No charges to be laid against police in two Timmins deaths

Ontario’s police watchdog, the Special Investigations Unit, says there will be no criminal charges will be laid against Timmins Police Service officers following the deaths of two Fort Albany First Nation residents in two separate incidents over a year ago.

The SIU is a civilian law enforcement agency that investigates incidents of death, serious injury or sexual assault allegations involving police officers, and determines if a criminal offence has been committed.

Separate investigations into the deaths of 62-year-old Agnes Sutherland and 21-year-old Joey Knapaysweet on February 3, 2018 in police-related incidents included dozens of witnesses, from officers involved and civilians.


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