KEMPTVILLE – Police have arrested and charged a third suspect in relation to the suspicious death of Deepak Beaudoin-Reichmann.
Ottawa police arrested Kyle Robert Clermont, 20, of Ottawa Monday night without incident.
It comes a day after the O.P.P. released photos of the suspect they were looking to locate – one of three men seen in a silver pickup truck near the scene where Beaudoin-Reichmann’s body was found last month.
Clermont is facing charges of indignity to a human body and conspiracy to commit an indictable offence.
He will appear in a Brockville court today (Tuesday).
David Lojk, 26, and Matthew Benoit, 30, both from Ottawa remain in custody on the same charges.
The dumped body of Beaudoin-Reichmann from the Niagara Region was found near County Roads 18 and 20, east of Bishop’s Mills, on Oct. 14.
Police have performed an autopsy but have not released the cause of death.