Three peo­ple charged with theft of a ve­hi­cle in Or­léans

Orleans Star - - LOCAL NEWS - Cather­ine.kitts@tc.tc Twit­ter @catkitts

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."

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