Niagara man arrested after threatening emails sent to Hamilton City Council members
A Niagara man is facing a criminal harassment charge after police say he was making threats to Hamilton City Council members.
Over a two week period, a Hamilton councillor says they received several threatening emails. Police haven't said how many additional councillors may have been targeted at this time.
The NRP and Hamilton Police teamed up for the investigation, and have now arrested a 36 year old man.
If you have any information that you believe could assist Police with this investigation you are asked to contact Detective Constable Andrea Kuruc by calling 905-546-4861 .
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