NAPS Makes Arrests in Sandy Lake

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nan NAPs Nishnawbe-Aski Police Unit NAPSSANDY LAKE FN – On June 8, 2014, the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Sandy Lake Detachment began an investigation into a reported Break and Enter of a residence.

The investigation revealed that four people had forced their way into a residence where they committed several acts against the law including forcible confinement, robbery, and assault.

Twenty-six (26) year-old Joseph Angus Mamageesic of Sandy Lake First Nation has been charged with three counts of Assault with a Weapon, three counts of Forcible Confinement, three counts of Robbery, Break & Enter, and Mischief Under $5,000.00.

Twenty-six (26) year-old Andy Sterling Linklater of Sandy Lake First Nation has been charged with three counts of Assault with a Weapon, three counts of Forcible Confinement, three counts of Robbery, Break & Enter, Mischief Under $5,000.00, and Fail to Comply with Undertaking.

Twenty-seven (27) year-old Leslie Kakegemic of Sandy Lake First Nation has also been charged with three counts of Assault with a Weapon, three counts of Forcible Confinement, three counts of Robbery, Break & Enter, and Mischief Under $5,000.00.Twenty (20) year-old Cory Kakekapetum of Sandy Lake First Nation has been charged with three counts of Assault with a Weapon, three counts of Forcible Confinement, three counts of Robbery, Break & Enter, and Mischief Under $5,000.00.

Mamageesic, Linklater, Kakegamic, and Kakekapetum were remanded into custody on June 9, 2014, in Kenora, Ontario.

Mamageesic, Linklater, Kakegamic, all remain in custody until a pending court date. Kakekapetum was released on conditions which includes residing in Kenora, Ontario.

Sandy Lake First Nation is approximately 600 km northwest of Thunder Bay.