Halton paramedic held in sexual assault, voyeurism case

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Halton Regional Police have arrested and charged a Halton Paramedic in relation to an incident which occurred inside an ambulance in October 2015.

Tad Nelson, 57 yrs of Dundas is charged with Sexual Assault and Voyeurism contrary to the Criminal Code in relation to an incident involving an adult female patient. The same suspect also faces two counts of possession child pornography that were laid in April of this year, following an Ontario Provincial Police child online exploitation investigation, which resulted in the arrest of 80 people.

It has been reported that Nelsoln was in the 2015 Sunshine List, which discloses the earnings of all public sector employees who made more than $100,000. He is listed as an Advanced Care Paramedic with the Regional Municipality of Halton. He has been employed by the Halton Region since 2000.

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If anyone has any additional information they are asked to contact Detective Constable Matt Cunnington at 905-465-8978 or Detective Constable Alanda Prescod at 905-465-8977 of the Halton Regional Police Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Unit or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).


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In another unrelated case , the Halton Regional Police Service arrested and charged Richard Hazel  (47) of Burlington with 7 charges including Fraud x3, Utter Forged Document x1 and Breach of POA Probation Order x3.

Since 2010, HAZEL has been doing electrical work and is fraudulently representing himself as a licensed electrical contractor. Hazel’s work has been confirmed to be faulty on numerous occasions. He is known to post ads on Kijiji in order to obtain electrical jobs. Hazel has been charged on numerous occasions, including under the Electricity Act, however police believe there may be other victims.

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The Halton Regional Police Service are urging consumers to verify the credentials of contractors and asking any citizens that may have been victimized by Hazel to come forward. – CINEWS

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