On March 25th, a 28 year old male was arrested by CBSA officers when he landed at the Ottawa International Airport. The male had a bench warrant issued for his arrest after he failed to attend court in 2017. The male had been charged with mischief and was given a court date to answer to the charge but never attended. The warrant was then issued, but the male was never located until his arrest in Ottawa.
On March 26th at 12:17 a.m. officers stopped a vehicle off of Parkedale Avenue. The vehicle was parked in a secluded area adjacent to closed businesses. Two parties were located in the vehicle, a 32 year old female and a 35 year old male. It was discovered that the female had a warrant out of Kingston for her arrest. The male provided a false name to police, but was later identified. The male’s reason for lying was that he had multiple warrants for his arrest. Both parties were arrested and searched. Officers located a quantity of crystal methamphetamine and subsequently charged them for being in possession of a controlled substance. The male was charged with an additional count of obstructing a peace officer and was held in custody. The female was turned over to Kingston Police.