Spousal assault charge
NORTH DUNDAS – A 23-year-old man faces charges of spousal assault and domestic mischief after the SD&G OPP responded just after 8:15 p.m. to a reported domestic situation on Joseph Street on Nov. 15.
Police say their investigation indicated an altercation between an adult male and his girlfriend resulted in the female being assaulted, without injury, and damage to property.
The man was arrested, charged and released with a Nov. 29 court date in Cornwall. His name has been withheld to protect the identity of the victim.
Fleeing from police in South Dundas
SOUTH DUNDAS – A suspended driver attempted to flee police on County Rd. 16 in South Dundas, according to the SD&G OPP.
Just before 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 14, an officer tried to pull over a motorist who refused to comply. However, the driver was successfully stopped a short distance away when a he entered a Cook Rd. property.
Police say he resisted officers upon his arrest.
Russell Sullivan of South Dundas, 48, is charged with: Flight While Pursued by Peace Officer; Resist Peace Officer; and Driving While Under Suspension (Highway Traffic Act).
The accused was held in custody pending a bail appearance at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cornwall.
Theft at gravel pit
NORTH DUNDAS – Two batteries and fuel were stolen from a front-end loader parked at a North Dundas gravel pit.
Police say the items disappeared from the Lafleur Road property sometime between Nov. 11 and Nov. 15.
Drive while impaired by drug
SOUTH DUNDAS – A South Dundas man was recently charged for driving while impaired by a drug, according to the SD&G OPP.
Police say Cody Fluke, 18, was arrested after an officer intercepted a motorist on County Rd. 31, just before 11 p.m. on Nov. 12.
The accused was released and scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Morrisburg on Dec. 6.
Fleeing police in North Stormont
NORTH STORMONT – A motorist attempted to flee police through North Stormont but was ultimately stopped and discovered to be a disqualified driver in possession of an illegal substance, according to the SD&G OPP.
The event unfolded just after 11 p.m. on Nov. 2, when officer attempted to stop a vehicle for a Highway Traffic Act violation on County Rd. 9. The vehicle failed to comply until intercepted by officers on the same road.
Police say they seized a quantity of suspected methamphetamine and discovered the male motorist’s driving privileges had been suspended as a result of previous traffic offences.
According to police, Marc Longchamps, 36, of Russell is charged with: Fail or Refusal to Provide Sample; Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle; Flight While Pursued by Peace Officer; Possession of a Controlled Substance; and Driving while Disqualified.
The accused was held in custody pending a bail appearance in Cornwall court.
Breach of conditions
SOUTH STORMONT — A South Stormont man is alleged to have breached his previous release conditions by possessing an electronic device on Nov. 2.
SD&G OPP officers responded to Frost Avenue at 4:38 p.m., where they determined a male was in contravention of conditions imposed in connection with a previous incident.
William McDonald, 22, was arrested and charged with: Fail to Comply with a Recognizance.
He was held in custody pending a bail appearance at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cornwall.
NORTH STORMONT —At approximately 9:36pm on Nov. 2, the SD&G OPP responded to a reported domestic situation at a residence on Beaver Street in North Stormont Township, leading to charges against a 34-year-old Cornwall man.
Police allege the male assaulted the female and caused damage within the home.
The man was arrested and charged with: Assault; and Mischief.
He was released and scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cornwall on Nov. 29. Names have been withheld to protect the identity of the victim.
Anyone with information regarding the person(s) responsible for any incident should immediately contact SD&G OPP at 1-888-310-1122. For those wishing to remain anonymous, report incidents to CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-222-8477. Callers may may be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $2,000.