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at the Bracebridge courthouse for the Charged in this case are Gravenhurst brothers Mitchell Jarvis, 29, and Nicholas Jarvis, 27, along with Jermaine Duffus, 35, of Mississauga following an armed robbery that occurred in a vehicle on Muskoka Road 118 in Bracebridge on the evening of Dec. Mitchell and Nicholas each face a charge of robbery using firearm, while Nicholas faces additional charges, including two counts of threaten death or bodily harm, two counts of pointing a firearm, discharge firearm, possession of a weapon and possession of prohibited weapon.
Duffus faces robbery using a firearm, two counts of threaten death or bodily harm, two counts of pointing a firearm, discharge firearm, two counts of careless use or storage of a firearm, possession of a weapon, carrying a concealed weapon, unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of a prohibited firearm and other weapon-related charges.
If you want to use photos from this website, please email me first for permission. - Department of Highways' Roadside Park and Campground at Marten River, located 35 miles north of North Bay. (Photo courtesy of Ontario Ministry of Transportation - © Queen's Printer for Ontario, 1940) - Completed Jumping Caribou Lake Diversion (Hwy 11) through the Temagami Forest Reserve in 1940.
The final Hwy 11 reconstruction project was completed between Marten River and Temagami during 1940.