South Stormont man charged with sexual assault; weapons and property seized in N. Dundas

The SD&G OPP sign at detachment headquarters in Long Sault. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News

SOUTH STORMONT —  A 45-year-old South Stormont man has been charged with Adult Sexual Assault.

His Nov. 14 arrest followed an investigation by the SD&G OPP.

The accused — unnamed to protect the victim’s identity — was released to appear Jan. 22 in Cornwall court.

Stolen vehicle investigation yields charges for teen

SOUTH GLENGARRY — The reported theft of a vehicle from a County Rd. 18 residence in South Glengarry led to the arrest of a young man.

Police say Jonathan Ranger, 18, was located after the vehicle was allegedly taken without consent shortly after 4:10 a.m.

The South Glengarry resident faces a charge of Adult Take Motor Vehicle without Consent and Adult fail to Comply with Sentence, according to the SD&G OPP.

The accused was released to appear Jan. 9 in Alexandria court.

Weapons and property seized in North Dundas

NORTH DUNDAS — Two men and a woman, all from North Dundas, were arrested as a result of an Oct. 25 police raid that turned up multiple power tools, ammunition, crossbows and an air pistol handgun.

The Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU), Emergency Response Team (ERT) and SD&G OPP officers executed the Criminal Code Search Warrant, seizing the items at a Timmins Rd. address.

According to the detachment, Philip Moyes, 37, is charged with: Careless use of firearm, weapon, prohibited device or ammunition; plus four counts of Fail to comply with conditions of a recognizance. Moyers was released to appear Dec. 4 in Morrisburg court.

Misty Hamelin, also 37, was taken into custody and transported to the Ottawa Police Service, which had a warrant out for her arrest.

Three days later, on Oct. 28, the CSCU arrested Nathan Tibben, 25, of North Dundas, according to the detachment.

Tibben is charged with: Careless storage of firearm, prohibited device or ammunition; and three counts of Possession of a firearm or ammunition contrary to probation order. He was released to appear Dec. 4 in Morrisburg court.

Impaired in North Dundas

NORTH DUNDAS — Police charged an Ottawa woman with alcohol-impaired driving after conducting a traffic stop on Maple Ridge Rd., Nov. 15.

SD&G OPP officers pulled the vehicle over shortly before 8:10 p.m. in response to a traffic complaint.

They arrested arrested Tiffany Ann Huibers, 37, of Ottawa, according to the detachment. She was released to appear Dec. 4 in Cornwall court.

Impaired in South Dundas

SOUTH DUNDAS — An Oct. 23 traffic stop led to alcohol-impaired-driving charges for a South Dundas man.

The SD&G OPP reports arresting Trevor Bradford, 32, after stopping him just after midnight on County Rd. 8 that evening. He was released to appear Nov. 13 in Morrisburg court.

South Stormont break-in

SOUTH STORMONT — Alcohol and a welder were stolen during an overnight break-in at a South Branch Road business in South Stormont, Oct. 23-24.

The SD&G OPP was alerted to the incident the following morning.

Stolen van

NORTH STORMONT — Somebody stole a van from a Union Street business in North Stormont.

The SD&G OPP was alerted to the theft shortly after 9 p.m. on Oct. 25. The white 2005 GMC Savana bore Ontario licence plate AV78029.

Domestic investigation in South Stormont

SOUTH STORMONT — A 43-year-old Cornwall woman was arrested and charged Oct. 26 with assaulting her husband.

Her arrest followed an SD&G OPP domestic investigation in South Stormont.

Unnamed to protect the identity of the victim, she was held in custody pending a Cornwall bail hearing.

Domestic investigation in North Dundas

NORTH DUNDAS — A 56-year-old North Dundas man was arrested and charged Oct. 28 for multiple assaults on his ex-girlfriend.

His arrest followed an SD&G OPP domestic investigation. He faces a charge of Assault with a weapon plus two counts of Assault.

Unnamed to protect the identity of the victim, he was released to appear Nov. 13 in Cornwall court.

 

 

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