Po­lice News – Man goes wild at McDon­ald’s

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS -

Last Mon­day, Au­gust 1st, at around 8:00 pm, two of­fi­cers with the Regie de po­lice Mem­phrem­a­gog (RPM), while pa­trolling down­town Ma­gog on bi­cy­cles, saw two men smok­ing a joint and drink­ing beer in a truck. The men were ar­rested near the in­ter­sec­tion of Prin­ci­pale Ouest and Lau­rier. They were re­port­edly sur­prised to be ap­pre­hended by of­fi­cers on bi­cy­cles. On Tues­day, Au­gust 2nd, the RPM re­ceived a call about a hit and run at 65 Prin­ci­pale Est, in Ma­gog. The per­son who re­ported it had parked her ve­hi­cle in front of the Post Of­fice when an­other ve­hi­cle hit her side mir­ror and kept go­ing. The wo­man then be­gan fol­low­ing the ve­hi­cle in her car and when she no­ticed the er­ratic driv­ing of the driver, she stopped fol­low­ing and called the po­lice, giv­ing them the li­cense plate num­ber and the di­rec­tion the ve­hi­cle was headed, to­wards Ste-Cather­inede-Hat­ley on the Ma­gog Road. The driver of the ve­hi­cle in ques­tion was soon found at his res­i­dence and the 33 year-old was ar­rested and brought to the sta­tion where he failed two al­co­hol tests. He had pre­vi­ous ar­rests for the same type of of­fence.

Af­ter mid­night on Wed­nes­day night, a 19 year-old man was both­er­ing the em­ploy­ees and clients at the McDon­ald’s Restau­rant, in Ma­gog, even jump­ing up on the counter and de­mand­ing the em­ploy­ees to light his cig­a­rette. When the restau­rant’s man­ager asked him to leave, the man jumped back up on the counter and hit the man­ager in the head. An em­ployee with help from a client wres­tled the sus­pect to the ground and held him there while wait­ing for the po­lice to ar­rive. He was ar­rested by the RPM and, un­til he ap­pears in court, he is not al­lowed to con­sume al­co­hol or drugs or go to the McDon­ald’s, in Ma­gog.

Late on Thurs­day night, around 11:45, wit­nesses re­ported see­ing a nude wo­man sit­ting on the grass on Cal­ix­aLavalee Street, in Ma­gog. The po­lice ar­rested the wo­man, who was un­der the in­flu­ence of an un­known sub­stance at the time, for in­de­cent exposure, break­ing pro­ba­tion and so­lic­i­ta­tion.

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