Threats uttered at North Stormont business

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NORTH STORMONT — A North Stormont workplace saw the arrest of an employee who has been charged with threatening a co-worker.

Police responded to the Allaire Rd. business around 10:50 a.m. on June 29.

Charged with uttering threats, Nicolas Lauzon, 37, was held in custody pending a bail appearance in Cornwall, according to the SD&G OPP.

The incident was among the 535 calls for service handled by the SD&G detachment between June 26 and July 3.

Impaired charges

SOUTH DUNDAS — A June 26 traffic stop on County Rd. 1 led to the arrest of a driver for being under the influence of alcohol.

Pulled over shortly before 9:40 p.m.,  Janet Adams, 40, faces impaired driving charges, according to the SD&G OPP.  She was released to appear July 12 in Cornwall court.

Domestic situation reveals non-compliance

NORTH DUNDAS — A 55-year-old North Stormont woman is accused of not obeying conditions previously imposed upon her, following  a June 27 domestic situation in North Dundas.

Police arrested her after responding to the scene around 8:15 a.m.

Charged with failing to comply with conditions of an undertaking (three counts) and failing to comply with conditions of a recognizance, she was released to appear July 24 in Cornwall court.

Mischief charges for couple after domestic situation

SOUTH DUNDAS —  A 35-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman damaged each other’s property during a domestic dispute, and now each is charged with mischief. He faces two counts to her single charge, following the June 27 incident.

SD&G OPP officers arrested the couple after responding to the South Dundas address shortly before 7:40 p.m.

They are scheduled to appear July 10 in Cornwall court.

Domestic assault, forcible confinement  

SOUTH GLENGARRY — A 39-year-old South Glengarry man is accused of assaulting his girlfriend and preventing her from leaving the premises.

The SD&G arrested him June 27 after responding to a domestic situation shortly before 9:40 a.m.

Charged with assault and two counts of forcible confinement, he was released to appear July 24  in Cornwall court.

Charged with impaired, fails to pull over

SOUTH GLENGARRY — A Cornwall man faces a number of charges after a motorist attempted to flee police at high speed.

The June 28 incident unfolded when the motorist refused to stop for an SD&G OPP officer after a traffic violation on Highway 401.

The accused was ultimately intercepted on County Rd. 2 in South Glengarry and found to be under the influence of alcohol.

Police say they arrested Robert Longchamps, 24, who faces impaired driving-related charges as well as charges for dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and flight while pursued by peace officers. There’s also a Highway Traffic Charge for stunt driving — specifically for travelling 186 km/h in 100 km/h zone.

He was released to appear July 17 in Cornwall court.

Impaired driving charge in North Stormont

NORTH STORMONT — A County Rd. 12 traffic complaint led to the arrest of a North Stormont motorist for being under the influence of alcohol.

SD&G OPP officers responded to the scene shortly before 11:50 a.m. on June 29.

Police say Cynthia Sampson, 47, of North Stormont faces impaired driving charges.

She was released to appear July 12 in Cornwall court.

Fail to remain in North Dundas

NORTH DUNDAS — A single-vehicle collision on Baker Rd. prompted the arrest of a North Dundas motorist.

SD&G OPP officers responded to the June 29 scene shortly before 11:40 p.m.

Police say Jacob Schoenfeld, 22, of North Dundas faces a charge of failing to remain.

He was released to appear July 26 in Cornwall court.

Update: This news brief has been edited to reflect the corrected charge against the accused, as issued by the SD&G OPP in a new press release on July 6. The detachment initially reported the accused had been charged with impaired driving — as alleged by the investigating officers that evening. However, that charge “was not pursued do to the circumstances of the investigation,” says Const. Tylor Copeland of the SD&G OPP. The detachment says it “apologizes for the error” in the information disseminated on this case.

Domestic assault in South Stormont

SOUTH STORMONT  — A 40-year-old man is accused of the assault, attempted choking and forcible confinement of his girlfriend — charges stemming from a July 2 domestic incident.

SD&G OPP officers arrested him after responding to the scene around 10:40 a.m.

He faces a count of assault, two counts of forcible confinement, plus a charge of  overcome resistance by attempting to choke.

The accused was released to appear July 24 in Cornwall court.

Super speeder grounded on County Rd. 31

NORTH DUNDAS — Zipping through North Dundas Township at 155 km/h, a 20-year-old motorist ran headlong into the tough, on-the-spot penalties of Ontario’s stunt-driving law. When caught, super speeders exceeding the posted limit by 50 km/h or more have their driver’s permit immediately seized for seven days and their vehicle impounded for the same period.

SD&G OPP officers applied the measure June 29 after stopping the Fort Bay, Ontario, man at just after midnight on County Rd. 31, where the posted limit is 80 km/h.

But super speeders tend to be caught more often on Highway 401. A 53-year-old man from China fell into that category  July 2, when SD&G OPP officers clocked his speed at 168 km/h in the 100 km/h zone. He found himself without a vehicle and licence shortly after 8:30 a.m. that morning in South Dundas. Four other 401 motorists met a similar fate between June 27 and July 3.

 

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