Impaired With a Revolver

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(MISSSISSAUGA FIRST NATION, ON)- On February 23, 2019, shortly after 6:00 a.m., members from the East Algoma Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a family dispute at a residence on Old Highway 17 on the Territory of Mississauga First Nation.

Investigation determined that an intoxicated male attended his mother’s residence and began to argue with her. The argument escalated to where the young man began to throw property in the residence causing damage to the walls. The male then left in a car towards Highway 17.

Police observed the car travelling eastbound on Highway 17 and turn onto Park Road, Mississauga First Nation driving in an erratic manner where a traffic stop was initiated. The officers determined the male had consumed alcohol, was a suspended driver and an arrest was made.

The vehicle was towed and impounded for seven days.

As a result of the investigation, Kamar MARTIN-GILLETTE, 18 years of age from Mississauga First Nation, Ontario was charged with:

Operation While Impaired-Blood Alcohol Concentration (80 plus), contrary to section 320.14(1)(b) of the Criminal Code (CC);
Operation While Impaired- Alcohol and Drugs, contrary to section 320.14(1)(a) of the CC;
Unauthorized Possession of a Prohibited or Restricted Firearm, contrary to section 91(1) of the CC;
Occupant of Motor Vehicle Knowing there was a Firearm, contrary to section 94 of the CC;
Breach of Firearms Regulation-Transport Firearm or Restricted Weapon, contrary to section 86(2) of the CC;
Possession of a Firearm Knowing Serial Number has been Tampered With, contrary to section 108(1)(b) of the CC;
Possession of a Firearm, Prohibited or Restricted Weapon Obtained by Crime, contrary to section 96(a0 of the CC;
Possession of Proceeds of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5000, contrary to section 354(1)(a) of the CC;
Carrying Concealed Weapon, contrary to section 90 of the CC; and with
Driving While Under Suspension, contrary to section 53(1) of the Highway Traffic Act.

The accused appeared before the Ontario Court of Justice in Sault Ste Marie on February 26, 2019.

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