Three people charged with theft of a vehicle in Orléans
On Sept. 15, in the early hours of the morning, the Ottawa Police Service responded to a call of persons breaking into vehicles in the area of Bourcier Dr. in Orléans. Patrol Officers responded to the area and three males were subsequently arrested and searched. Property from vehicles in the area was found on their persons and through investigation, information revealed that they were responsible for the theft of a vehicle in the area that occurred the same evening. Hamza Bouh Ali, 18-years-old, of Ottawa, and two male young offenders were charged separately with four counts of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000, one count theft over $5000, four counts of attempted theft, one count of possession of break-in instrument, one count of theft of a motor vehicle. Bouh Ali was also charged separately with two counts of Breach of recognizance and one count of Obstruction of a peace officer. One of the young offenders was also charged separately with one count of YCJA breach probation and one count of Obstruction of a peace officer. The Ottawa Police Service would like to remind the public to lock their car doors to help prevent this type of crime and to report anything suspicious in their neighbourhood. charges in connection to a weekend swarming. On Sept. 14, at approximately 1:35 a.m., a lone male victim, age 27, was travelling aboard an OC Transpo bus when he encountered two suspects. Following a verbal exchange on the bus, the two suspects followed the victim off the bus at the Despite cold weather and some hiccups with equipment, over 150 people arrived at the junction of Scully Way and Mulder Avenue to help usedottawa.com celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the X-Files.
"It went really well," said Lisa Higgs, who was the brains behind the operation and a longtime fan of the show. "All the people who showed up were really dedicated."
Although Higgs says most who came to take photos with the intersection named after the shows two main characters, and to take in a film that was based on the same storyline as the TV show, were from Orléans, some came from far Riverside Transit Station. At that point, the victim was assaulted and the suspects walked away. The victim encountered the suspects again on the second level of the platform at which point he was assaulted a second time and had various items taken from him. The two suspects were arrested at the scene by Ottawa Police and OC Transpo Security officers. During the course of arrest, one OC Transpo Security officer was spat upon by one of the suspects. The same suspect to join in the party – including one gentleman from Chicago.
Another guest, who had worked on the series in Vancouver, did a Q & A session about the behind the scenes life of the X-Files, which Higgs said was an "unexpected treat"
Fans relived favourite X-Files memories, while organizers handed out prizes and sold later damaged an Ottawa Police vehicle. victim sustained minor injuries. The Robbery Unit has charged two suspects. Andy Randell, age 24 of Navan, was charged with a single count of robbery. He was released from custody and appears in court on Oct.3, 2013. Bryan Hedderson, age 18 of Ottawa, was charged with robbery, assaulting a peace officer, and mischief under $5,000 and was held for court on Sept. 15.
The movie snacks. A professional photographer was set up to snap photos of fans with the now infamous street signs.
"I’m so happy," said Higgs. "It was so great to meet those XFiles fans and realize I’m not the only nerd in the city who would get excited about taking a picture with those signs."