Ottawa Prison Baby Mom Julie Bilotta Arrested in Cornwall – Police Blotter Thursday Jan 30, 2014 CPS OPP OPS

Ottawa Prison Baby Mom Julie Bilotta Arrested in Cornwall – Police Blotter Thursday Jan 30, 2014 CPS OPP OPS
Julie Bilotta MYSPACE PHOTO
Julie Bilotta MYSPACE PHOTO

WARRANT, RESIST ARREST

 

Cornwall, ON – Noah Mitchell, 31 of Snye, Quebec was arrested on January 29th, 2014 on the strength of a warrant. It is alleged that on October 17th, 2011 the man failed to attend court for an assault police charge and a warrant was issued for his arrest. On January 29th, 2014 the man attended police headquarters to deal with the matter. He was taken into custody and held for a bail hearing.

 

THEFT UNDER $5000, BREACH

 

Cornwall, ON – Dakota Garlow, 27 and Julie Bilotta, 27 both of Cornwall were arrested for theft under $5000 while Julie Bilotta was also charged with breaching her probation order for having failed to keep the peace. It is alleged that on January 17, 2014 both entered a Ninth Street store and selected several items including chicken wings, popcorn, jerky, Cheetos and butter then concealed the items and attempted to leave the store without paying for them. Both were stopped by a Loss Prevention Officer and after a brief struggle left the area in a vehicle. Police were called and an investigation ensued. On January 28th, 2014 Julie Bilotta attended police headquarters to deal with the matter. She was taken into custody, charged accordingly and released to appear in court on February 20th, 2014. On January 29th, 2014 Dakota Garlow attended police headquarters to deal with the matter. He was taken into custody, charged accordingly and released to appear in court on March 6th, 2014.

 

BREACH

 

Cornwall, ON – A 24-year-old Cornwall woman was arrested on January 29th , 2014 and charged with breaching her probation order for having communicated with someone for which she has conditions not to and for failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that on January 29th, 2014 during a traffic stop in the area of Seventh Street and Brookdale Avenue the woman was found to be in the company of the person she is not allowed to be with. She was taken into custody and charged accordingly. She was then released to appear in court at a later date. Her name was not released as the probation order stems from a domestic incident and may identify the victim in the matter.

 

WARRANT

 

Cornwall, ON – Cody MacDonald, 30 of York, ON was arrested on January 29th, 2014 on the strength of a warrant. It is alleged that on October 30th, 2013 the man failed to attend court for a theft related charge and a warrant was issued for his arrest. On January 29th, 2014 the Cornwall Community Police attended Toronto to assume custody of the man who was in custody with Toronto on unrelated charges. He was taken into custody, transported to Cornwall and held for a bail hearing.

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Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [STORMONT DUNDAS and GLENGARRY] OPP Commissioner Urging Motorists To Change Driving Behaviour 2014-01-30

Not Adjusting Driving to the Conditions Main Cause of Crashes

(ORILLIA, ON) – As Ontario continues to get battered by one of the worst winters in recent history, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Commissioner and OPP Provincial Commander of Traffic Safety and Operational Support (TSOS) are taking a hard line with the numerous drivers who, through poor driving behaviour, are causing a steady rash of collisions, some of which are jeopardizing the safety of OPP officers and other emergency personnel responding to collision scenes.
Three OPP cruisers have been struck by passing motorists since Monday and two of those collisions occurred today on provincial highways.  One OPP officer was taken to hospital after his cruiser was struck from behind while stopped behind a transport truck.
This past weekend, eight OPP cruisers were struck by passing motorists and two police officers received minor injuries.
“I want to make it very clear: severe weather and poor driving conditions are not the main cause in the overwhelming number of collisions we’ve seen these past several weeks.  It is the way people are driving in these conditions that jeopardizes the safety of the motoring public and our officers. This irresponsible driving behaviour must stop,” says OPP Commissioner Chris Lewis.
The OPP has been inundated with calls for service during the numerous storms that have hit the province so far this winter.  The OPP has responded to thousands of calls for service due to irresponsible driving in winter weather conditions but according to Deputy Commissioner Brad Blair, Provincial Commander of TSOS, this is unacceptable.
“There is no question that our harsh winter weather has made for some very treacherous driving conditions lately but as is the case every winter, it is the drivers who do not adjust their driving to the weather and driving conditions that are usually the ones involved in the collisions,” says Blair. “Most of the crashes being investigated by our officers involve drivers who either lost control because they did not slow down when they needed to or who ignored our warnings to avoid non-essential travel when the weather was particularly severe,” added Blair.
According to Blair, when you get caught driving in particularly bad weather, it is not enough to keep your speed below the posted limit – you need to slow right down.  This is critical to maintaining control of your vehicle and avoiding a collision.

Commissioner Lewis and Deputy Commissioner Blair are also stressing the importance of being highly visible while out on the road when visibility is poor and this means driving with the full set of headlights on.  The OPP has received a number of complaints from people who continue to observe motorists driving in poor visibility with just their daytime running lights on.  In heavy snowfall or blowing snow, these vehicles cannot be seen well by drivers and they are virtually invisible to those who approach from behind.

The OPP is urging motorists to be prepared and pay careful attention during the winter months.  Watch for emergency responders, slow down and move over if it is safe to do so in accordance with the law.  Adjust your driving to the conditions and do your part to keep you, your passengers and all other road users safe.
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lice charge Ottawa man with Possession of Child pornography

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29/01/2014

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 9:00 am

(Ottawa)—The Ottawa Police Service Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE) charged an Ottawa man on Tuesday January 28th, following a complaint from a social media site.

Peter Wayne LATENDRESSE, 48 years old, of Ottawa was charged with two counts of Possession of Child Pornography and one count of Making Available Child Pornography.

He is scheduled to appear at court for a bail hearing today.

The Ottawa Police Service is a member of the Provincial Strategy to protect children from Sexual Abuse and Exploitation on the Internet. This Project has been made possible by a grant from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services.

Milena Cardinal

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jules
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I can’t wait to see what this Julie Balota is going to come up next as pleading of innocence. I can say OMG a thousand times and more. I would love to be a fly on the wall in the court room. She must be made out of Teflon.

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Jules why don’t you mind your own business you seem to have so much to say about me, would you like to meet so you can say everything to my face? It doesn’t mention that I called police first and that I wasn’t even out of the store! And that Dakota and I are we’re arguing n he walked out with my bank card n ran to the doors to get my bank card? Or how the charges are being withdrawn? N yea I am made of Teflon I’m a soldier and I always will be. After what our family… Read more »
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