Forcible confinement charge in North Dundas

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

Assault, mischief, forcible confinement

NORTH DUNDAS — A 36-year-old North Dundas man faces charges of assault, mischief and forcible confinement in connection with a Sept. 1 domestic disturbance.

SD&G OPP officers arrested him after responding to the address around 11:30 a.m. Police say the accused assaulted his wife, damaged her property and prevented her from leaving the residence.

He was released to appear Sept. 11 in Cornwall court.

The incident was among 246 calls for service occupying the SD&G OPP’s attention Aug. 31 – Sept. 4.

Assault charge and more in domestic disturbance

SOUTH STORMONT — A 34-year-old South Stormont man is accused of assaulting his girlfriend.

He was arrested when SD&G OPP officers responded to a Sept. 2 domestic disturbance in South Stormont shortly before 3:40 a.m.

Police say the accused also damaged the victim’s property and breached previous release conditions.

Scheduled to appear in Cornwall court, he’s been charged with assault causing bodily harm, mischief and fail to comply with probation order.

He was held in custody pending bail.

Driving impaired by drug

SOUTH DUNDAS — A North Dundas man has been charged with drug-impaired driving after a single-vehicle rollover on County Rd. 31.

SD&G OPP officers responded to the collision scene shortly before 6:35 a.m. on Sept. 2. Their investigation found the driver to be under the influence of a drug.

Arrested was Robert McIntyre, 36, of North Dundas, according to the local detachment, which reports his charges as: drive a motor vehicle while impaired by a drug; and fail to comply with conditions of an undertaking (two counts).

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

17-year-old charged in break-ins

WINCHESTER — A 17-year-old male has been charged with break-ins at Winchester’s Fred Street, Christie Lane and Annable Rd. area.

Alcoholic beverages, coolers, jerry cans, frozen meat and two mountain bikes were stolen overnight from several garages and sheds, according to the SD&G OPP. The spree was reported to the detachment on Aug. 24.

Four days later, on Aug. 28, the Community Street Crime Unit arrested the teen in connection with the break-ins. He can’t be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (JCJA).

Police say he’s charged with break and enter (five counts); possession of property obtained by crime; fail to comply with conditions of an undertaking; and fail to comply with probation (10 counts, under the  YCJA).

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

Wanted North Dundas man arrested

SOUTH DUNDAS — Police picked up a wanted local man on Aug. 29.

The SD&G OPP Community Street Crime Unit arrested North Dundas resident Brandon Elliott, 29, shortly before 5:30 p.m., according to the local detachment.

Police say he was contravening conditions imposed from a previous incident and that he’s charged with two counts of fail to comply with recognizance.

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

Impaired charge in South Glengarry

SOUTH GLENGARRY — A South Glengarry man faces impaired driving charges after a traffic stop on Cedar Grove Rd.

SD&G OPP officers pulled the motorist over at 9:50 p.m. on Aug. 29.

Police say that Allen Vialette, 57, of South Glengarry was driving under the influence of alcohol.

He was arrested and released to appear Sept. 18 in Cornwall court.

Slew of 401 super speeders lose vehicles, licences in SDG  

SD&G — Ten Highway 401 super speeders ran headlong into the on-the-spot penalties of Ontario’s stunt driving law on Labour Day weekend while motoring through Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.

From Indianapolis, Ill., to Toronto, the involved motorists immediately lost their drivers’ licences and vehicles after exceeding the 401’s posted 100 km/h limit by at least 50 km/h. The seven-day licence seizures and vehicle impoundments are just the first consequence — with potentially thousands of dollars in fines and other penalties still be exacted if found guilty in court.

Those intercepted by the SD&G OPP on Highway 401 included:

• Aug. 31 – 2:04 p.m. (South Dundas); vehicle stopped traveling 158km/h, male driver  (31) from Quebec;

• Aug. 31 – 11:15 p.m. (South Glengarry); vehicle stopped traveling 170km/h, male driver (27) from Toronto, Ontario;

• Sept. 1 – 1:50 p.m. (South Stormont); vehicle stopped traveling 155km/h, male driver (18) from Pointe-Claire, Quebec;

• Sept. 1 – 10:06 p.m. (South Dundas); vehicle stopped traveling 215km/h, male driver (20) from Ontario;

• Sept. 2 – 1:01 a.m. (South Glengarry); vehicle stopped traveling 179km/h, male driver (31) from North York, Ontario;

• Sept. 2 – 2:16 a.m. (South Stormont); vehicle stopped traveling 183km/h, male driver (20) from Ontario;

• Sept. 2 – 6:37 p.m. (South Dundas); vehicle stopped traveling 153km/h, male driver (74) from Indianapolis;

• Sept. 3 – 1:21 a.m. (South Dundas); vehicle stopped traveling 164km/h, male driver (21) from Quebec;

• Sept. 3 – 12:04 a.m. (South Glengarry); vehicle stopped traveling 161km/h, male driver (37) from Sainte-Genevieve, Quebec;

• Sept. 3 – 12:04 a.m. (South Glengarry); vehicle stopped traveling 161km/h, male driver (37) from Sainte-Genevieve, Quebec.

Mischief in South Glengarry

SOUTH GLENGARRY — A 55-year-old Cornwall man faces a mischief charge in connection with a Sept. 1 domestic disturbance.

SD&G OPP officers arrested him after responding to the South Glengarry address shortly before 10 p.m. Police say he damaged to the victim’s property.

The accused was released to appear Sept.25 in Cornwall court.

Scroll down to share this article. Scroll down to search nationvalleynews.com. Scroll down to comment.