CANADA DAY TRAFFIC PLAN
Cornwall, ON – The Cornwall Community Police Service would like to advise the residents of our community of the upcoming traffic detours as a result of the Canada Day celebrations. These detours are necessary in order to ensure the safety of the pedestrians attending and leaving the event. These detours will reduce the interaction between vehicles and pedestrians and therefore reduce the risk or injuries to anyone. Several police officers will assist in redirecting traffic in order to improve the flow of traffic at the end of the event.
The following detours will be implemented at 9:45 p.m.;
Eastbound traffic on Water Street West will be re-directed northbound on York Street.
Southbound traffic on Augustus Street will be re-directed westbound on Water Street West.
Southbound traffic on Pitt Street will re-directed westbound on Water Street.
Northbound traffic from the Civic Complex will be able to continue north or turn right and go east. No left turn onto Water Street East.
Southbound traffic from the Cornwall Square will not be permitted.
Westbound traffic on Water Street East will be re-directed north on Sydney Street.
Westbound traffic on Water Street East will be re-directed northbound on Adolphus Street.
Please be reminded that parking restrictions will be enforced in order to ensure that emergency services have access to the site at all times in the event of an emergency. All vehicles found in contravention of the parking by-law, will be subject to fines and towing at the owner’s expense.
The Cornwall Community Police Service wishes our citizens a Happy and Safe Canada Day and we are committed to our vision: “A safer Cornwall, reducing crime always”.
Cornwall ON- On June 27, 2013, Police attended the area of Anthony Street for a domestic dispute. Investigation revealed that a couple were involved in a verbal altercation inside a motor vehicle. It is alleged that the male assaulted the female, and she did not required medical attention. The 23 year old male was arrested and charged with Assault and held for a Bail Hearing. His name was not released as it would identify the victim in this incident.
Cornwall ON- On June 26, 2013, police attended a Pitt Street residence regarding a disturbance. Investigation revealed that a 20 year old male had caused damage to the residence during a domestic dispute. He was subsequently arrested and charged with Mischief. He was held for a Bail Hearing June 27, 2013.
Cornwall ON- On June 27, 2013, an Augustus Street resident was arrested for breaching conditions. The 70 year old male was recently released by police with relevant conditions to abstain from communicating with his neighbor, and to keep the peace and be of good behavior. The male was subsequently arrested and charged for Breach of OIC Undertaking. He was held for a bail hearing June 28, 2013.
Cornwall ON- On June 28, 2013, a 22 year old male was arrested for breaching a Judge’s Recognizance and OIC Undertaking. Police were called after a male allegedly made contact with the female victim. The male was subsequently arrested and charged with Breach of Judge’s Recognizance, and two counts of Breach OIC Undertaking for having contact, and for being away from his residence without proper permission. He was held for a Bail Hearing June 28, 2013.
Cornwall, ON- On June 26, 2013, Members of the Cornwall Community Police Service Street Crime Unit arrested William Gates, 66 of Cornwall, with Trafficking in Hydromorphone, Possession of Property obtained by Crime, and Breach of OIC Undertaking. The male was bound by a condition to Keep the Peace and be of Good Behavior. He was held for a Bail Hearing June, 26, 2013. The total value of property, and the substance seized, believed to be Hydromorphone is estimated at $1000.00.
Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [STORMONT DUNDAS and GLENGARRY] Cause Disturbance and Mischief 2013-06-27
The male was arrested and faces charges of:
– Cause Disturbance
– Obstruct/resist peace officer x 2
– Fail to comply with undertaking or recognizance x 2
– Possession of schedule I – methamphetamine
He was held in custody pending an appearance in Cornwall court.
(South Dundas) –On 26June13, at approximately 3:31pm the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police (SD&G OPP) received a report of mischief at Cruickshank Construction on County Road 2, South Dundas Township.
The investigation revealed that sometime between 21June13-25June13 a number of their construction vehicles were damaged.