Now described as ‘former’ North Dundas employee
NORTH DUNDAS — A North Dundas man has been removed from the township payroll after being charged with breaking into his former workplace — the Boyne Rd. landfill site — a second time.
Shayne Corey Reid Hill, 28, is alleged to have unlawfully entered the site sometime overnight on Sept. 18-19, according to the SD&G OPP. Officers responded to the reported incident at just after 2 p.m. the following afternoon. Arrested Oct. 2, Hill is charged with Break and Enter and Fail to Comply with conditions of an undertaking.
He was previously charged with break-and-enter and theft under $5,000 in connection with an after-hours burglary at the dump’s main building in July and was initially due in Morrisburg court Sept. 4 in that case. At the time, North Dundas waste management director confirmed the accused was a landfill worker who was off on sick leave. He remained in the employ of the township, though he was prohibited from returning to the premises at Boyne Rd.
North Dundas CAO Angela Rutley today described Hill as a “former township employee” in an email.
Nothing was taken in the latest alleged break-in.
Hill was held in custody pending a bail hearing in Cornwall court.
Sexual assault charges laid against North Dundas man
NORTH DUNDAS — A 62-year-old North Dundas man has been charged with six counts of sexual assault.
The SD&G OPP arrested the accused Oct. 3 after an investigation determined the man had sexually assaulted an adult female known to him.
Released to appear Nov. 13 at Morrisburg court, the man’s name is being withheld to protect the identify of the victim.
Chip stand break-in
SOUTH STORMONT — Mama Bear’s Chip stand was the victim of an overnight break-in.
The incident was reported to the SD&G OPP shortly after noon the following day, Oct. 1.
The thief or thieves took currency from the Highway 138 business.
Stolen Kubota and golf cart
NORTH DUNDAS — An orange Kubota RTV and a blue Cub Cadet golf cart were stolen from a Sandy Row Road business, sometime overnight Oct. 1-3.
Fraud charges laid in South Glengarry
SOUTH GLENGARRY — A 56-year-old South Glengarry woman is charged with fraud over $5,000.
Angela Zimmerman is accused of removing funds without authorization, from a victim who also resides in South Glengarry, according to the SD&G OPP, which began investigating the matter on Feb. 20.
The detachment reports arresting Zimmerman on Sept. 7.
She was released to appear Oct. 10 in Alexandria court.