NORTH DUNDAS — A Winchester residence suffered a daytime break-in sometime yesterday (Wednesday, May 29).
SD&G OPP officers were called shortly after 5:20 p.m. to the St. Lawrence Street address, where somebody had unlawfully entered the premises and stolen currency and electronics.
North Dundas driver goes 144 km/h in 80 km/h zone, passenger also arrested for violating release conditions
NORTH DUNDAS — A 30-year-old motorist was stopped for allegedly doing 144 km/h in an 80 km/h zone on Guy Rd. in the wee hours of the morning on May 25 — also triggering a cascade of legal troubles for a 41-year-old passenger in the vehicle.
The involved SD&G OPP officer immediately impounded the vehicle and seized the driver’s licence for the same seven-day period, as per severe Stunt Driving provisions in the Highway Traffic Act. Exceeding the posted speed limit by 50 km/h or more also carries the possibility of a $10,000 fine — if found guilty in court. That person’s identity was not revealed because it involved provincial offences alone.
The officer also arrested a passenger in the vehicle on grounds he was allegedly violating previous release conditions — after intercepting the duo at 2:41 a.m. that morning. According to the SD&G OPP, North Dundas resident Christopher Moore, 41, is charged with six counts of failing to comply with conditions of a recognizance and two counts of obstructing a peace officer.
Moore was held for a bail hearing in Cornwall.
Assault in North Glengarry
NORTH GLENGARRY — A Hawkesbury man is accused of striking another man at a Kincardine Street West residence.
SD&G OPP officers responded to the disturbance at the North Glengarry address shortly after 5:20 p.m. yesterday (Wednesday, May 29), arresting Brian St. Denis, 47, of Hawkesbury.
The detachment reports that St. Denis faces a charge of assault. He was released to appear July 10 in Alexandria court.
Vandalism spree torches South Glengarry mailboxes
SOUTH GLENGARRY — Multiple mailboxes were damaged and burnt sometime overnight, May 23-24, in South Glengarry.
The SD&G OPP says the vandals struck along Concession Rd. 8 and 2nd Line Rd.
Traffic stop finds driver contravening release conditions
SOUTH GLENGARRY — A teen was pulled over May 24 for a Highway Traffic Act violation on County Rd. 34 — and got arrested.
The SD&G OPP reports the officer discovered South Glengarry resident Dayton Sheney, 19, to be breaching his release conditions.
Facing four counts of failing to comply with conditions of an undertaking, the accused was held in custody pending a bail hearing in Cornwall.
Super speeders stopped in South Dundas
SD&G — Super speeders from North York and Montreal had their Highway 401 travels cut short in South Dundas when SD&G OPP officers clocked them exceeding the posted 100 km/h limit by more than 50 km/h. That threshold triggers the immediate seven-day seizure of the drivers’ permits and the impounding of vehicles for the same period. Those so charged also face a maximum fine of $10,000 if found guilty in court.
Suddenly left without wheels and licences May 26 in South Dundas were: a 22-year-old North York driver doing 152 km/h at 12:47 a.m.; and a 24-year-old Montreal driver doing 153 km/h at 8:30 p.m.