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article imageCol. Russell Williams facing additional charges

By KJ Mullins     Apr 29, 2010 in Crime
Belleville - Col. Russell Williams, the former base commander of Canadian Forces Base Trenton alleged to have murdered two women late last year, is now facing 82 additional charges.
The Major Case Management Team, led by Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Criminal Investigations Branch, working jointly with Belleville Police (BPS), Ottawa Police (OPS) and the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service (CFNIS) laid out 82 new charges against 46-year-old Russell Williams, of Tweed, Ontario on Thursday, April 29.
Williams is now facing the addition charges of:
Belleville Police Jurisdiction
2 counts break, enter and theft
Ottawa Police Jurisdiction - All within the Fallingbrook area
23 counts break, enter and theft
3 counts break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence
8 counts attempt break and enter
Tweed/OPP Jurisdiction
36 counts break, enter and theft
7 break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence
3 counts attempt break and enter
On February 7, 2010 Williams was arrested for the murders of Jessica Lloyd and Marie Comeau. The additional charges stem from an extensive review of unsolved crimes relating to homicides, missing persons, sexual assaults and break and enters within the Ottawa, Belleville and Tweed jurisdictions.
Williams remains in custody.
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