Side-by-side ATV stolen in South Dundas; man arrested twice for threatening ex-girlfriend within two days

SOUTH DUNDAS — An orange and white Arctic Cat Wildcat side-by-side ATV was stolen from a Cook Road property, taken sometime during the day on Oct. 8.

The SD&G OPP responded to the reported theft early that evening. The detachment supplied a photo of the missing machine (above).

Man accused of threatening ex-girlfriend a second time

NORTH DUNDAS — A man has been arrested twice within two days for separate incidents of allegedly threatening his ex-girlfriend.

The SD&G OPP initially responded Oct. 5 to a reported domestic situation at a North Dundas address, arresting a 35-year-old August Township man. Charged with two counts of uttering threats-damage property, the accused was released to appear Dec. 8 in Cornwall court.

However, he was arrested again when officers responded Oct. 7 to the same address, where the accused “returned to the victim’s residence and threatened the victim once again after entering the home unlawfully,” according to the SD&G OPP. He fled the location before police arrived, but officers managed to locate him a short distance away.

This second episode landed the accused with two more counts of uttering threats-damage property plus charges of break and enter, criminal harassment, fail to comply with undertaking and fail to comply with conditions of probation order. He was also held for an Oct. 8 bail hearing in Cornwall court.

Breaching conditions in South Stormont

SOUTH STORMONT — A 21-year-old Cornwall woman was charged Oct. 7 with failing to comply with conditions of an undertaking and conditions of a release order.

SD&G OPP officers arrested her after responding to a domestic call in South Stormont, where they found the accused to be in breach of those prior conditions.

She was held in custody pending a bail hearing Oct. 8 in Cornwall court.

Family dispute leads to charges for teen

SOUTH DUNDAS — A 17-year-old male faces a number of Criminal Code charges after SD&G OPP officers responded to a reported family dispute in South Dundas.

Responding Oct. 7 to the address shortly before 5 p.m., the detachment reports the teen damaged the family home, assaulted a family member with a weapon “and threatened the victim as well.”

The accused is charged with uttering threats – cause death or bodily harm; two counts of assault with a weapon; assault; and two counts of mischief – destroy or damages property.

He was released to appear Dec. 1 in Morrisburg court.

21-year-old South Stormont driver loses wheels, charged with stunt driving

SD&G — A 21-year-old South Stormont motorist immediately lost his vehicle and driver’s licence for seven days — and faces other penalties if convicted in court — after being charged with Stunt Driving in North Glengarry.

The SD&G OPP reports intercepting the male driver Oct. 9 as he travelled 144 km/h in an 80 km/h zone on County Rd. 34.

The tougher and immediate consequences of ‘Stunt Driving’ apply when exceeding the speed limit by 50 km/h or more.

 

 

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