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Police recognize wanted man during theft investigation

Three others charged in unrelated incidents
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2017-11-03 Timmins Police Building MH
The Timmins Police Service building downtown Timmins. Maija Hoggett/TimminsToday

NEWS RELEASE
TIMMINS POLICE SERVICE
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The Timmins Police Service arrested four local persons on the strength of arrest warrants stemming from separate incidents over the weekend.

While attending at a theft in progress complaint at a Maple Street North address on Saturday, Sept. 14, a Timmins Police Service officer recognized one of the persons involved as being a person who is allegedly wanted on the strength of an arrest warrant issued by the Provincial Court in Timmins.

The person was interviewed by the officer while the validity of the warrant was being confirmed.

Once confirmed, Glen Sutherland, 38, of Timmins, Ont. was taken into police custody and held for a bail hearing slated for this morning at Provincial Court in Timmins to answer to the original charges laid against him.

That same day, a Timmins Police Service officer attended at the scene of a disturbance on Commercial Avenue and recognized a man involved as being a person who is allegedly wanted on the strength of an arrest warrant issued by the Provincial Court in Timmins.

The man was interviewed by the officer while the validity of the warrant was being confirmed.

Once confirmed, Chester Willimas, 40, of Timmins, Ont. was taken into police custody and held for a bail hearing slated for this morning at Provincial Court in Timmins to answer to the original charges laid against him.

While completing patrols of the downtown core on Sunday, Sept. 15, a Timmins Police Service officer recognized a pedestrian as being a person who is allegedly wanted on the strength of an arrest warrant issued by the Provincial Court in Timmins.

The person was interviewed by the officer while the validity of the warrant was being confirmed.

Once confirmed, Raine Inishinapay, 22, of Timmins, Ont. was taken into police custody and held for a bail hearing slated for this morning at Provincial Court in Timmins to answer to the original charges laid against her.

That same day, a Timmins Police Service officer attended at the scene of a disturbance on Pine Street South and recognized a woman involved as being a person who is allegedly wanted on the strength of an arrest warrant issued by the Provincial Court in Timmins.

The woman was interviewed by the officer while the validity of the warrant was being confirmed.

Once confirmed, Juanita Chakasim, 26, of Timmins, Ont. was taken into police custody and held for a bail hearing slated for this morning at Provincial Court in Timmins to answer to the original charges laid against her.

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