reported a 2003model white Ford pickup truck drive past a red light and stop signs at high speed. Const. Stéphanie Fortin-Provost intercepted the pickup on Front Road in nearby Champlain Township. He discovered through computer record check that Mapp, the driver, had a suspended licence and was in breach of past court-or- dered release conditions.
failure to stop at the scene of an accident, dangerous driving, failure to comply with a legal undertaking, failure to comply with a legal recognizance, and two counts of failure to comply with the conditions of an under- taking given by an officer in charge. He is also charged under the Ontario Highway Act with stunt driving, driving a vehicle with its licence plate improperly displayed, failure to stop at a red light, along with two counts of driving with a suspended licence, and three counts of failure to heed a stop sign. Mapp’s pickup truck was impounded for 45 days and he was kept in custody pending a bail hearing appointment at provincial court in L’Orignal.
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Mapp is now charged under the Crimi- nal Code with trespassing at night, theft of property valued over $5000, driving while disqualified, possession of burglary tools,
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