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Article: Independent Free Press September 29, 2019

Former Halton Employee Seeks Dismissal Of Fraud Charges
The Sentencing of David Ohashi and David Norris, Found Guilty On Numerous Fraud-Related Charges, Has Been Put Off As Their Lawyers Put Forth A Joint Charter Application Friday.

Halton Region Corruption

(Subsequently, The Application Was Allegedly Withdrawn)

David Ohashi, P.Eng., a former manager with Halton Region charged with fraud, municipal corruption and more. - Torstar file photo

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Mr. David Norris, Sirron Systems Inc.

Halton Region Corruption

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Former Halton Employee Seeks Dismissal Of Fraud Charges

The Sentencing of David Ohashi and David Norris, Found Guilty On Numerous Fraud-Related Charges, Has Been Put Off As Their Lawyers Put Forth A Joint Charter Application Friday.

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The Independent Free Press - September 29, 2019 by Melanie Hennessey

The sentencing of two men, including a former Halton Region manager, found guilty on numerous fraud-related charges has been put off as their lawyers gear up to argue their clients' rights were violated.

Lawyers representing previous longtime Halton staffer David Ohashi and David Norris of Sirron Systems Inc. put forth a joint charter application in a Milton courtroom Sept. 27 that alleges improper conduct of the Crown before and during a recent six-week trial and seeks to have the charges stayed.

The case dates back to a 2015 police investigation, when it was alleged that Ohashi, a former manager in Halton Region's plant capital and engineering department, gained personal benefit by providing confidential information and advantage to contractors with whom he had personal relationships over the course of more than five years.

Following Ohashi's 2016 arrest, police were alerted to another Halton employee, Nicolas Rewa, who was found guilty of defrauding the region of approximately $770,000 through falsely awarding service contracts to Hamilton-based company Sirron Systems Inc.

 

Rewa was sentenced to three years in jail in July 2018.

Ohashi was charged with two counts of municipal corruption, two counts of accepting secret commissions, fraud under and over $5,000 and criminal breach of contract.

Norris was charged with fraud over $5,000, municipal corruption, accepting secret commissions, laundering proceeds of crime and property obtained by crime.

The matter was adjourned to give the Crown an opportunity to review the materials and formulate a position on the charter application.

The case will return to court on October 18.

Both Ohashi and Norris were remanded out of custody.

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