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Ontario police seek possible child stalkerhttp://www.calgarysun.com/news/canada/2010/04/12/13560731-qmi.html


Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Suspiciious Man near Kids
Kincardine
by Manny Paiva 
 
Police are looking for a man who was spotted looking at children in Kincardine.

South Bruce OPP received a call just before 5 PM last Friday about a suspicious male parked in a gold minivan looking at children playing at Lions Park.

Witnesses say the man was in the minivan for an hour -- and had been travelling with a young woman in her 30's.

The suspect is described as being 5 foot 10 and skinny with blonde hair.

He was wearing a beige hat, orange shirt and jeans and had a necklace with a marijuana leaf on it.

Police say he was also acting strangely.

Anyone with information is asked to call South Bruce OPP or Crime Stoppers.
http://www.bayshorebroadcasting.ca/news_item.php?NewsID=15207


Suspicious motorists approaches youth
Date: May 06, 2009

Police say a woman driving a late-model gold coloured van offered to give a Wasaga Beach child a ride to school on Thurs., April 30.

The child did not know the woman, police say.

Const. Mark Kinney of the Huronia West OPP detachment says the incident happened around 9 a.m.

"This gold van stopped beside the youth who at the time was in the area of the pathway that connects Caribou Trail with Birchview Dunes Elementary School," Kinney said.

He said that thankfully the youth ran away and once at school, reported the incident.

"The members of the Huronia West detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police remind all parents to speak to your children about being safe while walking along our roadways," Kinney said.

He said that under no circumstances should youth ever enter someone's home or vehicle if they don't have parental permission to do so.

He added that youth should also travel with a buddy and avoid isolated routes. Parents should also make sure they know the route their child is taking, Kinney said.

Anyone with information about the above incident is asked to call the detachment at 429-3575. www.wasagasun.ca/wasagasun/article/135101


Friday, January 16, 2009
OPP Need Assistance With Sexual Assault Investigation
Corunna
by Dianne Colgan   
The Lambton OPP are looking for help in a sexual assault investigation.

A 28 year old woman got into a four-door, gold or beige coloured vehicle with a man travelling from Wallaceburg to Sarnia yesterday night.

A man described as being in his early 40's allegedly grabbed the woman inappropriately and made sexual advances towards her.

The woman was able to leave the vehicle on Murray Street in Corunna, where she found a nearby store and called the police.

The suspect is around 5 feet, 7 inches tall, with short dark hair and a moustache.

The OPP are asking for any witnesses or anyone with information to contact the crime unit or Crime Stoppers.
http://www.bayshorebroadcasting.ca/news_item.php?NewsID=9530


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N.B. woman recalls abduction, escape
Last Updated: Thursday, April 8, 2010 | 6:03 PM AT


A 22-year-old New Brunswick woman testified Thursday about how she was abducted from a pub last fall and abandoned in a gravel pit with a plastic bag taped around her head.

The man said, "Have a nice life," then drove away, she told the court.

The woman, who worked at the pub, testified in provincial court in Hampton during the attempted murder trial of Adrien John Lepage, 55.

Lepage pleaded guilty Feb. 2 to two charges of theft and confinement but not guilty to the charge of attempted murder.

The woman said there were only two customers playing video-lottery terminals on the Monday morning at the end of November when Lepage walked into the Barnwood Pub in Quispamsis, in southern New Brunswick, and ordered a half-rack of ribs and a rye drink.

She said he initially seemed nice as he ordered more drinks and food. But he then approached the bar and told her he had a gun and would blow her head off if she didn't give him the money in the cash register.

Wrapped in duct tape

She said he refused to take the $400 and told her to meet him outside, away from the pub's security cameras. The two left the pub together and she said he forced her onto the floor of his van and wrapped duct tape around her mouth, arms and legs.

He drove the van about 55 kilometres to a gravel pit near Lepreau.

When the van stopped, she said, Lepage put more duct tape across her mouth, eyes, arms and legs. She said he then draped a plastic shopping bag over her head and wound more tape around her head, from her chin to her eyebrows.

She said he dragged her from the van and dropped her on the ground. She was hyperventilating and unable to breathe.

She testified that Lepage then said, "Have a nice life," and drove away.

The woman described how she endured some panicky moments until she found a small opening in the tape to breathe through. She managed to free a hand and removed the bag from her head.

Once she freed herself, the woman walked to Highway 1 and tried to flag down a car. One vehicle stopped and left, then a second vehicle slowed and did not stop. Finally, two drivers pulled over to help her.

Lepage is expected to testify Friday.


Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/new-brunswick/story/2010/04/08/nb-lepage-court-248.html#ixzz0kY7IJjFh

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Body found by Brandon man
Global News: Wednesday, April 7, 2010 7:29 PM

Police in Brandon are investigating a gruesome discovery: a man found human remains on his land.

The property owner was walking his dog near 17th Street East when he made the grisly discovery.

Police say it appears to be a body of a middle-aged man -- which may have been there for more than a month.

The identity of the deceased and the cause of death are under investigation.

http://www.globalwinnipeg.com/story.html?id=2775273

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Ottawa / Tina Smithson 51 Missing (January 26, 2010) Pakenham
« on: March 11, 2010, 07:38:14 PM »
Missing woman sought near Pakenham
By KENNETH JACKSON, OTTAWA SUN
Last Updated: 26th January 2010, 12:29pm

Ontario Provincial Police are searching for a missing woman near Pakenham on Tuesday afternoon.

The search began Monday night when a person reported Tina Smithson, 51, may have fallen through some ice near 2993 10th Concession Rd. The area is off County Rd. 15 west of Pakenham and south of Arnprior.

Police told the Sun they were searching in the woods at the same address.

In a release, sent out moments later, police said Smithson last spoke to her husband, Raymond Smithson, on the phone around noon Monday.

They also said it's unknown what she was wearing or what direction of travel was taken.

"It is believed that she has left on foot from the residence, as her vehicle is still at the residence. She does not have her purse or any form of identification with her," said the release.

She is described as 5-foot-1 and 100 lbs.. She has short reddish/brown hair and a fair complexion.

http://www.ottawasun.com/news/ottawa/2010/01/26/12617781.html

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