Arrest is made and shelter-in-place order is lifted in Wiikwemkoong FN


Further to the shelter-in-place order issued on Tuesday, September 27, in the Wiikwemkoong First Nation, an arrest has been made, according to Police.  See details from original story here.

On Wednesday afternoon at 3:12 p.m., the the Tribal Police Service advised in a Facebook post,

“There is no further risk to public safety,” adding that the suspect was in custody.

At this time, no further details are known and the Police have not shared details on the charges pending.

–with files from

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