AROLAND NAPS OFFICERS ARREST VIOLENT COVID POSITIVE MAN
GERALDTON, ONTARIO ~~~~~ January 1, 2022 (LSNews) Hardworking Nishnawbe Aski Police Officers responded to a violent incident on Sunset Drive in Aroland last night, Friday December 31, 2021
Officers learned a woman & man had been assaulted
Officers identified a suspect who resisted arrest.
Officers arrested SAMUEL KASHKEESH and criminally charged him with:
- -assault causing bodily harm on Chantal
- -assault on Edward Missewace
- -resist arrest by NAPS Officers
- -breach of release order
NAPS Officers learned KASHKEESH is positive for Covid-19
There are 4 active cases of Covid-19 in Aroland right now and KASHKEESH is one of them
KASHKEESH spent the night in custody at the NAPS
KASHKEESH wa released by Justice of the Peace Patricia Clysdale Cornell today, Saturday January 1,2022 on $250 no deposit bail to reside in the basement of his parent’s home at 55 Sunset Drive and have no contact with victims.
His next court appearance is February 5, 2022 in Geraldton.
Aroland has approximately 700 band members, and approximately 400 live in the community. Within the extended community, most people live in Thunder Bay; while other people live in Geraldton, Longlac, Alberta, Timmins, Toronto, Ottawa, Guelph and Nakina.
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