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On April 1st, at 10:00 pm, a Ma­gog woman called 911 af­ter a man who was not al­lowed to con­tact her forced his way into her home. The 34 year-old sus­pect from Ma­gog turned him­self in to the Regie de police Mem­phrem­a­gog (RPM) later and ap­peared in court the next morn­ing for break­ing pro­ba­tion and break­ing and en­ter­ing.

On April 3rd, two peo­ple were ar­rested for drink­ing and driv­ing. The first was ar­rested at 1:00 am af­ter a small ac­ci­dent in a park­ing lot on Prin­ci­pale East, in Ma­gog. The 55 year-old man had his li­cense sus­pended for ninety days and his ve­hi­cle seized for thirty days. The sec­ond per­son was a 41 year-old woman from Sher­brooke who was ar­rested on Chemin de Ma­gog in Ste-Catherine-de-Hat­ley. Her li­cense was sus­pended for ninety days.

Also on April 3rd, around 6:00 pm, a man who was hid­ing out in a house on Mgr Vel, in Ma­gog, called the RPM. He had been fol­lowed by a ve­hi­cle that drove into his car on pur­pose, twice. The sus­pect driv­ing the ve­hi­cle got out of his car and opened the door of the plain­tiff’s car and be­gan hit­ting him. He also took a big rock and through it through the back wind­shield. A sec­ond rock, aimed at the driver, smashed the side win­dow. The sus­pect then took off and was later ar­rested by of­fi­cers with the Sher­brooke police ser­vice and brought to Ma­gog to be ques­tioned by the RPM. The 29 year-old man from Sher­brooke ap­peared in court the next morn­ing to face charges of dan­ger­ous driv­ing caus­ing ma­te­rial dam­ages, hit and run, armed as­sault, mak­ing threats, van­dal­iz­ing a ve­hi­cle and as­sault caus­ing harm. The vic­tim was taken to the hospital in Ma­gog and trans­ferred to the CHUS. The ori­gin of the ag­gres­sion is sus­pected to be a ‘love tri­an­gle’.

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