Man, 35, arrested after warrant executed in Chesterville following traffic stop two weeks ago

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NORTH DUNDAS — A South Dundas man was arrested Friday in Chesterville, an action triggered by allegedly fleeing a traffic stop in Winchester two weeks earlier.

The SD&G OPP reports that William Nash, 35, has been charged with operating a motor vehicle while prohibited, plus 10 counts of failing to comply with conditions of a recognizance and four counts of failing to comply with conditions of a probation order.

Nash was arrested when the Community Street Crime Unit, Emergency Response Team, K9 Unit and officers with the detachment executed a Criminal Code search warrant at a Thompson Rd. address, Chesterville, on the afternoon of May 3.

That outcome followed the Winchester traffic stop, occurring just after 2 p.m. on April 16, from which a man had fled and eluded police.

The accused was held for bail and is slated to appear in Cornwall court today.

His arrest coincided with considerable social media interest in Chesterville, as several SD&G OPP cruisers were on scene when the warrant was executed at the modest home on Thompson Rd.

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