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OPP CHARGE TWO PERTH MEN AFTER TRAILER THEFTS

OPP CHARGE TWO PERTH MEN AFTER TRAILER THEFTS

Lanark County – Officers from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU) assisted by the Lanark County Detachment Crime Unit and the OPP Regional Support Team (RST) have charged two men as a result of an ongoing investigation into a series of thefts.

Since the beginning of July 2017, officers from Lanark County Detachment (OPP) responded to a series of calls reporting thefts of trailers, All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) and construction equipment.

The two men were arrested on Saturday 17th July 2017.

Sacha BABIN (53 years) of the Town of Perth is charged:

One (1) Count                       Possession of Property Obtained by Crime (over $5,000)

Contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada.

One (1) Count                       Possession of Schedule 1 Drug.

Contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

BABIN was released to appear at the Provincial Court in the Town of Perth.

Dustin CUTMORE (32 years) of the Town of Perth is charged:

Two (2) Counts                      Possession of Property Obtained by Crime (over $5,000)

Two (2) Counts                     Trafficking in Stolen Goods (over $5,000)

CUTMORE was held in custody pending a Bail Hearing at the Provincial Court in Perth.

At the time of his arrest CUTMORE was currently charged with:

One (1) Count                         Theft (under $5,000)

Contrary to the Criminal code of Canada.

The charge followed result of an investigation by Lanark County OPP uniform patrol officers of a report theft of diesel fuel in Tay Valley Township on Tuesday 11th July 2017.

CUTMORE was also currently charged:

One (1) Count                         Flight while Pursued by Police.

One (1) Count                          Fail to Appear at Court.

Both offences contrary to the Criminal code of Canada.

One (1) Count                         Trafficking in a Schedule 1 Drug

Contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

The charges were laid after an incident in the Town of Perth on Saturday 29th April 2017.

The investigation led to the recovery of one flatbed trailer, and one enclosed trailer containing construction equipment valued at approximately $13,000.

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