Accusations retirées

Dans le numéro du 18 du Reflet-News du 18 février, il était question d’accusations déposées par la Police provinciale de l’Ontario concernant Lysiane Lautru de la région de Casselman, pour conduite avec facultés affaiblies, notamment. Il s’avère que la Couronne n’a pas donné suite à ces accusations. Il n’y a donc aucune charge qui pèse contre cette dame.

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Police need help to identify human remains

Ontario’s chief coroner and the OPP are trying to determine whose remains were found in the Five Counties region just be- fore the Easter weekend. The OPP detachment for the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glen- garry received a report April 17 of hu- man remains found on Steen Road near the Thompson Road intersection near Winchester. A preliminary examination has confirmed they are human remains but the identity of the deceased and the cause of death is still unknown as of press time. The remains have been turned over the Oshawa office of the Ontario Chief Coroner’s department for a post-mortem examination. Meanwhile the SDG OPP Crime Unit investigation continues under the direction of Assistant Inspector Jim Gorry. Anyone with information that might help with the investigation can call the SDG OPP office at 613-534-2223 or toll- free to 1-888-310-1122. Licence to scan Catching people driving without a proper licence in Eastern Ontario will be a little easier for the OPP now. The OPP East Region office announced the arrival of four new patrol cars equipped with the Automated Licence Plate Recognition system (ALPR). This makes five such vehicles patrolling high- ways and byways in the east region now. The ALPR targets vehicle licence plates recorded with any serious traffic record complaint active or pending and also whether the owner of the vehicle licence plate has a licence suspension or other related issue, including if the vehicle is reported missing or stolen. Stolen I.D. A burglar with an eye for collectibles and personal identity information hit a home in The Nation municipality. Const. Alain Potvin is seeking informa- tion to help find the person who broke through the front door into a County Road 3 home in broad daylight April 9. A coin collection, some jewellery, and seve- ral documents containing personal infor- mation were taken. Anyone with information can call Const. Potvin at the Hawkesbury OPP de- tachment at 613-632-2729 or the CrimeS- toppers confidential tips line, toll-free, at 1-800-222-8477.

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