Suspicious Male – Clarence Street

Suspicious Male – Clarence Street

Suspicious Male – Clarence Street

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On Thursday June 22, 2018 just after 12:00 p.m. Brantford Police Service received a report of a suspicious male in the area of Clarence Street and Colborne Street. The male was seen walking in the area and openly consuming alcohol in public. Community Patrol Officers attended to the area where they located the male. As officers approached and started to speak to the male, he became aggressive and started to throw beer bottles at the officers. The accused was arrested without further incident. A 40 year old Ohsweken make is charged with Assault with a Weapon and Assault Police under the Criminal Code. The accused was held for a bail hearing.

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Justin Willson

Justin, from BCI, is a piper. Performs solo, Highland Games, special events, Rod Stewart, Remembrance Day and 4 weeks in August, Scotland, Edinburgh Tattoo. jmjwillson@gmail.com

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