An autopsy will be conducted in Toronto this morning to try to identify human skeletal remains.
The remains were located by the North Bay Police Service early Sunday evening in a wooded area off Gormanville Road.
The investigation is ongoing by Det. Cst. Ray Yelle of the Investigative Section of the police service.
Here is the balance of this morning's police report:
On Aug. 7 during the afternoon hours a woman attended the North Bay Police Station to make a complaint. Once there she became angry and spit at one of the officers. She was arrested and held for a bail hearing the next day.
Lee-Anne St. Pierre, 20, of McIntyre Street W, is charged with assaulting a peace officer.
YOUTH WITH BB GUN
On Aug. 5 during the late afternoon hours constables Steve Sproule and Randy Adair of the North Bay Police Service responded to a call in the Fisher Street area and located a 17-year-old male. This male allegedly was hiding in the bush shooting a BB gun across the road. He was arrested and charged with possession of a dangerous weapon and possession of marijuana. He is to attend court Sept. 14.
On July 20 during the afternoon hours a woman left her place of work in the downtown area and proceeded to Third Avenue W. She was approached by a male driver, who allegedly began speaking to her. She got her vehicle and this same unknown male blocked her vehicle and prevented her from leaving. Eventually this man left and the woman was able to contact police.
Cst. Helene Boisonneault, of the North Bay Police Service arrested a man Aug. 5 in relation to this incident.
Daniel BEAUDRY, 68, of Third Avenue W, is charged with criminal harassment and is to attend court Sept. 13.
On Aug. 6 at approximately 11:45 PM a man and a woman were in a parking lot behind the LCBO on Fraser Street when they were suddenly approached by a man wearing a balaclava. This same man then allegedly grabbed at the male victim and demanded his handbag. At this time this male held a handgun at the victim. This suspect then fled the scene with the handbag.
He is described as male, 5’5, 140 lbs. wearing dark pants and dark long sleeved shirt with a grey balaclava and spoke without an accent.
Any information should be left for Det. Cst. Aaron Northrup of the Investigative Section at 497-5583.
On Aug. 6 police attended Sand Dam Road north of the city and recovered the previously reported stolen white Dodge Caravan. Police found several boxes of tobacco and cartons of cigarettes near the vehicll. The property is believed to be from the break and enter at the Eagles Nest Confectionary on Highway 17 E.
On Aug. 4 a North Bay woman was contacted by a man on the telephone. This man advised her that he was an officer from her bank. He stated the bank suspected a fraudulent employee and that to catch this employee they would need her help.
She was told to attend her bank and withdraw almost $5000, hand it over to the “ bank officer” outside, and not tell anyone about it. She did this and later advised Police.
In fact this man did not represent any banking institution and the woman was defrauded of her cash.
This suspect is described as male white, 50 to 60 years old, 6’ tall with a thin build. He had short black hair and a pock marked complexion.
The North Bay Police Service would like to caution the public that they should never give anyone cash in this manner and once contacted by anyone purporting to be a bank officer demanding money, they should immediately contact their local police service.
BREAK AND ENTER
Between Aug. 7 and 8 thieves broke into an apartment in the 300 block of Fisher Street. They stole cash and an X-box with numerous games. Entry was gained through a window.
Anyone with information on this crime or any other is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 476-8477.