2 hurt in ATV rollover

The Glengarry News - - News -

Two men suf­fered se­ri­ous in­juries when the all-ter­rain ve­hi­cle they were rid­ing rolled over on Auld McMil­lan Road in North Glen­garry May 12.

At 8:30 p.m., Stor­mont-Dun­dasGlen­garry On­tario Pro­vin­cial Po­lice of­fi­cers re­sponded to the sin­gle-ve­hi­cle ac­ci­dent, which oc­curred when the ATV en­tered a ditch and rolled over. The two men were taken to hos­pi­tal with se­ri­ous non- ife-threat­en­ing in­juries.

Truck stolen

The SD&G OPP de­tach­ment is in­ves­ti­gat­ing the re­cent theft of a truck from a property on County Road 19 in South Glen­garry. The ve­hi­cle, a grey 2011 Chevy Sil­ver­ado with On­tario plate AW75343, was re­ported stolen May 4.

Stolen equip­ment re­cov­ered

Ronald Moun­tain, 65, of North Glen­garry, was charged with pos­ses­sion of property ob­tained by crime over $5,000 May 5 after po­lice re­cov­ered a Kubota mini back­hoe and trailer which had pre­vi­ously been re­ported stolen from a property on County Road 24 in North Glen­garry.


A 50-year-old Lac du Bon­net, Man­i­toba woman was charged with fail­ing to com­ply with the con­di­tions of an un­der­tak­ing May 5 after an OPP in­ves­ti­ga­tion re­vealed that she was in breach of her previous re­lease con­di­tions when she was stopped on a High­way 401 off-ramp in South Glen­garry. Leah Pa­trie was held in cus­tody pend­ing a bail ap­pear­ance at a later date.

Theft, breach

The Corn­wall Com­mu­nity Po­lice Ser­vice re­cently charged a 46-year-old Mart­in­town woman with theft un­der $5,000 and breach of an un­der­tak­ing (fail­ing to keep the peace) twice within a three-day span. Po­lice charged Chan­tal Cea­sor May 7 for al­legedly steal­ing from a busi­ness on Thir­teenth Street April 24. She was later re­leased, how­ever, two days later, she was charged again after al­legedly tak­ing items from a busi­ness on Ninth Street May 2.


Mem­bers of the Corn­wall Re­gional Task Force (CRTF) ar­rested one sus­pect and seized more than half a tonne of con­tra­band tobacco as the re­sult of a re­cently-con­cluded in­ves­ti­ga­tion in South Glen­garry. Of­fi­cers were con­duct­ing a bor­der in­tegrity op­er­a­tion along the shore­line of the St. Lawrence River on the night of April 29 when they spot­ted a ves­sel with­out its lights on, travelling at a high speed away from the Sum­mer­stown area. A short time later, mem­bers stopped a speed­ing and sus­pi­cious-look­ing 2007 Dodge Ram pickup truck whose driver was at­tempt­ing to ac­cess an east­bound ramp on nearby High­way 401.

Upon in­spec­tion of the ve­hi­cle, po­lice un­cov­ered 38 bags of un­stamped fine cut tobacco weigh­ing 659.3 kg, and con­se­quently ar­rested the driver, 33-year-old Don­ald An­drew Gi­as­son, of Kah­nawake, Que..

Mr. Gi­as­son was charged with pos­ses­sion of un­stamped tobacco and charges un­der the pro­vin­cial Tobacco Tax Act.

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