Ottawa police say they’ve arrested a person alleged to have arrange a sequence of small explosive units within the Centretown space over the previous few weeks.
Police stated Friday they began investigating a number of reported “detonations” within the space on Aug. 3.
No accidents had been reported in any of the incidents.
On Thursday, police had been known as to the 300 block of Centretown, the place a caller had reported a person had positioned “what gave the impression to be a small explosive gadget.”
Attending officers positioned and subsequently arrested the person.
“The selfmade units in these cases demonstrated the potential to trigger hurt to anybody in very shut proximity to the detonations,” police stated in an announcement Friday. Police wouldn’t present additional description of the units when requested.
Gordon Ahlstrom, a 51-year-old man from Ottawa, is charged with 5 counts of mischief/obstruction to property and 4 counts of desiring to trigger explosions/trigger harm or demise.
The suspect is scheduled to look in court docket on Friday.
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