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OPP Criminal Investigation Into the Drowning of Jeremiah Perry

Friday, August 25, 2017
Categories: News Releases

On Monday, August 21, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) advised the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) that the investigation into the tragic drowning of Jeremiah Perry in Algonquin Provincial Park earlier this summer has become a criminal investigation.

The OPP has asked that the TDSB take a number of actions to ensure it does not inadvertently compromise the investigation including suspending its internal investigation and ceasing communications with Jeremiah’s family, witnesses and the media/public regarding the investigation.

The TDSB remains committed, as we have been throughout this process, to fully cooperating with the police investigation.


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