Ottawa police need assist in figuring out party-goers who’re below legal investigation as a part of a raucous post-Panda Sport occasion in Sandy Hill over the weekend.
Massive crowds gathered in a number of Sandy Hill neighbourhoods close to the College of Ottawa on Saturday night after the Gee Gees downed the Carleton Ravens within the annual interuniversity soccer recreation earlier within the day.
A automotive was flipped on Russell Avenue and a person was assaulted as crowds turned “disruptive,” police stated in a press release.
The events have launched a sequence of legal investigations and drawn criticism from Mayor Jim Watson, Rideau-Vanier Coun. Mathieu Fleury, and uOttawa itself.
Watson met with Fleury and OPS Chief Peter Sloly on Monday in regards to the incidents, which the mayor referred to as “utterly unacceptable” and “idiotic and immature behaviour.”
Ottawa police have set up a website with a series of photos scraped from social media in hopes of figuring out 13 people concerned within the night’s occasions.
Anybody with info is requested to name police at 613-236-1222 ext. 5166. Nameless ideas could be submitted by way of Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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