SIU Approves Niagara Officers for Christmas Day Capturing

Ontario’s police watchdog cleared two Niagara Regional Law enforcement officials of any wrongdoing in a capturing on Christmas morning in St. Catharines.

On December 25, 2020, at roughly 1:30 pm, Hamilton police instructed their Niagara counterparts to be looking out for a suspect in a 30-year-old assault.

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At roughly 2:45 a.m., officers discovered the suspect’s automotive on Wansley Highway in West St. Catharines. They managed to cease it utilizing a cease stick.

The Particular Investigation Unit (SIU) says that the dialog befell exterior the automobile and the police used their weapons.

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The person was taken to the hospital for remedy.

A knife was discovered on the scene.

The SIU has decided that there isn’t a affordable foundation for believing that both officer has dedicated a felony offense in reference to the capturing.

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