Following the events in Ottawa yesterday, Garrison Petawawa closed Montgomery Gate and McCurry gate from 6 last night until 6 this morning. Public Affairs says that as of this morning there will be a 100 percent ID check for people coming on to base. Expect that there will be traffic delays.
A Renfrew father is facing charges after a child was seriously injured and admitted to hospital. Hospital officials alerted Family and Children’s Services after an injured child was admitted to hospital and the injuries were inconsistent with the explanation of the injuries. The 4-year-old boy was admitted to hospital on Sunday, and police were notified the next day. Following the investigation the child’s father, a 30-year-old man, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. He will not be identified to protect the identity of the boy.
It's a day off for some Petawawa students today. Both Pinecrest Public School and General Panet High School (Valour) will be closed Tuesday, Oct. 21 due to a heating issue. Renfrew County District School Board staff are working diligently to correct the situation.
A Pembroke man has been arrested and charged following an online child sexual exploitation investigation by members of the Ontario Provincial Police Child Sexual Exploitation Unit, the Upper Ottawa Valley OPP Detachment and the United States Department of Homeland Security. On October 10, 2014, OPP Child Sexual Exploitation Unit received information from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that an unknown individual was attempting to make arrangements via the Internet to sexually abuse a child. Further OPP investigation lead to the execution of a search warrant at a Pembroke residence on October 12, 2014 in which electronic devices were seized containing images of child sexual abuse. On October 12, 2014, police arrested 37 year old Derek Clayton JOYCE, of Pembroke and charged him with one count of Possession of Child Pornography and one count of Making Arrangement or Agreement to Commit a Sexual Offence Against a Child. He will appear in Pembroke ...
A Petawawa man is facing child pornography charges. Members of the OPP Child Sexual Exploitation Unit, Technological Crime Unit, the Upper Ottawa Valley OPP Detachment and Military Police Garrison Petawawa arrested and charged the man following a child pornography investigation. Police executed a search warrant at a Petawawa residence yesterday after receiving information that an individual was accessing and in possession of Child Pornography. A computer and related computer equipment pertinent to the investigation was seized which contained images and movies of child sexual abuse.32 year old Olivier Andre Larouche of Petawawa has been charged with two counts of Possession of Child Pornography and one count of Accessing Child Pornography. He's scheduled to appear in Pembroke court today.The investigation is continuing.
An Admaston Bromley Township man is facing several charges after more than 50 thousand dollars in silver coins and bars were stolen from a garage outside Renfrew on May 9th.
Renfrew OPP officers have charged 41 year old Marty Brownlee with break, enter, theft over $5,000, possession of stolen property over $5,000, and two counts of trafficking in stolen property under $5,000.
Renfrew OPP are taking part in a National road safety campaign this Thanksgiving weekend.
Operation Impact will focus on enforcement and education of the four main casual factors in motor vehicle deaths: distracted driving, speeding, impaired driving and not wearing a seat belt.
Passengers are also encouraged to speak up if a driver endangers their life through any dangerous driving behaviour.
Canadian Forces Housing Agency and4th Canadian Division Support Base Personnel Support Services and are hosting a Town Hall tonight for Garrison Residential Housing Unit (RHU) residents. The meeting will take place at Garrison Petawawa Troyes Theatre tonight at 6:00 p.m. Current and future planned projects to improve the quality of life in the RHU’s will be discussed. It will also be an important opportunity to find out more about the Radon testing that was conducted a year ago in the housing units. While all the results for Garrison Petawawa were within safety limits, residents should keep an eye out for a letter in the mail in the coming days which will inform you whether or not your house has been identified for further testing. The first of 2 sessions was held last night.
Canadian Soldiers Participate in Operation ANAKONDA
By Capt Eric Morrow & Capt Jeremy Mathews
Canadian soldiers from Oscar Company, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment took part in Exercise ANAKONDA-14. This Polish Armed Forces joint exercise ran from September, 24, 2014 to October, 3, 2014. Almost 12,500 personnel, including 750 soldiers from NATO Allied countries (Canada, Czech Republic, Estonia, Great Britain, Hungary, Lithuania, the Netherlands and the United States) participated in the exercise held throughout Poland's training areas.
Canadian soldiers worked with Polish airmobile forces to practice helicopter insertion drills using the Polish MI-8 helicopter. "This was an excellent opportunity to work with our Polish partners and learn from each other;" said Major Piers Pappin, the Operation REASSURANCE Land Task Force Commander. "The Polish and the Canadian forces have benefited from a number of joint training exercises over the last few years. This has helped improve our soldier's skills and ...
Killaloe OPP are looking for some help from the public in a strange investigation. On Saturday, police received a report that a live chicken was found at the gazebo in Barry’s Bay. The chicken had a noose around its neck and a message stating, 'Vote Dave. Vote Dave'. The chicken was captured and unharmed however, if anyone has information they're asked to contact the Killaloe OPP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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