Teen arrested after egging house
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.