Russell OPP seek man who allegedly exposed himself in Casselman store

Russell County OPP have released these security camera images of a man suspected of an indecent act. The detachment seeks the public's help in identifying him.

CASSELMAN — Russell County OPP are looking for a man who entered a Casselman store and allegedly exposed himself while walking around.

Reported to the store owner by a customer who witnessed it, the indecent act occurred on the afternoon of Sunday, March 31 — although the detachment has just released images of the suspect this month.

The unidentified man left the establishment without incident.  He’s described as caucasian, 5’8″ to 5’10” tall, in his mid-40s, wearing a black jacket with grey t-shirt and jeans, glasses, goatee and brush-cut hair.

Anyone knowing his identity is asked to contact the Russell County OPP at 613-443-4499 or the OPP Communication Centre at 1-888-310-1122.

Historical domestic violence offences

RUSSELL COUNTY — Russell County OPP arrested a man April 30 for numerous domestic violence offences alleged to have taken place between March and April of 2019.

The 24-year-old Hawkesbury resident has been charged with:

• Assault – Spousal CC 266 (two counts);
• Mischief – destroys or damages property CC 430(1)(a);
• Criminal Harassment – repeatedly communicate CC 264(2)(b); and
• Uttering Threats – Damage Property CC 264.1(1)(b).

The accused is scheduled to appear May 29 in L’Orignal court.

Male charged for shoplifting

CASSELMAN —  A man has been charged following a shoplifting complaint at a gas station on Principale Street in Casselman.

A Russell County OPP officer responded to the April 29 call around 5:30 p.m. and determined that numerous items were stolen from the shelves inside the station.

The detachment says 26-year-old Mario Parent of The Nation Township has been charged with: Theft Under $5000 – Shoplifting CC 334(b); and Fail to Comply with Probation Order CC 733.1(1).

The accused is scheduled to appear May 15 in the Ontario Court of Justice in L’Orignal.

Motor vehicle collision leads to impaired charges

ROCKLAND — Russell County OPP officers have charged a motorist after responding April 30 to a single vehicle collision at a half past midnight on Poupart Road in Rockland.

During the investigation, the officers utilized the Approved Screening Device (ASD) on the driver and arrested Louise Cloutier, 65, of Bourget.

Cloutier was charged with alcohol-impaired driving, according to the detachment.

Subjected to an immediate 90 day driver’s license suspension and seven-day vehicle impoundment, the accused is scheduled to appear June 5 in L’Orignal court.

Male charged for driving while impaired by alcohol

CASSELMAN — A Cornwall man faces an alcohol-impaired driving charge after a May 1 traffic stop on Highway 417.

A Russell County OPP officer stopped the eastbound vehicle near the Casselman exit around 2 a.m.

During the investigation, the officer utilized the ASD on the driver, arresting John Kupczyk, 32, of Cornwall.

Subjected to an immediate 90 day driver’s license suspension and seven-day vehicle impoundment, the accused is scheduled to appear May 29 in L’Orignal court.

Embrun traffic complaint leads to impaired charges

EMBRUN — Russell County OPP officers responded to a traffic complaint on St-Guillaume Road in Embrun, arresting a South Dundas man on charges of driving while impaired by both drugs and alcohol.

The May 2 call occurred shortly before 6:30 p.m.

The detachment says that Scott Arthur Cowan, 29, of South Dundas is scheduled to appear May 29 in L’Orignal court. His driver’s licence was also immediately suspended and the involved vehicle impounded seven days.

Another Embrun traffic complaint leads to impaired charges

EMBRUN —  Russell County OPP officers responded to a traffic complaint in a mall parking lot on Notre-Dame Street in Embrun, arresting a North Stormont man on charges of driving while impaired by both drugs and alcohol.

The May 5 call occurred around 7:30 p.m.

The detachment says that Justin Kelm, 22, of North Stormont Township is scheduled to appear May 29 in L’Orignal court. His driver’s licence was also immediately suspended and the involved vehicle impounded seven days.

 

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