Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada
OPP NEWS RELEASES** Traffic stop leads to drug charges
(Elliot Lake, Ont.) – In the early morning of November 29, 2006 at approximately 4:31 a.m., officers on patrol observed a vehicle on Highway 108 being operated at slow speed.
Traffic stop revealed a male driver being the sole occupant of the vehicle.
Investigation resulted in the following charges.
Charged with possession of cannabis and possession of property obtained by crime is:
Oscar Fernando MENDOZA-HERNANDEZ (26 yrs. old) of Elliot Lake.
Mendoza-Hernandez is scheduled to appear in court on January 2, 2007.
[Has the O.P.P questioned this guy's immigration status as to whether he's legally entitled to be in Canada? Hopefully, this question can be brought out in the wash during his court appearance on January 2nd......IF he has not already absconded by that time. If he fails to appear for his court appearance, then that may answer the first question.
Report ILLEGAL Immigrants*
If 26 yr. old Oscar Fernando Mendoza-Hernandez is a foreign "refugee" claimant...why is he living in 'no-jobs' Elliot Lake?
How does Mendoza-Hernandez support himself while living in Elliot Lake? Might it have something to do with his being charged with possession of cannabis and possession of property obtained by crime, or in less sanitized terms possession of "stolen property"? ]
Mendoza-Hernandez was arrested, yet AGAIN!… see HERE.
UPDATED to December 8, 2010
Mendoza-Hernandez arrested (for a 3rd time!!!)…..see HERE.
UPDATE: September 26, 2013
Oscar MENDOZA-HERNANDEZ was arrested by police for a 4th time (that we know of). He was caught-up in a drug sweep and charged with trafficking in a controlled substance – 1 count.
Editor’s Note: This Blog has been following Mendoza-Hernandez’s career criminal path since 2006 … so the pertinent question is: WHY IS THIS CONVICTED CRIMINAL STILL LIVING IN CANADA?? We have our own homegrown criminals; we don’t need to IMPORT them from 3rd World countries.
Here’s a brief tally of his charges by police over the years that we’re aware of: Possession of cannabis, Possession of property obtained by crime, Possession of Cannabis Marihuana, Obstruct Police, Fail to Comply, Aggravated assault, Assault with a weapon, Possession of weapons dangerous, Administering noxious substance, Failing to comply with a recognizance, Robbery, Trafficking in a controlled substance.
… and just a reminder to: REPORT ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
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