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All about the little cut on Steve Waboose's lower body

OPP NEWS RELEASE ******************* Ambulance call ends in arrest and charges Batchewana First Nation, Ont.
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OPP NEWS RELEASE

******************* Ambulance call ends in arrest and charges

Batchewana First Nation, Ont. - Officers with the Sault Ste Marie OPP detachment ended up arresting a man over the weekend after being called to the Batchewana First Nation to assist the ambulance.

On Sunday 30 October 2005 at about 1 a.m. officers arrived at an apartment complex on Frontenac Street on the Batchewana First Nation after ambulance personnel were called to the same address.

Ambulance personnel were advised that that a man in one of the apartments was cut badly and fled the scene when the ambulance arrived.

Officers with Garden River detachment of the Anishinabek Police Service also arrived to assist in searching the area for the man.

He was eventually located, obviously under the influence of alcohol, on a nearby street but didn't appear to be in need of an ambulance.

A police check indicated that the man has several court orders not to possess or consume alcohol.

He did have on very small cut on lower body area but did not need any professional medical treatment.

Twenty-one-year-old Steven Waboose of the Batchewana First Nation was arrested for failing to comply with an undertaking.

He will appear in bail court this morning.

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