Assault charges dropped against Carleton Place councillor

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Assault charges against a Carleton Place councillor have been withdrawn after a judicial pre-trial in a Perth provincial court on Tuesday. The charges against Coun. Doug Black stemmed from a Feb. 2 incident between Black and Carleton Place Mayor Louis Antonakos. The physical altercation allegedly happened in the town hall’s foyer, with other people present, and followed a […]

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