Teen ar­rested af­ter egging house

Kingston Whig-Standard - - NEWS -

Kingston Po­lice have laid mul­ti­ple charges against a 16-year-old af­ter he was caught egging a home, re­veal­ing a his­tory of ha­rass­ment of a fam­ily who live on the same Kingston street.

On Nov. 5, at ap­prox­i­mately 3:15 a.m., the com­plainant was wo­ken up by a loud bang at an up­stairs win­dow. The win­dow was found to be bro­ken and the ac­cused youth was seen out­side.

The youth fled in his ve­hi­cle when the com­plainant yelled at him. Later the com­plainant dis­cov­ered the house had been hit by a num­ber of eggs and a cop­per lan­tern was in pieces on the front lawn.

Po­lice were called and of­fi­cers learned the youth was an­gry with the fam­ily and specif­i­cally one per­son in the fam­ily for the ar­rest of his brother.

For the past few years, po­lice said, the boy, who lives on the same street, has been ha­rass­ing the fam­ily and specif­i­cally the one mem­ber while she was a youth.

On Fri­day the boy was lo­cated at his res­i­dence and ar­rested.

He was trans­ported to po­lice head­quar­ters and later re­leased with a fu­ture court date.

The ac­cused was charged with ha­rass­ment by re­peated com­mu­ni­ca­tion, ha­rass­ment by threat­en­ing con­duct, and mis­chief.

Car ends up on side­walk, driver ar­rested

Kingston Po­lice ar­rested a lo­cal man for im­paired driv­ing on Sun­day af­ter­noon af­ter he was spot­ted by an of­fi­cer driv­ing his ve­hi­cle on a side­walk.

Ac­cord­ing to po­lice, around 3:15 p.m. the 64-year-old man was trav­el­ling north­bound on Bayridge Drive. A pa­trol of­fi­cer trav­el­ling in the same di­rec­tion ob­served the driver swerv­ing from side to side and cross­ing the cen­tre line mul­ti­ple times be­fore jump­ing the curb and run­ning up on the side­walk.

The ac­cused was ar­rested for im­paired driv­ing and trans­ported to po­lice head­quar­ters, where he re­fused to pro­vide breath sam­ples. He was charged with im­paired driv­ing and fail­ing to pro­vide a breath sam­ple.

The man was later re­leased on a Prom­ise to Ap­pear with a fu­ture court date. His driver’s li­cence is au­to­mat­i­cally sus­pended for 90 days and would face a one year sus­pen­sion if con­victed.

The man’s ve­hi­cle was seized and im­pounded for seven days, with the ac­cused be­ing re­spon­si­ble for all fees and fines.

Woman ar­rested for caus­ing a dis­tur­bance

Kingston Po­lice ar­rested a 19-year-old lo­cal woman late Fri­day night af­ter mul­ti­ple ten­ants of her apart­ment build­ing re­ported the woman was caus­ing prob­lems and sus­pected her to be un­der the in­flu­ence of drugs.

Around 11:30 p.m. po­lice were dis­patched to an apart­ment build­ing on Rus­sell Street where the ten­ants re­ported that the ac­cused was en­ter­ing apart­ments, caus­ing dam­age, yelling in the halls and “me­ow­ing” at them. While on route of­fi­cers learned the woman was in her top-floor apart­ment throw­ing items off the bal­cony.

On ar­rival of­fi­cers found mul­ti­ple items all over the laneway.

She was lo­cated in her apart­ment and ar­rested. The ac­cused was trans­ported to po­lice head­quar­ters where she was held to at­tend a bail court on Satur­day.

The ac­cused was charged with two counts of mis­chief, be­ing un­law­fully in a dwelling, and caus­ing a dis­tur­bance.

Im­paired driv­ing charges laid in Gananoque

Gananoque Po­lice ar­rested a man who failed a breath sam­ple dur­ing a check stop last Thurs­day.

The driver failed a breath­a­lyzer at the po­lice sta­tion and was charged with im­paired driv­ing and or­dered to ap­pear in court, said po­lice.

A 51-year-old Gananoque woman was also charged with im­paired driv­ing in an­other in­ci­dent.

Her li­cence was au­to­mat­i­cally sus­pended for 90 days and her ve­hi­cle was seized and im­pounded for seven days.

Kingston woman fac­ing drug, weapon charges

A traf­fic stop early Sun­day by Gananoque Po­lice re­sulted in the ar­rest of a 31-year-old Kingston woman for drug pos­ses­sion.

Of­fi­cers searched the her ve­hi­cle and found a quan­tity of il­le­gal drugs, drug para­pher­na­lia and a can­is­ter of pep­per spray, po­lice re­ported Mon­day.

Her charges in­clude two counts of pos­ses­sion for the pur­pose of traf­fick­ing, drug pos­ses­sion, pos­ses­sion of a weapon, car­ry­ing a con­cealed pro­hib­ited de­vice and fail­ing to com­ply with a pro­ba­tion order.

OPP in­ves­ti­gat­ing com­plaints about candy

Na­pa­nee On­tario Provin­cial Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing af­ter re­ceiv­ing com­plaints of sharp ob­jects be­ing found in Hal­loween candy.

Po­lice said the candy was be­lieved to have been col­lected in the Town of Na­pa­nee over Hal­loween night.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion is asked to Na­pa­nee OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or those who wish to re­main anony­mous, may call Crime Stop­pers at 1-800-222-8477(TIPS).

Po­lice re­mind the pub­lic to al­ways check candy be­fore con­sum­ing it.

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