Stolen ATV recovered, but other vehicles stolen in SDG

The SD&G OPP sign at detachment headquarters in Long Sault. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News

SOUTH DUNDAS — Police have recovered an ATV stolen from a Flagg Rd. business earlier this month.

SD&G OPP Const. Tylor Copeland says a County Rd. 2 resident discovered the abandoned unit Feb. 24 in a secluded area on their property.

The detachment returned the machine to the owner and continues to investigate.

Car stolen in Iroquois

IROQUOIS — A car was stolen overnight from a Dundas Street residence, Feb. 23

The SD&G OPP continue to investigate the theft of the silver 2009 Ford Focus bearing Ontario licence plate CCTJ629.

Car stolen in Crysler

CRYSLER — A car was stolen overnight from a Station Rd. residence, Feb. 25-26.

The SD&G OPP continue to investigate the theft of the red 2013 Hyundai Elantra bearing Ontario licence plate BPYD865.

Several charges for man after domestic situation in North Dundas

NORTH DUNDAS — A man is accused of assaulting and threatening his common-law wife, as well as causing damage to a North Dundas residence.

SD&G OPP officers arrested the 34-year-old resident of North Dundas after responding to the couple’s Feb. 24 domestic altercation around 10:20 a.m. that morning.

He’s charged with: assault; mischief; uttering threats; careless storage of firearm, weapon or ammunition (six counts); an unauthorized possession of a firearm

He was released and scheduled to appear March 20 in Cornwall court. His name has been withheld to protect the identity of the victim.

Halted at 168 km/h on Highway 417

SD&G — A 30-year-old Ottawa man immediately lost his vehicle and driver’s permit for seven days after being clocked at 168 km/h on Highway 417 through North Glengarry.

SD&G OPP officers intercepted the motorist Feb. 23 at just after 9:20 a.m. He was charged with stunt driving — a Highway Traffic Act section that imposes strict on-the-spot, week-long seizures of licences and vehicles.

A busy week for the SD&G OPP

SDG — Several SD&G OPP investigations were launched on the weekend after the detachment responded to 160 calls for service from Feb. 23 to Feb. 26.

Occurrences drawing the attention of police included: seven domestic disputes; twenty motor vehicle collisions; three neighbour disputes; break and enter occurrences; 27 calls for police assistance; eight traffic complaints and hazards; 13 traffic enforcement occurrences; eleven 911 calls; five alarm calls; one suspicious person calls; two mental health act calls; three community services occurrences; one drug offence related calls; one sudden death investigation; one sexual assault investigation; one unwanted person call; one trouble with youth call; seven prevent breach of peace calls; two landlord tenant issues; five RIDE checks; two stolen vehicle calls; one harassment call; and two fraud-related calls.


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