Two suspects sought in Winchester booze theft; man arrested for S. Stormont fraud; boy, 13, in hot water for fake 9-1-1 calls

Police have released this image of the suspects involved in the break-in at the Winchester LCBO.

Winchester LCBO break-in

NORTH DUNDAS — Two males got away with multiple bottles of vodka and rum after breaking into the Winchester LCBO during the wee hours of April 2.

But the booze thieves left their images behind on the store’s video camera system. The SD&G OPP describe the first suspect as wearing a red hoodie underneath a black jacket and also wearing gloves. The second suspect wore blue gloves as well as a navy blue winter jacket with a white stripe across the chest area and white writing on the arm.

Officers responded to the scene of the break-in a little after 1:20 a.m.

Fraud charges laid

SOUTH STORMONT — A South Stormont man faces fraud-related charges.

SD&G OPP officers picked him up for allegedly breaching his release conditions on the evening of April 2. The resulting investigation also determined he had used false cheques to obtain funds, according to the local detachment.

Police say that Christopher Sabourin, 26, of South Stormont is charged with: Use, deals, acts on forged document; Fraud under $5000; and Fail to Comply with Recognizance.

The accused was held in custody pending a bail appearance in Cornwall court.

Public mischief

SOUTH DUNDAS — A 13-year-old boy faces three counts of public mischief for falsely dialling 9-1-1 from a Morrisburg business.

The SD&G OPP reports that several fake calls were placed with the emergency service. Officers arrested the youth after responding to the Main Street address at 4:30 p.m. on April 4.

He was released to appear in Cornwall court on May 10.

 

 

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