Pair Wanted On Windsor Warrants Arrested In Eastern Ontario
Wednesday January 4th, 2017
Posted at 10:03pm
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A Windsor man and Chatham woman are in police custody after a chase on the 401.
OPP say it all started around 6pm on January 4th, 2017 after Quinte West OPP received information of a Toyota Camry travelling eastbound on Highway 401 with two occupants who were wanted on outstanding robbery arrest warrants from Windsor and Chatham–Kent.
Upon the suspects exiting Highway 401 at Marysville, officers from Napanee OPP attempted to the vehicle by activating their emergency lights.
The vehicle failed to stop, and a pursuit began.
While the suspect vehicle was northbound on Deseronto Road, Napanee officers and the vehicle was stopped.
Both parties were wanted for numerous offences stemming from a 12 week drug investigation. The original investigation commenced in September 2016 and resulted in numerous arrests, as well as the seizure of methamphetamine, prescription drugs and synthetic fentanyl.
Arrested in the Napanee Region regarding the Windsor warrants was Christopher Royal, a 31 year old male, and Jody Bouma, a 38 year old female, both of Windsor.
Royal faces Windsor charges of trafficking in a controlled substance-crystal methamphetamine, trafficking in a controlled substance-fentanyl, trafficking in a controlled substance-mdma, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle two counts of driving while disqualified times, and 12 counts of breach recognizance times.
Bouma faces harges of four counts of trafficking in a controlled substance-crystal methamphetamine, trafficking in a controlled substance-fentanyl, trafficking in a controlled substance-mdma, and two counts of breach probation.
Both Reaume and Bouma will eventually be returned to Windsor to face their charges, after OPP completes their ongoing investigation, which is in it’s initial stages.