Po­lice News

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS -

Last Wed­nes­day, af­ter re­ceiv­ing in­for­ma­tion from the pub­lic, a man was ar­rested for cru­elty to an­i­mals. The 32 year-old killed the cat of his room­mate be­cause it wasn’t ‘be­hav­ing well’. The man was un­der pro­ba­tion and had three ar­rest war­rants out for him. An­other man was ar­rested for mak­ing death threats against his for­mer part­ner and her chil­dren. On Thurs­day morn­ing, at around 7:00 am, a young man was in­ter­cepted for speed­ing on Prin­ci­pale East, in Ma­gog. The po­lice (RPM) no­ticed a knuck­le­duster in the car and ar­rested him for an il­le­gal weapon.

On Fri­day, a mo­tor­cy­clist was caught go­ing 90 in a 50 kilo­me­tre zone and re­ceived a $350 fine, 6 in­ap­ti­tude points, and lost his li­cense for 24 hours. At around 3:20 am on Satur­day, the po­lice

were called when a car went off the Ge­orgeville road. A 32 year-old man, of West­mount, had three times the le­gal limit of al­co­hol in his blood and his li­cense was sus­pended for 90 days, his ve­hi­cle seized for 30 days, and crim­i­nal charges will fol­low.

On Mon­day night, at around 8:00 pm, the Regie de po­lice Mem­phrem­a­gog RPM were called about a man who was go­ing door to door ask­ing for money. Some people re­ceived threats from the man and he even gave am­phet­a­mine pills to a woman and a girl of 14. The 41 year-old sus­pect of Ma­gog, known by po­lice, was ar­rested and later re­leased.

ater on Mon­day night, the po­lice were called to ver­ify the state of a man who was act­ing ag­gres­sively and strangely at a mo­tel in the Or­ford Can­ton. While driv­ing his car, the man es­caped the po­lice and a chase fol­lowed on route 141 and the road go­ing to Camp­ing du Mont Or­ford where the sus­pect drove through a locked bar­rier. He got stuck soon af­ter in the snow and ice on the road and was taken by the po­lice. The 32 yearold man from Sher­brooke will face charges of run­ning from the po­lice, driv­ing un­der the in­flu­ence of drugs, dan­ger­ous driv­ing, and pos­ses­sion of metham­phetamine and break­ing pro­ba­tion. Be­cause he seemed men­tally dis­turbed, he was brought to the psy­chi­atric ward and will ap­pear later in court.

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