Adolescent thief charged
On February third, a 15-year-old male of Ottawa, the suspect of two bank robberies that occurred December 17, was arrested and charged. The suspect had first attempted robbery at a banking institution located in the 1300 block of Woodroffe Avenue but had left empty-handed. Later that day, he had succeeded in the robbery of an undisclosed amount of money at another banking institute in the 2200 block of Bank Street, this time producing a knife. There were no injuries as a result of these robberies. On February third, the young male was charged with two counts of robbery, two counts of wearing a disguise, and a single count of possession of weapon to commit an offence. He appeared in court this date. faced traumatic events. These teddy bears can be used as a distraction for the child from the stress and trauma. The Teddy Bear Tea Party was held for residents to enjoy tea and cookies with Ottawa Police officers and to present money to the Teddy Bear program. prescription drugs to the pharmacist. The man left empty-handed and was arrested a short time later by uniform patrol officers in the area. He was charged with attempted robbery and wearing a disguise and appeared in court on February 27.