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TIMMINS POLICE EXECUTE ARREST WARRANTS

The Timmins Police Service arrested 3 local residents on the strength of respective Arrest Warrants which were executed at the scene of 3 separate incidents that occurred over the weekend.

While responding to an “unwanted person” call for service at a Preston Street residence during the early morning hours of Sunday, January 2nd, a Timmins Police Service officer recognized the subject of the complaint as being a “wanted person” named in a current Arrest Warrant held by the Timmins Police.

Once the validity of the warrant was confirmed, the subject was arrested by the Timmins Police Service.

As a result, Richard MOORE, 41, of Timmins was arrested on the strength of the warrant.

He remains in police custody awaiting a bail hearing slated for today at the Ontario Court of Justice in Timmins to answer to charges resulting in the Arrest Warrant being issued.

Later that same morning, in a separate incident, a “disturbance in progress” call for service was received in the Pine Street North area.

A Timmins Police Service officer responded and located the subject of the complaint and recognized him as being a “wanted person” named in a current Arrest Warrant held by the Timmins Police.

Once the validity of the warrant was confirmed, the subject was arrested by the Timmins Police Service.

As a result, Richard HOOKIMAW, 39, of Timmins was arrested on the strength of the warrant and was charged with:

  • Enter Premises When Entry Prohibited contrary to the Trespass to Property Act

He remains in police custody awaiting a bail hearing slated for today at the Ontario Court of Justice in Timmins to answer to the charge laid against him.

In a separate incident that occurred during the early morning hours of Monday, January 3rd at a vacant Maple Street North apartment, a Timmins Police officer responded to a “suspicious person” call for service.

A Timmins Police Service officer responded and located the subject of the complaint.

The responding Timmins Police Service officer recognized the subject as being a “wanted person” named in a current Arrest Warrant held by the Timmins Police.

Once the validity of the warrant was confirmed, the subject was arrested by the Timmins Police Service.

As a result, Cynthia CAYOUETTE, 38, of Timmins was arrested on the strength of the warrant.

She remains in police custody awaiting a bail hearing slated for today at the Ontario Court of Justice in Timmins to answer to the charges laid against her.