Mendoza-Hernandez Arrested Again
O.P.P. News Release
(Elliot Lake, Ont.) On December 11, 2006 while members of the East Algoma O.P.P. (Ontario Provincial Police) were conducting a RIDE program at the corner of Highway 108 and Highway 17 a vehicle was stopped and the driver was charged with several offences.
Charged with Possession of Cannabis Marihuana, Obstruct Police and Fail to Comply is Oscar MENDOZA-HERNANDEZ (26 yrs.) of Elliot Lake.
MENDOZA-HERNANDEZ has been released and is scheduled to appear in court on January 2nd, 2007.
[This is the 2nd time in two weeks Mendoza-Hernandez has been arrested and charged with more criminal offences by the Elliot Lake O.P.P. --Refer to Post HERE.]
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UPDATE: December 8, 2010
Oscar MENDOZA-HERNANDEZ (30 yrs.) Arrested (yet again!!) for Robbery
Police received a call from a residence on Hergott Avenue in Elliot Lake advising that two men had entered the house and assaulted one of the occupants. At 6 p.m., an occupant of the house was surprised by a man who sprayed him in the face with a pepper spray.
Then using a baseball bat, the man began striking the victim on the head and body. A second male approached the victim and, also using a baseball bat, began striking the victim repeatedly.
The victim was able to flee, but was caught by the men, who contin- ued to strike him with the bats.
One of the men then removed money from the victim’s pocket.
The victim escaped to another residence, where police and ambu- lance were called.
The victim was transported to hospital by ambulance where he was treated for bruising and cuts to his head before being released.
The victim was able to identify to two men, who later surrendered to police without incident.
Oscar Mendoza-Hernandez, 30, from Elliot Lake, has been charged with aggravated assault, assault with a weapon, possession of weapons dangerous, administering noxious substance, failing to comply with a recognizance and robbery.
Also charged is 47-year-old John Purdue of Elliot Lake.
Purdue is charged with aggravated assault, assault with a weapon and possession of weapons dangerous. They were held in custody and sent to Sault Ste Marie for a bail hearing.