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TIMMINS POLICE EXECUTE ARREST WARRANTS

The Timmins Police Service arrested 4 local residents on the strength of respective Arrest Warrants which were executed at the scene of 4 separate incidents that occurred over the weekend.

The Timmins Police were notified that the officers with a neighboring OPP detachment had taken a person into their custody based on the strength of a current Arrest Warrant held by the Timmins Police.

Once the validity of the warrant was confirmed, the subject was arrested by an OPP officer on May 8th.

Arrangements were coordinated and, as a result, Meghan GILL, 35, of no fixed address 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 charges resulting in the Arrest Warrant being issued.

In a separate incident that occurred during the afternoon hours of Friday, May 6th, while attending at a Vimy Street address in regards to a call for service, a Timmins Police officer recognized a young person present 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, a person who cannot be named in keeping with the stipulations of the Youth Criminal Justice Act was arrested on the strength of the warrant.

This person was released from police custody at a bail hearing at the Ontario Court of Justice on strict conditions including having to attend court on May 30th to answer to the charges laid against her.

In a separate incident that occurred during the early morning hours of Saturday, May 7th, while attending at a Birch Street North address in regards to a “suspicious person” call for service, the responding Timmins Police officer recognized one of the persons present 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, Charles SINOBERT-JEFFRIES, 36, of Timmins, was arrested on the strength of the warrant.

SINOBERT-JEFFRIES 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.

And lastly, a person named in a current Arrest Warrant held by the Timmins Police attended the police station on Sunday May 8th.

He was taken into custody based on the validity of the warrant being confirmed.

As a result, Patrick ETHERINGTON, 38, of Timmins, 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.