Wawa CAO Charged With Sexual Assault and Criminal Harassment

Wawa's chief administrative officer's been charged with sexual assault and criminal harassment.
A release from the Greater Sudbury Police Service says 58-year-old Christopher Wray of Wawa was arrested on Monday, July 23rd, charged with sexual assault and criminal harassment in connection to an investigation launched nearly two months ago.
That investigation stems from a complaint made on May 29th to Superior East Ontario Provincial Police, who forwarded the investigation to the Sudbury police, as the woman alleged an assault happened in Greater Sudbury in November 2016, and that the involved parties were known to each other.
No information has been given identifying the complainant.
Greater Sudbury Police have confirmed to JJAM FM News that Wray was released after his arrest on a promise to appear in court on August 29th.
They are also appealing for anyone with information about the alleged assault or about Wray to contact Greater Sudbury Police at 705-675-9171 extension 6638 or contact Crime Stoppers at 705-222-TIPS - 705-222-8477 - or online at www.sudburycrimestoppers.com
Reached on his cell phone - while out of town on vacation - Mayor Ron Rody refused to comment on the situation or whether any action has been taken, saying he was unaware of what was included in the release from Greater Sudbury Police.
Chris Wray has been Wawa's C-A-O/Clerk-Treasurer for most of the last two decades - he first arrived in Wawa in 1999, but resigned to be C-A-O for the Township of Muskoka Lakes in December 2012, though he was rehired by the Municipality of Wawa in May 2014.