Tires slashed in Morrisburg; another ATV stolen

An SD&G OPP cruiser. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News file


SOUTH DUNDAS — All four tires were slashed on a vehicle parked overnight at a Sir James Morris Drive residence, and the SD&G OPP is seeking the public’s help to solve the “disrespectful act” of vandalism.

The damage was inflicted on the Dodge Journey sometime between 1 and 7 a.m. on Feb. 18, according to the detachment, which continues to investigate.

Anyone with information is asked to call SD&G OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or, to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Another ATV stolen

SOUTH DUNDAS — An ATV was stolen from a Flagg Rd. business sometime overnight on Feb. 18-19.

The SD&G OPP continues to investigate the theft of the black and yellow Canam Outlander RMR two-seater. It was reported stolen Feb. 20.

Domestic investigation

NORTH GLENGARRY — A 54-year-old North Glengarry man stands accused of assaulting his wife with a weapon.

The unnamed accused faces three counts of assault and two counts of assault with a weapon after SD&G OPP officers responded to an altercation involving a married couple at a Kenyon Concession Rd. 1 residence, shortly before 5 p.m. on Feb. 20. According to the detachment, he assaulted the victim on multiple occasions and also struck her with a weapon.


He was held in custody pending a Cornwall bail appearance.

Assault, mischief


NORTH GLENGARRY — A domestic situation at a Main Street, North Glengarry, residence produced a response from the SD&G OPP and charges for a 29-year-old North Glengarry man.

Police say the man assaulted his wife and caused damage within the home during the Feb. 21 incident. Officers were summoned to the address shortly after 9 a.m.

The accused is charged with assault and mischief. He was released to appear March 6 in Cornwall court.

$500 donation to Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers

MAXVILLE — The Seaway Valley Crime Stopper Program recently collected a $500 donation from The Brethren of Glengarry Highland Lodge #418. SD&G OPP Const.Tylor Copeland accepted the Feb. 21 contribution on the organization’s behalf.

Copeland provided an overview of the local Crime Stoppers program and its ability in preventing and solving crime. Information was also shared to the group with the overall assistance to the public and Police Services of Canada and the USA that the program provides.

The officer accepted the donation from Brother John Hope and Brother John Thomas, Master.

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