In­ves­ti­ga­tion finds stun gun in flash­light

Kingston Whig-Standard - - NEWS -

A man has been ar­rested af­ter a pack­age con­tain­ing a stun gun con­cealed in a flash­light was in­ter­cepted at the In­ter­na­tional Mail Pro­cess­ing Cen­tre in Mississauga.

The pack­age was in­ter­cepted by the Canada Bor­der Ser­vices Agency on Nov. 12, a news re­lease from the Kingston Po­lice said. The of­fi­cers lo­cated the pro­hib­ited weapon and found that the pack­age was in­tended for a man at a Nel­son Street ad­dress in Kingston.

On Nov. 29 at about 8 p.m., Kingston Po­lice, with co-op­er­a­tion from Canada Post, made a “con­trolled de­liv­ery” of the pack­age to the ad­dress, po­lice said. Once there, of­fi­cers ex­e­cuted a search war­rant at the res­i­dence. The man the pack­age was in­tended for was found at the res­i­dence along with scales, in­di­vid­ual bag­gies and a quan­tity of sus­pected co­caine.

The 53-year-old lo­cal man was ar­rested and charged by po­lice with im­port­ing a pro­hib­ited weapon with­out au­tho­riza­tion, un­li­censed pos­ses­sion of pro­hib­ited weapon, and pos­ses­sion of con­trolled drugs for the pur­pose of traf­fick­ing.

Po­lice look­ing for pos­si­ble wit­ness of fa­tal crash

Kingston Po­lice are look­ing to speak to the driver of a truck that may have been on an ATV trail at the time of a fa­tal col­li­sion that claimed the life of a 16-year-old girl on Nov. 30.

The col­li­sion oc­curred at about 9:50 p.m. when an SUV trav­el­ling on Coro­na­tion Boule­vard left the road­way and struck a rock-cut. At the time of the crash, a 16-year-old boy was driv­ing and the young girl was his pas­sen­ger.

The boy was in­jured but was con­scious when emer­gency ser­vices ar­rived. The girl was not con­scious and later died in hos­pi­tal.

Kingston Po­lice have re­ceived in­for­ma­tion that a dark-coloured truck was on the rock-cut on the west side of Coro­na­tion Boule­vard, pos­si­bly on an ATV trail, around the time of the col­li­sion.

Po­lice are ask­ing that the driver and/or owner of the truck, or any­one with in­for­ma­tion about it, con­tact Det. Lisa Dam­czyk at 613549-4660, ext. 6162, or by email at ldam­[email protected]­po­

In­for­ma­tion can be pro­vided anony­mously by call­ing Kingston Po­lice at 613-549-4660, and ask­ing to be anony­mous or by call­ing Crime Stop­pers at 1-800-2228477 (TIPS).

Sy­den­ham man charged at RIDE pro­gram

A man from the Sy­den­ham area has been charged af­ter On­tario Pro­vin­cial Po­lice con­ducted a Fes­tive Ride pro­gram south of the South Fron­tenac Town­ship vil­lage.

The pro­gram was set up on at the in­ter­sec­tion of Stage­coach and Rail­ton roads on Thurs­day evening when a male driver pulled through at about 6:20 p.m.

An of­fi­cer spoke to the driver and he was ar­rested as a re­sult of an in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

Cameron Mon­roe, a 64-yearold from the Sy­den­ham area, was charged with hav­ing over 80 mg of al­co­hol in 100 ml of his blood while op­er­at­ing a mo­tor ve­hi­cle and with hav­ing an open con­tainer of al­co­hol in the ve­hi­cle.

Mon­roe was re­leased on a prom­ise to ap­pear in the On­tario Court of Jus­tice in Kingston on Dec. 27.

Man charged with child pornog­ra­phy of­fences

A lo­cal man has been charged with child pornog­ra­phy of­fences as part of Kingston Po­lice’s on­go­ing mon­i­tor­ing of an on­line file­shar­ing net­work.

The Kingston Po­lice In­ter­net Child Ex­ploita­tion Unit is in­volved in the on­go­ing project to de­tect and mon­i­tor file-shar­ing net­works known to be as­so­ci­ated with child pornog­ra­phy. In Novem­ber, the unit ar­rested four men as part of the project.

The case started on Oct. 16, when a com­puter con­nected to a file­shar­ing net­work was matched to a lo­cal IP ad­dress, and sus­pected child pornog­ra­phy dig­i­tal files were cap­tured from the com­puter. On Nov. 19, lo­cal de­tec­tives re­ceived ju­di­cial au­tho­riza­tion to iden­tify the sub­scriber of the in­ter­net ser­vice and a Kingston ad­dress was listed.

On Wed­nes­day, a search war­rant was ex­e­cuted at the sub­scriber’s res­i­dence. Mul­ti­ple dig­i­tal de­vices and data stor­age me­dia were seized at the ad­dress. An ini­tial foren­sic ex­am­i­na­tion re­vealed ev­i­dence of dig­i­tal files be­lieved to meet the Crim­i­nal Code def­i­ni­tion of child pornog­ra­phy. The ex­am­i­na­tion of the files con­tin­ues, po­lice said.

A man, and ac­cused owner of the de­vices, was present dur­ing the war­rant ex­e­cu­tion and was sub­se­quently ar­rested.

A 33-year-old lo­cal man was charged by po­lice with mak­ing child pornog­ra­phy avail­able, pos­sess­ing child pornog­ra­phy, and ac­cess­ing child pornog­ra­phy.

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