Vehicle allegedly used in assault
A 52-year-old Cornwall woman was arrested August 18 after she allegedly tried to run down her former partner with a vehicle during an altercation in North Glengarry.
The woman has been charged with assault, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and criminal harassment. The investigation also revealed that the woman had assaulted the man and has been continually harassing the victim, reports the Stormont-DundasGlengarry Ontario Provincial Police detachment.
Impaired driving charges
A 20-year-old South Glengarry woman has been charged with impaired driving after SDG OPP officers stopped a motorist August 19 on County Road 34 in South Glengarry Township. Amber Roach was also charged with driving while liquor was readily available. She is to appear in Cornwall Court September 13.
During an August 18 traffic stop on County Road 2 in South Glengarry, officers charged Casey Renaud, 26, of South Stormont, with impaired driving. He is to appear in Cornwall court September 4.
Sometime between August 20 and 23, crooks broke into an outbuilding near a residence on Concession Road 4 in South Glengarry. The thieves made off with various power tools.
Stolen meat, golf carts lifted
Between August 23 and 27, SDG OPP officers handled 259 calls. They included reports of crimes that underlined the fact that some criminals will steal anything, if it is not secured. For example, during two break-ins in North Dundas, burglars stole several packages of frozen meat from garages. On the night of August 24-25, thieves drove off with six Yamaha golf carts from the Cedar Glen Golf Course on Saddlemire Road in South Dundas.