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Man charged in lock down at Oshawa schools
21 year old was allegedly seen forcing his ex-girlfriend into a car on Friday
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A Friday lock down at two colleges in Oshawa, has resulted in charges for a 21 year old man.

Both the Durham College and the Ontario Institute of Technology were ordered locked down late last week, after reports came in of a man who had allegedly forced his ex-girlfriend into a car.

A weapon was never found, and the lock down was lifted after a couple of hours.

However, Durham Regional Police now say a man was arrested at a motel in Scarborough, and has now been charged with forcible confinement and kidnapping.

He's also facing additional charges for mischief under 5 thousand dollars, theft under 5 thousand dollars, possession of stolen property and three counts of breaching probation.

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A Friday lock down at two colleges in Oshawa, has resulted in charges for a 21 year old man.

Both the Durham College and the Ontario Institute of Technology were ordered locked down late last week, after reports came in of a man who had allegedly forced his ex-girlfriend into a car.

A weapon was never found, and the lock down was lifted after a couple of hours.

However, Durham Regional Police now say a man was arrested at a motel in Scarborough, and has now been charged with forcible confinement and kidnapping.

He's also facing additional charges for mischief under 5 thousand dollars, theft under 5 thousand dollars, possession of stolen property and three counts of breaching probation.

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