UPDATED – Police Ask Public To Stay Away from PRINCE ALBERT (near Prince Arthur/Walton) in Cornwall Ontario – FEB 3, 2014

UPDATED – Police Ask Public To Stay Away from PRINCE ALBERT (near Prince Arthur/Walton) in Cornwall Ontario – FEB 3, 2014

prince arthur feb 3 2014 facebookCORNWALL Ontario – The CPS are asking the public to stay back from an ongoing investigation on PRINCE ALBERT Street (between Prince Arthur and Walton.

More details to follow.

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UPDATE 11:54 AM

Cornwall Police Service have confirmed that the situation is ongoing and that there is a stand off with a barricaded person.   They still has the public’s cooperation as they resolve their investigation.

CPS UPDATE 12:58 PM

BARRICADED PERSON

 

Cornwall, ON –  The Cornwall Community Police Service cordoned off a section of the City as a result of an incidentthat took place at a Prince Albert Street address over night. Police were called to an incident shortly after 1:30 a.m. in relation to a possible assault. As a result of the incident the Cornwall Emergency Response Team is assisting in maintaining a perimeter for the public safety. Negotiators are attending the scene to make contact with the possible suspect of the assault as he may have barricaded himself inside the residence.

 

For public safety, an outer perimeter has been established and The Cornwall Community Police Service is requesting that the public remain away from the area and nearby residents remain in their homes until further notified.

CPS UPDATE 14:30 PM

BARRICADED PERSON

 

Cornwall, ON – The Cornwall Community Police Service cordoned off a section of the City as a result of an incidentthat took place at a Prince Albert Street address over night. For public safety, an outer perimeter has been established and The Cornwall Community Police Service is requesting that the public remain away from the area and nearby residents remain in their homes until further notified.

 

The Cornwall Community Police would also ask that anyone that may want to return to the cordoned area of Prince Arthur Street to Louisa Street south of Montreal Road make alternate arrangements as police will not be leaving anyone re-enter the cordoned area until the matter has been resolved.

 

Arrangements have been made with Roxborough Bus Lines, Delaney Bus Lines and First Student that if any students were to be brought back to their residence within the cordoned area an alternate drop off and pick up location would be Nativity Hall.

UPDATE 3:15 PM

Flash grenades reported employed on scene of Barricades

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