Group Of Teens Charged For Breaking Ontario's Stay-At-Home Order After Egging The City

The teens are facing 13 counts of mischief.
Toronto Staff Writer
Ontario's Stay-At-Home Order Was Broken By Group Of Teens Who Egged The City

A group of teens are facing numerous charges after disobeying Ontario's stay-at-home order over the weekend.

According to the Ontario Provincial Police, officers responded to numerous reports on Saturday about eggings in Cobalt and Temiskaming Shores.

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Preliminary inquiry showed that individuals in vehicles were throwing eggs at other vehicles, residences and businesses. Temiskaming Ontario Provincial Police

According to the release, the teens were spotted throwing eggs at multiple vehicles, as well as businesses and residences in the area. 

Police were eventually able to track them down in their vehicles that were parked on Highway 65 E, in the City of Temiskaming Shores. 

Six teenagers between the ages of 18 and 19 were arrested for the incident on the evening of January 23. 

All members of the groups were charged with mischief, alongside other charges of breaking stay-at-home orders. 

The later charge, which falls under the Reopening Ontario Act, comes with a hefty $880 fine

The group will appear at the Ontario Court of Justice on March 2, 2021.

Patrick John Gilson
Toronto Staff Writer
Patrick John Gilson is a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Ontario gas prices and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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