Two impaired charges in South Stormont; break-in targets N. Stormont business

An OPP Cruiser. Smith photo, Nation Valley News file

Impaired in South Stormont

SOUTH STORMONT — A South Stormont man is due in court later this month on impaired driving charges following his arrest at a Dec. 2 RIDE check on Cornwall Centre Rd.
Christoph Haller, 27, was under the influence of alcohol when stopped shortly after 2:30 a.m., according to the SD&G OPP.
The accused was released and scheduled to appear in Cornwall court Dec. 28.

Collision leads to impaired charges

SOUTH STORMONT — A County Rd. 2 collision during the wee hours of the morning led police to charge a 23-year-old man with impaired driving.
SD&G OPP officers responded to the reported Dec. 3 crash shortly before 1:15 a.m., where they arrested Drew McBride, 23, of Sault Ste Marie.
The accused was released and scheduled to appear in Cornwall court on Dec. 28.

North Stormont break-in

NORTH STORMONT — Currency and parcels were stolen from a County Rd. 9 business, sometime overnight on Nov. 30.
SD&G OPP officers responded to the reported incident the following morning.

Domestic investigation in South Stormont

SOUTH STORMONT — A 26-year-old South Stormont man faces charges of mischief and breaching his probation conditions following a Dec. 4 domestic situation at a South Stormont residence.
SD&G OPP officers responded shortly after 4 p.m. to the altercation between the man and his girlfriend. They determined that they accused had damaged property at the home in addition to contravening conditions imposed from a previous incident.
The accused was held in custody pending a bail appearance in Cornwall court. His name was withheld to protect the identity of the victim.

Excessive speed in South Stormont

NORTH STORMONT — An 18-year-old Richmond Hill woman saw her Highway 401 travels abruptly halted Dec. 1 when SD&G OPP officers clocked her speed at 154 km/h.
Under Ontario’s stunt-driving law, the vehicle was immediately impounded and her driver’s permit seized for seven days.
The on-the-spot measures apply when a vehicle exceeds the posted limit by 50 km/h or more.

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