14 "w lr) = =< m Milfon Canadian Champion | Thursday, October 3, 2019 | insidehalton.com : HALTON POLICE NAB SUSPECT IN MILTON BREAK-IN BRYAN MYERS firstname.lastname@example.org An arrest has been made in connection to a break-in at a Milton home on Sept. 23. The break-in occurred around 2 p.m. at a home on Steeles Avenue, near the es- carpment. Two men broke into the home and stole cash. A witness was able to pro- vide a vehicle description, a grey Chevy Impala, including a licence plate, and the follow- ing day, Halton Regional Po- lice Service officers executed a search warrant at a resi- dence in Toronto. Norman Dunkley, 39, of - Notice of Online Public Information Centre Highway 401 Expansion Project - Credit River to Regional Road 25 _ Toronto, was arrested. The accused is charged with committing break and enter. Police are still investigat- ing the identity of the second suspect. Anyone with infor- mation is asked to contact Det. Const. Simon Burden at 905-825-4747 ext. 2416. A Public Information Centre (PIC) is being held online through the Highway 401 Expansion Project website to enable you to review and comment on key Project works, the EA process, and the associated impacts and mitigation measures. The PIC is being hosted online to reach a wide audience that reflects the varied users of the Highway 401 The PIC-matérials will be available online starting October 17, 2019 and West Corridor Constructors (WCC) will host one-hour live question and answer (Q&A) sessions during the day. according to the following details: Where: Date: Q&A Times: http://401expansion-mississauga-milton.ca/ea-process/public-informatién-centre/ Thursday, October 17, 2019, from 9:00 a.m - 8:00 p.m. 10:00 am. - 11:00 a.m. / 1:00 p.m - 2:00 p.m. / 7.00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. More information on how to participate in the Q&A sessions will be available on the website. If you are unable to participate in the online PIC because of accessibility issues, a teleconference will be available for you at 1-855-327-6834 to listen to the presentation and ask questions. COMMENTS If you are unable to join one of the Q&A sessions above, you can still view the PIC maletius online and submit your comments to the Project Team through: e-mail: email@example.com telephone: 1-888-619-1665 (24-hour) project website: www.401expansion-mississauga-milton.ca Regional Road 25 * Ontario Street Progec: Lemats -- \Mderung to 10 Lanes w= w= Videnng 10 12 Lanes @ Bdge (New. Replace or Widen) Main Street Side Road § Hornby Road Steeles Avenue wn 0] wm wm ow - TOWN OF J MILTON & © Derry Road Trafalgar Road James Snow Parkway evard CITY OF BRAMPTON Winston Churchii Boy) CITY OF MISSISSAUGA Embleton Ay ag \ 1 ° 8 @ a g d i = The Highway 401 Expansion Project is approximately 18 km |oMEPEnd includes widening the existing six-lane configuration to a 10-lane or 12-lane Core-Collector system, including High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes. WCC hts been selected by the Ministry of Transpondtion (MTO) and Infrastructure Ontario to design, build and finance the Highway 401 Expansion Project. Information collected will be used in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act Except for personal information, all comments will become part of the public record. If you have any accessibility. requirements, please contact us. Des renseignements sont dispohibles en frangais en composant 1 888 619-1665. _ == Constructors -- B NEWS FORMER HALTON EMPLOYEE SEEKS DISMISSAL OF FRAUD CHARGES MELANIE HENNESSEY mhennessey@ metroland.com The sentencing of two men - including a former Halton' Region manager - found guilty of numerous fraud-re- lated charges has been put off as their lawyers gear up to argue their clients' rights were vi- olated. Lawyers re- presenting previous longtime Halton staff- er, David Ohashi, and David Norris of Sirron Systems Inc. put forth a joint charter applica- tion in a Milton court- 'room Friday, Sept. 27. The application alleg- es improper conduct of the Crown before and during a recent six- week trial and seeks to have the charges _ stayed. The matter dates back to a 2015 police in- vestigation, when it was alleged that Ohashi, a former man- ager in Halton Re- gion's plant capital and engineering de- partment, gained per- sonal benefit by pro- viding confidential in- formation and advan- tage to contractors with whom he had per- sonal relationships » over the course "of more than five years. Following Ohashi's © 2016 arrest, police were alerted to another Hal- ton employee, Nicolas Rewa, who was found guilty of defrauding the region of approxi- mately $770,000 Torstar file photo David Ohashi, a former manager with Halton Region charged with fraud under $5 000, municipal corruption and more. through falsely award- ing service contracts to Hamilton-based company Sirron Sys- tems Inc. Rewa was sentenced to three years in jail in July 2018. Ohashi was charged with two counts of mu- nicipal - corruption, two counts of accept- ing secret commis- sions, fraud under and over $5,000 and crimi- nal breach of contract. Norris was charged with fraud. over $5,000, municipal corruption, accepting secret com- missions, laundering proceeds of crime and property obtained by crime. The matter was ad- journed to give the Crown an opportunity toreview the materials and formulate a posi- tion on the charter ap- plication. The case will return to court on Oct. 18 to be spoken to. Both Ohashi and Norris were remanded out of custody.