Uttering threats and weapons charges laid after Mill Street, Chesterville altercation

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NORTH DUNDAS — An altercation at a Mill Street, Chesterville, address concluded with the arrest of a Kingston resident on charges that include carrying a concealed weapon and possession of an imitation weapon, among others.

Police responded to the disturbance shortly after 7:15 p.m. on June 2, with area residents reporting a number of cruisers hurrying westbound down County Rd. 43 toward Chesterville that evening.

According to the SD&G OPP, the altercation involved several individuals — one of whom threatened a victim with “a weapon.”

A quantity of methamphetamine was also seized, according to the detachment, which reports the arrest of Tony Steacy, 28, of Kingston.

Police say Steacy is charged with:

• Possession of a controlled substance;

• Uttering threats – cause death or bodily harm;

• Possession of imitation weapon for dangerous purpose;

• and carry concealed weapon.

The accused was released from custody to appear Aug. 4 in Cornwall Court.


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