OPP lauds teamwork in arrest

Press Release

The Rainy River District OPP would like to extend its appreciation to its policing partners from Treaty #3 Police Services in the arrest last week of robbery suspect Josh Enns.
The OPP is proud to have a professional working relationship, and recognize that their agencies work effectively together to provide outstanding policing service across the district.
The OPP would like to commend the work of Treaty #3 Police officers in obtaining information that helped to locate and apprehend Enns.
The 22-year-old Fort Frances man was arrested by the OPP following a traffic stop on the 1200 block of King’s Highway here around 6:55 p.m. last Thursday.
He faces criminal charges, including robbery with a firearm, stemming from an incident at the local Canada Safeway gas bar back on April 10.
The assistance provided to the OPP during the arrest contributed to the overall level of safety of all involved.
“Our efforts in partnership [with Treaty #3 Police] is one that promotes both the safety of the officers and the public, produces positive investigative results, and effective policing for all of our communities,” said OPP detachment commander Insp. Steve Shouldice.
“A job well-done by all of the officers involved,” he added.