Your Police Blotter for the Cornwall Ontario Area for Tuesday February 19, 2013

Your Police Blotter for the Cornwall Ontario Area for Tuesday February 19, 2013

Cornwall PoliceOVER 80

Cornwall, ON- Shane Turcotte, 21 of Cornwall was arrested at approximately 3:00 am on February 15rd, 2013 when he was allegedly operating a motor vehicle on Sydney St. near Fourth St. while under the influence of alcohol. He provided a sample of his breath which resulted in a charge of Over 80. He was released to appear in court on February 28th, 2013.

WARRANT & BREACHES

Cornwall, ON- Ramish Ghafourzadeh, 27 of Laval, QC was arrested on February 13th, 2013 under the strength of an outstanding warrant. He was bound by a Recognizance with the relevant conditions to not associate or communicate directly or indirectly with certain people or anyone not approved by his surety. It is alleged that on February 12th, while in Montreal he violated his conditions. As a result a warrant was requested and members of the CCPS attended the Bourdeaux Jail and executed the warrant. He was transported to Cornwall where he was held in custody for a bail hearing on February 14th, 2013.

WARRANT

Cornwall, ON- Jeffrey Bergeron, 38 of Cornwall was arrested on February 16th, 2013 under the strength of an outstanding warrant. He was bound by a Recognizance with the relevant conditions and to report in person to the John Howard Society. It is alleged that on February 5th, 2013 and he failed to report. As a result a warrant was requested. On February 16th, the man was arrested and held in custody for a bail hearing on February 18th, 2013.

DOMESTIC ASSAULT & ASSAULT POLICE
Cornwall, ON- A 43-year-old Cornwall female was arrested on February 16th, 2013. It is alleged that on February 16th, 2013 she got into an altercation with her 43-year-old common-law boyfriend when she assaulted him. He did not require medical treatment. Police were contacted and an investigation followed. While investigating the female struck an officer; he did not require medical treatment.  She was charged with Domestic Assault and assault police officer. She was held in custody and released on a JP’s recognizance the next morning. Her name was not released as it would identify the victim in this incident.

ASSAULT & BREACH
Cornwall, ON- A 36-year-old Glenn Robertson man was arrested on February 18th, 2013. He was bound by a probation order with the relevant conditions to keep the peace and be of good behaviour. It is alleged that on February 18th, 2013 he got into an altercation with his 34-year-old ex-partner. A 36-year-old male who was at the residence was assaulted by the man. He did not require medical treatment. Police were contacted and an investigation followed. The man was charged with Assault, and Breach of Probation. He was released on a Promise to Appear and an OIC’s undertaking with conditions, with a court date of March 26th, 2013. His name was not released as it may identify the victim in this incident.

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REGARDING ROBBERY

Cornwall, ON- The Cornwall Community Police Service is currently investigating a Robbery that occurred at approximately 7:30 pm on February 15th, 2013 in the area of First St between Pitt St and Augustus St. Two males approached a 72-year-old female and grabbed her purse and left running east bound on First St. The victim did not suffer any injuries. Police were contacted and an investigation followed.

The suspects are described as Caucasian male, average height, wearing dark clothing; one male had a grey hood.

If you have any information regarding this robbery, please contact the Service at 613-932-2110 or Crime Stoppers at 613-937-8477.

 

Personal Safety Tips:

 

  • Plan your route and avoid short cuts through parks, vacant lots or unlit areas.
  • Don’t carry a large sum of money or unnecessary valuables. Use cash alternatives such as debit cards.
  • If you carry a purse, place the strap diagonally across your body.
  • If someone grabs your purse, do not resist.
  • If you can, avoid being alone, bring a friend to accompany you.

 

The Cornwall Community Police Service is dedicated to our vision: “A Safer Cornwall, Reducing Crime Always”.

 BREACH OF RECOGNIZANCE

Cornwall, ON- A 39 year-old Cornwall male was arrested on February 14th, 2013 for breaching his Recognizance. He was bound by a Recognizance with the conditions of not to communicate directly or indirectly with his ex-common-law spouse and not to attend within 100m of her residence, place of employment or anywhere she may be.  It is alleged that on February 12, 2013, he attended her residence and had contact her. An investigation by the Cornwall Community Police Service’s Domestic Violence Coordinator resulted in the arrest of the man. He was held in custody pending a bail hearing on February 15th, 2013.

CRIME PREVENTION…IT STARTS WITH YOU!

Cornwall, ON – The Cornwall Community Police Service joined police services across Ontario in supporting the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police’s (OACP) 2013 on February 19th, 2013 with the Crime Prevention Campaign aimed at raising public awareness about personal responsibility when it comes to preventing crime.

 

“Preventing a crime before it happens rather than having to deal with the consequences of crime is always our goal. We are proud to support this campaign and its theme, “Crime Prevention…it Starts With You!”, because we believe in the important role every member of our community plays in preventing crime.” said Chief Parkinson.

Ontario police organizations are supporting the OACP’s 2013 Crime Prevention Campaign, which seeks to raise public awareness about the important role individuals play in crime prevention. The Cornwall Community Police Services is promoting crime prevention and the positive impact on personal and collective public safety when citizens are aware of what they can do to prevent crimes.

 

The campaign focuses on a broad range of issues that impact citizens across the province: on-line fraud, identification theft and other cybercrimes, auto theft, break-and-enters, and many more. These types of crimes can victimize anyone, anywhere. A crime prevention booklet is being made available to the public though police services which contains helpful crime prevention tips and information. For more information on crime prevention programs and safety tips go to the Cornwall Community Police Service website at www.cornwallpolice.com.

 

The Cornwall Community Police Service Police officers pride themselves in being crime preventers as well as law enforcers. All police services put significant efforts into preventing crimes for a number of reasons: (1) We don’t want anyone to become a victim of crime, (2) We believe that the best crime fighting strategy starts with preventing a crime rather than dealing with the consequences of crime, and (3) Investigating criminal activities requires tremendous use of police resources. Preventing crimes before they happen helps us keep policing costs down in our community

 

“Our officers work hard with members of the community, crime prevention organizations, business, schools, and governments to promote crime prevention as a crime fighting solution,” said Constable Melanie Labelle. “This campaign is an invitation for everyone to join their police service to make our community safe.

 

This OACP campaign is made possible through the support of a number of partners: The Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation, Interact Association, Symantec Canada Inc., TitlePLUS, The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, Via Rail Canada, Humber College, The Canadian Security Association, Globali.com, Accident Support Services International Ltd., and Canpar.

 

It starts with you!  The Cornwall Community Police Service is dedicated to our vision: “A Safer Cornwall, Reducing Crime Always!”

Milena Cardinal

 

 

 

 

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