Bobby Charbonneau sought by OPP after incident in Marathon

Ontario Provincial Police continue to search in the Marathon, Ont. area for a suspect involved in a dispute on Sunday morning after they advised residents to stay indoors.

Police say the man may be armed, ask residents to stay inside

Ontario Provincial Police have identified the man they are searching for in Marathon, Ont. after a dispute in the community on Sunday morning that led to an advisory to residents to stay indoors. 

He is 26-year-old Bobby Charbonneau of Marathon. OPP describe Charbonneau as tall, with a thin build and short, dark hair, last seen wearing dark-coloured clothing.

When officers arrived to a call at a residence yesterday, they learned that a man had left the home and might be armed.

Police continue today to advise people who live on Jackson Crescent and Hemlo Drive to keep the doors to their homes locked whether they area inside their residences or not, and to be aware of the location of their children at all times.

OPP say all available police resources have been sent to Marathon to help the local detachment, including the North West Region Emergency Response Team, the North West Region Canine Unit, the North East Region Emergency Response Team and the OPP Tactics and Rescue Unit.