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Clint found with a taser-type weapon

Thursday, February 07, 2013   by: SooToday.com Staff

CITY POLICE

NEWS RELEASE

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City Police arrested 18 year old Clint Cadreau of 28 Wellington St. E. on the 6th of February for possession of a prohibited weapon, breaching a court order and breaching a probation order. 

Mr. Cadreau was checked by patrol officers investigating a possible break and enter in the downtown area.

A taser type weapon was located on his person which resulted in the prohibited weapon charge.

His related court order prohibited Mr. Cadreau from possessing such a device.

He will be appearing in Bail Court later this morning.

If you have any information regarding these crimes, or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers at 705-942-7867 or 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), submit an e-tip from the Crime Stoppers’ website at www.saultcrimestoppers.com or text keyword SSM with your tip to 274637. Text STOP to 274637 to cancel. Text HELP to 274637 for help. Msg & Data Rates May Apply.

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hunti 2/7/2013 8:35:05 AM Report

Here we go again,breaching probation and breaching a court order.So what will happen,he will make bail and get more probation an absolute joke.It's pretty obvious that the court's don't mind having their face's slapped,because everytime someone has a breach that is exactly what these individual's are doing.They could care less what the court's say because there is no consequence.The court's need to crack down on people who breach,1 breach 6 months,2nd breach 1 yr,3rd breach 3yrs,these individual's would be thinking twice about breaching,and if this were the case you would'nt be seeing these individual's on here every 6 months in shit for something else cause they would be in jail.If the excuse for not putting them in jail is our jail's are full then take all the marijuana users out,that should leave plenty of room for the true criminals...
Mr. Poster 2/7/2013 8:39:21 AM Report

It is always the same names showing up. It is time for more jail sentences. These slaps on the wrists are not taken seriously by the accused.
Bad Dawg 2/7/2013 10:23:25 AM Report

It is a never ending cycle. There are so many options for them besides jail.... work farms, shoveling snow, cutting grass. It could be free labour for the city or province. Put those lil buggers to work all day then they won't have the energy to go and cause trouble
ehbcd2 2/7/2013 11:12:56 AM Report

That's how it works, these repeat offenders are the legal systems customers. If they lock them away for too long, they'll be out of work.
mallet 2/7/2013 11:16:33 AM Report

Bad Dawg...

I would say fine, but then you would have all the local businesses that do these sort of jobs crying foul. Also how do you make sure they turn up to do whatever job they have been ordered to? IMHO, the best thing would be to bring back a form of National Service, not necessarily combat but logistical, like say the old army pioneer corp, digging latrines, putting up tents, mostly just labour intensif work that combat troops spend so much time doing. But mostly for the disipline of "having to do what they are told to do", Ah but no-one would want that anymore, that's why they closed the farm/camp at Burwash...
GypsyLee 2/7/2013 11:20:02 AM Report

I have often wondered, if we could change our system, and elect judges like they do in the states.
rcssm69 2/7/2013 11:25:47 AM Report

That would be a GREAT idea!!!
bignickel 2/7/2013 12:07:43 PM Report

Putting them to work would violate their human rights.
We would have to pay them at least minimum wage plus continue their room and board and pay full benefits.
I wonder how many years they would need to serve to get a full pension.

Guess I'll pull my tongue out of my cheek now.
Moonshiner 2/7/2013 3:29:26 PM Report

Shoot him in the arse with his taser!
jojoe71 2/7/2013 7:45:34 PM Report

I wonder if his last name is related to another of the same name that was just in the news? Must run in the family.
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