News U-Haul driver up on charges related to smashing into OPP detachment SHARE ON: Bob McIntyre, staff Tuesday, Jul. 23rd, 2019 A U-Haul truck protrudes from the front entrance of the Cochrane OPP detachment. It smashed through early Tuesday night, July 22, 2019. (Tim Rout, MyKapuskasingNow.com staff) That incident last night in which a U-Haul rental truck smashed into the front door of the Cochrane OPP detachment has resulted in three criminal charges against the driver. The 45-year-old man from Mississippi Mills, about 50 kilometres southwest of Ottawa, is up on one charge of driving while prohibited, and two charges related to causing bodily harm. A member of the public who was in the front lobby of the building was seriously hurt. The driver is in police custody at least until a court appearance tomorrow. Officers from the Cochrane detachment are still responding to calls. Anyone looking for a criminal record check is being redirected to the Iroquois Falls detachment. It’s in Monteith, just off Highway 11.