Ve­hi­cle al­legedly used in as­sault

The Glengarry News - - News -

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.

Tools stolen

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.

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