Police Blotter for Cornwall Ontario & Region for Tuesday Sept 3, 2013 – HUGE OPP OPS

Police Blotter for Cornwall Ontario & Region for Tuesday Sept 3, 2013 – HUGE  OPP OPS

Cornwall Police

 

ASSAULT, THREATS, SEXUAL ASSAULT, RESIST ARREST AND ASSAULT WITH A WEAPON

 

                Cornwall, ON – Pierre Legault, 45 of Cornwall was arrested on the 31st of August, 2013 and charged with Assault, Assault with a Weapon, Sexual Assault, Threats, and Resist Arrest. It is alleged that on the 31st of August, 2013 police were on routine patrol in the area of First Street and heard a disturbance at a residence. Upon investigating the disturbance their lives were threatened by the man. Further investigation revealed that prior to police arrival a 16-year-old female who was walking by the residence was grabbed by the arm, touched inappropriately and threatened by the same man. Moments later the 16-year-old re-attended the address with friends to confront the man at which point the man threatened a 22-year-old man all the while holding a knife. The man resisted police as they took him into custody and he was later charged accordingly. He was transported to police headquarters and held for a bail hearing.

 

BREACHES

 

                Cornwall, ON – Christopher Clayton, 28 of Cornwall was arrested on the 31st of August, 2013 and charged with breaching his Probation Order for having consumed alcohol and failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that on the 31st of August, 2013 police received a call to investigate a disturbance at a Hillcrest residence. During their investigation it was learned that the man had been involved in an altercation with a 35-year-old man and left the residence prior to police arrival. Police searched the immediate area, located the intoxicated man, took him into custody and charged him accordingly. The man was then transported to police headquarters and later released with a court date of the 24th of September, 2013.

 

Cornwall, ON – Chad St-Louis, 27 of Cornwall was arrested on the 31st of August, 2013 and charged with breach of a Recognizance for having failed to report to Cornwall Community Police as required. It is alleged that on the 24th of August, 2013 the man failed to report to Cornwall Community Police and an investigation ensued. On the 31st of August, 2013 during their investigation the man attended police headquarters to report, he was subsequently taken into custody and charged accordingly. The man was then released with a court date of the 8th of October, 2013.

 

HARASSING TELEPHONE CALLS

 

                Cornwall, ON – Daniel Seguin, 55 of Cornwall was arrested on the 31st of August, 2013 and charged with Harassing Telephone Calls and breach of an Undertaking and Probation order for failing to keep the peace and for having consumed alcohol. It is alleged that on the 31st of August, 2013 the man made several calls to his ex-employer and continued to do so after police had warned him not to. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During their investigation they attended his residence and found the man to have been consuming alcohol. The man was taken into custody and charged accordingly. He was transported to police headquarters and held for a bail hearing.

 

DOMESTIC ASSAULT

 

                Cornwall, ON – A 33-year-old Cornwall man was arrested on the 31st of August, 2013 and charged with Assault. It is alleged that on the 31st of August, 2013 the man was involved in an argument with his 24-year-old girlfriend and during the argument pushed her. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During their investigation the man was taken into custody and charged accordingly. He was transported to police headquarters and held for a bail hearing. His name was not released as it might identify the victim in the matter.

 

Cornwall, ON – A 29-yearold Cornwall woman was arrested on the 31st of August, 2013 and charged with Assault. It is alleged that on the 31stof August, 2013 the woman was involved in an argument with a 27-year-old man at a Birmingham address when she grabbed him by his neck. The man who left the area contacted police and an investigation ensued. During their investigation the woman who remained at the scene was taken into custody and charged accordingly. The woman was transported to police headquarters and held for a bail hearing. The woman’s name was not released as it might identify the victim.

 

POSSESSION BREAK IN INSTRUMENTS, BREACH PROBATION

 

                Cornwall, ON – Jean Dube, 25 of Montreal was arrested on the 2nd of September, 2013 and charged with Possession of Break In Instruments and breach of a Probation order for failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that on the 2nd 0f September, 2013 police were contacted to attended the Canada Border Agency, Cornwall Port as they had the man detained for being in possession of Break In Instruments. An investigation ensued and during the investigation the man was taken into custody and charged accordingly. He was transported to police headquarters and later released with a court date of the 10th of October, 2013.

 

TRESPASS AT NIGHT, DISGUISE WITH INTENT, POSSESSION OF BREAK IN INSTRUMENTS

 

                Cornwall, ON – Ryan Blanchette, 23, Stephane Blanchette, 18 and Bryan Rolfe-Quesnel, 20 all of Alexandria were arrested on the 3rdof September, 2013 and charged with Trespass at Night, Disguise with intent and Possession of Break In Tools. It is alleged that in the early morning hours of the 3rd of September, 2013 the three men were seen entering Amelia Street back yards all the while hiding their identities with dark clothing. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During their investigation police located the three males wearing back packs in a back yard of an Amelia Street address. The men were taken into custody and charged accordingly. They were transported to police headquarters and later released with a future court date.

 

THEFT UNDER $5000, BREACH OF UNDERTAKING

 

                Cornwall, ON – A 17-year-old Cornwall youth was arrested on the 3rd of September, 2013 and charged with Theft Under $5000 and breach of an Undertaking for being out past curfew and failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that on the 3rd of September, 2013 the youth was seen riffling through parked vehicles on Second Street. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During their investigation they located the youth hiding in the area and it was learned the youth took a flashlight from one of the vehicles. The youth into custody and charged accordingly. The youth was then transported to police headquarters and held for a bail hearing. The youths’ name was not released as per provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

 

BREACHES

 

                Cornwall, ON- A 14-year-old Cornwall youth was arrested on the 28th of August, 2013 and charged with breaching a Probation order for not attending school and a second count for failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that the youth failed to attend school for a complete day on the 27th of August, 2013 and the 28th of August, 2013. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During their investigation the youth was located by police, taken into custody then later released with a future court date. The youths’ name was not released as per provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

 

WARRANT

 

                Cornwall, ON – Ashley Hutt, 28 of Cornwall was arrested on the 28th of August, 2013 on the strength of a warrant. On the 28th of August, 2013 police attended an Eighth Street address in order to execute a warrant. On police arrival the woman ran from police and after a brief foot chase the woman stopped and surrendered to police. The woman was taken into custody, transported to police headquarters and held for a bail hearing.

Cornwall Community Police Service Teams Up with Verisk’s CargoNet and the National Equipment Register.

 

CORNWALL, ON. The Cornwall Community Police Service (CCPS) today announced a new strategic alliance with Verisk Crime Analytics (VCA) to combat stolen goods and equipment.

 

CCPS officers will use VCA, a leading source of information about cargo theft and equipment theft risk, to disrupt crime networks, increase recovery rates, and apprehend criminals associated with cargo and equipment thefts.

 

CargoNet and the National Equipment Register (NER) help prevent theft of cargo as well as heavy equipment through information sharing and collaboration of theft victims, their business partners and law enforcement. Both resources are centered on secure national databases and information-sharing platforms managed by crime analysts and subject-matter experts. Analytical tools also allow the aggregate data to be analyzed to show and predict theft trends to support loss prevention and investigations.
“This newly established relationship will further strengthen our increased criminal interdiction efforts throughout Ontario,” Detective Staff Sergeant Shawn White ” said. “Given the volume of trucking activity in Cornwall due to the number of Distribution Centers, it makes this a logical partnership to enter into from a police perspective. With the information-sharing capabilities of CargoNet and NER, CCPS officers can conduct timely investigations, link recovered goods to owners, and remove criminals from local highways and communities.”
Cornwall Community police officers will now have access to investigative support through the 24-hour CargoNet and NER operations centers and will receive theft alerts to patrol units. The CargoNet and NER databases will also allow CCPS personnel to analyze shifting crime patterns; retrieve real-time theft trends; and access theft reports based on day, time, location, commodity, and many other factors.
“We applaud the Cornwall Community Police Service for its leadership in the fight against cargo and heavy equipment theft,” said David Shillingford, President of Verisk Crime Analytics. “This alliance is a perfect example of how the public and private sectors can work together to share intelligence across municipal, provincial and cross border jurisdictions, which is critical in the fight against highly mobile thieves.”

Background

About the Cornwall Community Police Service

 

The Police Service responds to the needs of our community through a combination of preventative, pro-active and reactive programs, using the philosophy of community policing as a base. This concept embodies the idea that the police and residents work in partnership to find new ways to solve problems in working towards a common goal and the vision of “A Safer Cornwall, reducing crime always”. More information about the Cornwall Community Police Service can be found at www.cornwallpolice.com

 

About CargoNet
A division of Verisk Crime Analytics, CargoNet® helps prevent cargo theft and improve recovery rates through secure and controlled information sharing among theft victims, their business partners, and law enforcement. CargoNet is centered on a national database and information-sharing system managed by crime analysts and subject-matter experts. By applying a synchronized, layered approach, CargoNet exploits the weakness of cargo thieves at multiple points. CargoNet offers integrated databases, a theft alert system, task force and investigations support, a tractor/trailer theft deterrence program, and the TruckStopWatch® program. CargoNet also provides driver education and incentives, secondary-market monitoring and interdictions, crime trend analysis and loss control services, and training. More information on CargoNet can be found at www.cargonet.com .

 

About National Equipment Register

A division of the Verisk Crime Analytics unit at Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK), National Equipment Register (NER) helps equipment owners manage equipment risks. Since 2001, NER has helped thousands of equipment owners and their insurers deter theft and has enabled law enforcement to recover millions of dollars of stolen equipment through HELPtech®, a national equipment marking and registration program. In 2009, NER launched IRONcheck®, a machine-history search for used-equipment buyers. In 2011, NER launched IRONwatchTM, a no-monthly-fee GPS tracking and recovery device for mobile assets. NER’s data management skills and equipment expertise are also used by fleets to support compliance with new regulations. For more information, contact NER at 201-469-2030 or at info@nerusa.com.You can visit the NER website at http://www.NER.net

From the OPP;

Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [STORMONT DUNDAS and GLENGARRY] Charges Laid / Racing Law Infractions 2013-09-03

(North Dundas) – On 30Aug13, at approximately 8:30pm, SD&G OPP officers responded to a report of a single vehicle collision on Armstrong Road, North Dundas Township.

The investigation revealed that a 32yr old male driver (David DUGUAY of Merrickville, On) was operating a 2008 Hyundai when he lost control, left the roadway and struck a rock. The male was arrested and faces charges of:

– Impaired Operation / Motor Vehicle / Alcohol
– Exceed 80 Milligrams Blood Alcohol Content / Motor Vehicle

He is scheduled to appear 17Sept13 in Cornwall court.
(North Glengarry) – On 01Sept13, at approximately 9:00am, SD&G OPP officers had occasion to conduct a traffic stop on Elgin St, Alexandria, On.

The stop revealed that the 52yr old male driver (Michael Todd LACOMBE of Alexandria) was operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

He was arrested and faces charges of:

– Impaired Operation / Motor Vehicle / Alcohol
– Exceed 80 Milligrams Blood Alcohol Content / Motor Vehicle

He is scheduled to appear 12Sep13 in Alexandria court.
RACING LAW INFRACTIONS

– 30Sept13 (3:00pm), SD&G OPP officer stops an eastbound Toyota on County Road 44, South Stormont….115km/h (posted 50km/h zone).

– 31Aug13 (10:00am) SD&G OPP officer stops a westbound Hyundai on Highway 401, South Stormont….154km/h (posted 100km/h zone).
31Aug13 (1:00pm) HSD OPP officer stops an eastbound BMW on Highway 401, South Dundas …174km/h (posted 100km/h zone).

Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [STORMONT DUNDAS and GLENGARRY] Charge Laid / Theft 2013-08-30

(South Glengarry) – On 30Aug13, at approximately 2:00am, SD&G OPP officers had occasion to conduct a traffic stop on County Road 34, South Glengarry Township.

The stop revealed that the 21yr old male driver (Patrick LEBLANC of South Glengarry) was operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

He was arrested and faces a charge of:

– Fail to Provide Sample / Approved Screening Device / Peace Officer Demand / Motor Vehicle

He is scheduled to appear 12Sept13 in Cornwall court.
THEFT

(North Glengarry) – On 29Aug13, at approximately 4:00pm, SD&G OPP officers responded to a report of a theft on Main St. Alexandria, On.

The investigation revealed that a 48yr old male (Pascal MARTINEAU of Alexandria, On) had removed a number of items form a business without paying for them.

He was arrested and faces a charge of:

– Theft Under

He is scheduled to appear 16Oct13 in Alexandria court.

Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [STORMONT DUNDAS and GLENGARRY] Chare Laid / Theft 2013-08-30

(South Glengarry) – On 30Aug13, at approximately 2:00am, SD&G OPP officers had occasion to conduct a traffic stop on County Road 34, South Glengarry Township.

The stop revealed that the 21yr old male driver (Patrick LEBLANC of South Glengarry) was operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

He was arrested and faces a charge of:

– Fail to Provide Sample / Approved Screening Device / Peace Officer Demand / Motor Vehicle

He is scheduled to appear 12Sept13 in Cornwall court.
THEFT

(North Glengarry) – On 29Aug13, at approximately 4:00pm, SD&G OPP officers responded to a report of a theft on Main St. Alexandria, On.

The investigation revealed that a 48yr old male (Pascal MARTINEAU of Alexandria, On) had removed a number of items form a business without paying for them.

He was arrested and faces a charge of:

– Theft Under

He is scheduled to appear 16Oct13 in Alexandria court.

Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [STORMONT DUNDAS and GLENGARRY] OPP Investigating Frauds 2013-08-29

(SMITHS FALLS, ON) – Since December 2012, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) across East Region have been investigating numerous frauds in relation to credit cards being used to order construction material.
Suspects phone in an order using a fraudulent credit card for payment. At times, the suspects hire a company to pick-up the order shortly after making the phone call. When the credit card is used, it appears to be valid, but is soon returned to the company as stolen or compromised. Unfortunately, the material is already gone.
The OPP reminds companies to be diligent in ensuring that credit cards are used properly. Do not provide materials unless the actual credit card is presented for payment and if in doubt, request a secondary piece of identification.  Businesses may also call the credit card companies to ensure the card is valid.
If anyone has information about these frauds, they are asked to contact their local OPP detachment at 1-888-310-1122 or their nearest police agency.

From the OPS;

Robbery charges laid in separate Robbery investigations

 

(Ottawa)— The Ottawa Police Service Robbery Unit has laid charges in connection with two recent robberies.

On July 11, 2013, at approximately 3:50am, four customers encountered a suspect at a downtown convenience store on Beausoleil Drive.  A verbal confrontation occurred that ended in one of the customers being chased and then robbed of a baseball cap at knifepoint.  There were no injuries.

On August 18, 2013, at approximately 8:00pm, a male victim attended a Murray Street apartment building after the sale of an item was negotiated on an on-line auction site.  When the male attended an apartment to meet the female buyer, he was confronted by a male armed with a knife and metal bar.  The victim was escorted back to his vehicle but was able to flee.  He was robbed of a phone and a piece of furniture.  There were no injuries.

On August 28, the two suspects were arrested at the Murray Street apartment without incident.

Dillion KELLEY, 20 years old, of Ottawa, has been charged with two counts of Robbery, and single counts of Forcible confinement, Possession of a weapon, Uttering threats, Theft under, and Breach of probation.  He appeared in court on August 29, 2013 and remains in custody.

A 17 years old female (young offender) has been charged with Conspiracy, Robbery, Possession of a weapon, and Forcible confinement.  She was released on a Promise to Appear in Youth Court on September 24, 2013.

Anyone with information with respect to this robbery, or any other robbery, is asked to contact the Robbery Unit at 613-236-1222 ext. 5116 or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS) or toll free at 1-800-222-8477.

 

Ottawa Police charges two men with thefts from vehicles

 

(Ottawa)—The Ottawa Police Service charged an adult male and a male young offender with theft from vehicles.

On Thursday, August 29, 2013, in the early hours of the morning, a concerned citizen called police to report that two males were in and around a vehicle in the driveway of a home on Birdseye Terrace in Orleans.

Patrol Officers responded and the two males were subsequently arrested and searched. Property from vehicles in the area was found on their persons.

As a result, Ayden Foley-O’Brien, 18 years old, and a young offender were charged separately with two counts of Possession of Stolen Property, two counts of Trespass by night, two counts of theft under $5000 and one count of Attempt theft each.

Ayden-Foley O’Brien was also charged with one count of possession of a break-in instrument.

The Ottawa Police Service would like to remind the public to lock car doors to help prevent this type of crime and report anything suspicious in your neighborhood.

Anyone with information on these incidents or any such incidents is asked to contact the relevant Ottawa Police District Investigation Section at 613-236-1222 (East at ext. 3566; West at ext. 2666; and Central at ext. 5166), or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS) or toll free at 1-800-222-8477.

More tips for crime prevention for vehicle owners can be found online.

 

Ottawa Police investigating a violent robbery

 

(Ottawa)—The Ottawa Police Robbery Unit is investigating a violent robbery and is seeking the public’s assistance to identify the vehicle and suspects.

On August 16, 2013, at approximately 7:05am, in the 1600 block of Fisher Avenue, a man exited his residence and was accosted by two suspects who were waiting nearby. One of the suspects was armed with a handgun.

The two suspects arrived nearby a short time earlier, in a white car, and appeared to have waited for the male victim to exit his residence.  The victim was assaulted and robbed of an iPhone and cash. The victim was treated and transported to a hospital by Ottawa Paramedic Service with serious injuries. This incident is not believed to have been a random event.

The Robbery Unit is releasing surveillance video of the vehicle and two male suspects with the belief that someone may have information about the vehicle and/or suspects and will contact Police or Crime Stoppers

  • Suspect 1:  Caucasian male, 20-30 years old, medium build, 5’9″(175 cm), English speaking.  He wore sunglasses, and a brown ‘hoodie’.
  • Suspect 2:  Caucasian male, 20-30, heavy build, clean shaven, straight cut black hair, black t-shirt, shorts, red baseball cap with a with logo on front (possibly of Cleveland Indians).

The vehicle is described as a white 4dr sedan, similar to a late model Pontiac Bonneville or Buick.

Anyone with information with respect to this robbery, or any other robbery, is asked to contact the Ottawa Police Service Robbery Unit at 613-236-1222, ext. 5116 or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS) or toll free at 1-800-222-8477.

Ottawa Police and Community partners working to ensure everyone has a safe and law-abiding return to school

 

(Ottawa) – Welcome back to college and university students! As students prepare for another year of studies, the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) will be working with City, university and community partners to help ensure everyone has a safe and law abiding return to school.

Through education and enforcement, returning students will be reminded about being respectful neighbours, safe and legal behaviours, bike safety and the dangers of excessive alcohol consumption. This is the third year OPS has conducted this project.

“We want everyone to be able to enjoy their neighbourhoods in a safe manner,” said Const. Ryan Pierce of the Rockliffe Community Police Center. “It is important for people to understand that nuisance crimes and bylaw violations affect the quality of life for residents and won’t be tolerated.”

The efforts will include increased police presence around campuses across the City, education visits by volunteers and City partners and enforcement. It will also include other partners like the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.

The targeted areas are often the source of a large number of complaints to police and By-Law Services regarding disturbances, noise, public intoxication, drug use, and other nuisance issues. The campaign aims to educate residents before any enforcement efforts begin. The teams will be visiting areas with high student populations bringing them information about City By-Laws and property standards.

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