KEMPTVILLE — A man has been arrested after a June 4 police raid that netted marijuana plants, harvesting materials and cash.
Grenville County OPP and the OPP Community Street Crime Unit executed the search warrant on the County Rd. 18 residence at 9:45 a.m.
Police say that North Grenville resident Owen William Klatt, 49, is charged with:
- Production of cannabis marijuana;
- Production of cannabis resin;
- Possession of cannabis marijuana for the purpose of trafficking over 3 kilograms;
- Possession of cannabis resin for the purpose of trafficking under 3 kilograms;
- Possession of unmarked cigarettes;
- Possession of unmarked cigarettes for the purpose of sale.
The accused is scheduled to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice on July 4.
South Dundas break-in
MORRISBURG — The Morrisburg Golf Club lost a number of items to an overnight break-in last week.
The SD&G OPP say that tools, two weed eaters, a Toro Greens Master 1000 lawnmower, two-cycle gas cultivator, shop vacuum and battery charger were removed from a shed.
The incident was reported to police the following morning, June 4.
South Dundas family dispute
SOUTH DUNDAS — A 15-year-old female is accused of assaulting a family member and damaging property at her place of residence.
She was charged after SD&G OPP officers responded to a May 30 family dispute in South Dundas, shortly before 5 p.m.
Police say the teen is charged with assault, mischief under $5,000 and assault with a weapon. Her name can’t be released because of her age.
She was held in custody in advance of a bail hearing the day after her arrest.
Domestic mischief in North Stormont
NORTH STORMONT — A domestic situation in North Stormont led to the arrest of a 40-year-old man.
Police say he damaged the victim’s property during the May 30 incident. Officers responded to the scene shortly after 5:45 p.m.
He was released to appear June 26 in Cornwall court after being charged with mischief and failure to comply with his probation conditions.
Domestic mischief in North Dundas
NORTH DUNDAS — A domestic situation in North Dundas led to the arrest of a 55-year-old woman.
Police say she damaged property within the home during the May 30 incident. Officers responded to the scene shortly after 10 p.m.
She was released to appear June 26 in Cornwall court after being charged with mischief.
SOUTH DUNDAS — An ATV was stolen from a Flagg Rd. business during the wee hours of May 30.
Police say the 2017 white Canam Outlander machine disappeared between 2 and 2:30 a.m.
Jewellery taken in burglary
NORTH GLENGARRY — Jewellery, multiple men’s watches and cash were stolen in a May 31 burglary on McCormick Rd. in North Glengarry.
The SD&G OPP continues to investigate.
Impaired charges, Kenyon Street West
NORTH GLENGARRY — A traffic complaint on Kenyon Street West led to the arrest of a female motorist for driving under the influence of alcohol on June 1. SD&G OPP officers responded to the call shortly after 5:20 p.m.
Police say that Kimberley Alteen, 48, of Lachine, Que., is charged with impaired driving and exceeding the .08 percent blood-alcohol limit.
She was released to appear in Alexandria court on July 4.
Impaired charges, County Rd. 34
NORTH GLENGARRY — A traffic stop on County Rd. 34 led to the arrest of a male motorist for driving under the influence of alcohol on June 2.
He was stopped at just after 2:20 p.m.
Police say Jacques Delorme, 54, of South Glengarry, is charged with impaired driving and exceeding the .08 percent blood-alcohol limit.
He was released to appear July 4 in Alexandria court.
Charges in Alexandria break-in
NORTH GLENGARRY — A man and a woman have been charged in connection with a June 2 break-in at a Kenyon Street West business in Alexandria.
SD&G officers responded at just after 11 p.m. to the establishment, where a guitar had been removed. Shortly afterward, they located and arrested the accused pair.
Police say that Evan Bridson, 35, of Cornwall and Amanda Ross, 37, of North Glengarry are both charged with break and enter.
They were released to appear July 4 in Alexandria court.