Impaired driving charges in three townships; cars impounded for excessive speeds on County Rd. 31

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

 Man, 21, charged with impaired driving in North Dundas

NORTH DUNDAS — A May Street traffic complaint prompted the arrest of a North Dundas man in his early twenties for alleged impaired driving.

Officers determined the driver to be under the influence of alcohol after they responded to the March 31 scene shortly after 10 p.m.

Jacob Schoenfeild, 21, was charged and released, according to the SD&G OPP. He’s scheduled to appear April 17 in Cornwall court.

 

Man, 20, charged with impaired driving in South Dundas

SOUTH DUNDAS —  A County Rd. 16 traffic complaint prompted the arrest of a South Dundas man in his early twenties for alleged impaired driving.

Officers determined the driver to be under the influence of alcohol after they responded to the March 31 scene shortly after 11 p.m.

Jacob GRAHAM, 20, was charged and released, according to the SD&G OPP. He’s scheduled to appear April 17 in Cornwall court. 

 

Man, 21, charged with impaired driving in South Stormont

SOUTH STORMONT — SD&G OPP officers arrested a North Glengarry man in his early twenties for alleged impaired driving in South Stormont during the wee hours of March 31.

Dylan Saunders, 21, was charged and released, according to the local detachment.

Officers determined the driver to be under the influence of alcohol as a result of the traffic stop carried out shortly after 2:25 a.m. on Highway 138.

The accused is scheduled to appear April 12 in Cornwall court.

 

Female, 38, breaches conditions

SOUTH STORMONT — A domestic disturbance prompted police to arrest a woman at a County Rd. 2 address.

SD&G OPP officers responded to the residence shortly before noon on March 31.

The 38-year-old female is charged with possession of a controlled substance plus two counts of failing to comply with previously imposed conditions.

She was held in custody pending a Cornwall bail appearance.

 

Shoplifting

NORTH GLENGARRY — A 62-year-old North Glengarry man is accused of shoplifting from a Main Street South business in that township. 

The SD&G OPP says it arrested Ronald Hutt, 62, after responding to the establishment on the afternoon of March 31.

Hut is charged with two counts of Theft Under $5,000 – Shoplifting, according to the local detachment.               

The accused was released and scheduled to appear May 2 in Alexandria court. 

 

Kenyon breach

 NORTH GLENGARRY —  SD&G OPP officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance on Kenyon Concession Road 1, shortly after 2 p.m. on March 31. 

A 54-year-old male was arrested. Facing two counts of failing to comply with conditions imposed earlier, the accused was held in custody pending a bail appearance at Cornwall court.

 

Domestic disturbance on Dundas Street, South Glengarry

 SOUTH GLENGARRY — A 24-year-old woman will answer to charges of Mischief under $5,000 and being Unlawfully in a Dwelling Housing after she allegedly entered and damaged her ex-spouse’s home in South Glengarry. 

SD&G OPP officers arrested the accused after responding to the Dundas Street address at 9:50 p.m. on March 31.

She was released to appear April 24 in Cornwall court.

 

South Dundas super speeders

 SD&G — Two speeders travelling Highway 31 in South Dundas ran afoul Ontario’s “stunt driving” law by exceeding the posted limit by more than 50 km/h.

SD&G OPP officers consequently impounded the motorists’ vehicles and seized their drivers’ permits for seven days. The on-the-spot measures apply in addition to costly stunt-driving penalties likely to be meted out in court later.

Both drivers were travelling at slightly more than 130 km/h on the county road with a posted limit 80 km/h, according to police.  The first, a 34-year-old man from Ottawa, was doing 131 km/h when police pulled him over at 1:34 p.m. on March 30. The other motorist was stopped at 9:43 p.m. the following day: The 61-year-old Mono, Ontario, woman’s speed was measured at  132 km/h.

Two more South Dundas super speeders were brought to a halt in the same period, within the 100 km/h zone on Highway 401. They included:

• A 52-year-old man from Brampton, Ontario, clocked at 160 km/h on March 30;

• A 32-year-old Saint-Lambert, Quebec, man, clocked at 161 km/h on March 31.

 

 

 

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