Cornwall, ON – Krysta Larose, 26 and Adam Beaudette, 29 both of Cornwall were arrested and charged as follows:
- Possession of Cocaine
- Possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine
- Possession of Oxycodone
- Possession for the purpose of trafficking Oxycodone
- Possession of Marijuana
Beaudette was also charged with property obtained by crime (cash).
It is alleged that on February 19th, 2015 members of the Cornwall Street Crime Unit executed a drug warrant at a Brookdale Avenue address and located a quantity of Oxycodone, cocaine, marijuana and cash. Both Larose and Beaudette were arrested, charged accordingly and released to appear in court at a later date.
Cornwall, ON – John Michael Logan, 59 and Jason Logan, 29 both of Cornwall were arrested and charged as follows:
- Possession of cocaine
- Possession for the purpose of trafficking (cocaine)
- Possession of property obtained by crime (cash)
It is alleged that on February 19th, 2015 memebers of the Cornwall Street Crime Unit assisted by the Cornwall Emergency Response Team executed a drug warrant at a Second Street East address and located a quantity of cocaine and cash. Both men were arrested, charged accordingly and released to appear in court at a later date.
Cornwall, ON – A 20-year-old Cornwall woman was arrested on February 24th, 2015 and charged with breaching her probation order for failing to notify a change of address, having consumed alcohol, being in the company of someone she has conditions not to associate with and for failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that on February 24th, 2015 police attended a Fourth Street West address for a disturbance. Once on scene they found the woman to have consumed alcohol and to have been in contact with the person that she has conditions not to associate with. She was arrested, charged accordingly and released to appear in court on March 24th, 2015. Her name was not released as the probation order stems from a domestic incident and might identify the victim in the matter.
MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION
(North Dundas) – On February 24, 2015 at approximately 9:05am, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to a report of a two (2) motor vehicle collision on County Road 7, North Dundas Township. Investigation has indicated that the passenger vehicles collided head-on, resulting in serious injuries to both drivers (lone occupants).
Emergency personnel are currently tending to the scene. A section of County Road 7, between St-Mary’s Road and County Road 8 is closed to traffic with detours indicated.
More information will be forwarded when available.
(North Dundas) – On February 23, 2015 at approximately 6:00pm, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers, assisted by OPP Canine and Emergency Response Unit (ERT) members responded to a report of a robbery at the Pet Valu store on County Road 3 in the Village of Winchester, North Dundas Township.
Investigation indicated that three (3) young males entered the store, one brandishing a metal bar and confronted a female employee demanding money. All of the suspects were described wearing winter jackets and jeans. Two (2) were wearing balaclavas (1-red, 1-black). All fled on foot across County Road 3 and the Tim Horton’s parking area with an undisclosed amount of cash. The employee was assaulted and sustained minor injuries. She was taken to hospital for treatment.
An investigation continues.
In the week of February 16th to February 23rd, Hawkesbury OPP officers responded to
231occurrences. Two break and enter incidents were reported. One incident of assault and four incidents of theft were reported. For a second week in a row, officers did not investigate any impaired driving related incidents. Out of these 231 occurrences, 14 concluded with accusations.
POLICE LOOKING FOR A PICK-UP TRUCK ON THE OTTAWA RIVER – FOLLOW-UP
(Hawkesbury, ON) The Hawkesbury OPP detachment has been investigating an incident of a truck that apparently went through the ice somewhere between Wendover and Clarence Point in the early morning of Friday February 20th.
An unknown man tried to get the service of a towing earlier that morning claiming that he had ventured onto the Ottawa River with his vehicle using the Wendover boat dock. The man related to the tow truck company that his Ford F-150 had gone through the ice somewhere between Clarence Point and Wendover. There were apparently 2 men involved who made it out of the submerged truck unscathed. The caller told the tow truck company that they were looking for an ice fishing hut to warm up as they were soaked.
The temperature that morning was around -25 degrees Celsius with the wind chill of -40 C.
Officers from the Russell County and Hawkesbury detachments responded to the call.
The Russell and Hawkesbury OPP detachments including the Emergency Response Team searched for the vehicle, driver and passenger. The OPP Aviation Services, the Papineauville detachment of the Québec Provincial Police and Alfred-Plantagenet fire department also assisted in the search to no avail.
The search was called off at 2pm as all resources available were utilized but unsuccessful.
The man who called spoke English with a French accent.
If you have seen these persons or know the location of the submerged truck, or have any other information about this matter, please call the Hawkesbury O.P.P. at 613-632-2729 or 1-888-310-1122.
TEXT MESSAGES – THE CAUSE OF MANY BREACHES
(Hawkesbury, ON) The Hawkesbury OPP would like to advise members of the public that texting can be costly. It was noticed that many incidents involving threats and breaches of court conditions were occurring via texting.
The message being perceived by those charged is that texting does not seem to be a real means of communication. Some think that messages sent via phones of other multimedia devices do not have consequences. Some have been found to be “braver” behind a phone or keyboard and have sent out things they would never communicate in person.
The Hawkesbury OPP wishes to inform the public that texting or communicating by any other electronic means is just like conversing in person. Someone using texts or emails to communicate a threat to a person is committing a crime. Those having court conditions prohibiting communication with someone else and who texts or e-mails that person, is committing a crime. Officers investigating these types of infractions will lay criminal charges where those found guilty may face great consequences.
The Hawkesbury OPP Detachment will be cracking down on such texts or e-mails. Whether it be during investigations, or during crime abatement checks, criminal messages will be treated seriously and thoroughly probed where those found in contravention will be charged.
Please think before you post or text.
POSSIBLE FRAUD / SCAM OF APPLE MACBOOK PROS
(Hawkesbury, ON) The Hawkesbury OPP is investigating a possible scam or fraud that has occurred in the area. On Thursday February 19th, someone reported finding boxes of Apple MacBook Pros in a Cartier Boulevard residential complex dumpster.
A total of 98 MacBook Pro boxes most of them sealed were found and seized. All the boxes had a fraudulent sticker identifying the model number A1398 with serial number C02N74LFG3QD.
The boxes were all opened where plywood was found instead of a laptop computer.
The OPP Identification Unit assisted in the investigation led by Constable Eddy Saardi.
Police believe that there might be more boxes out there. If you are approached by an individual trying to sell MacBooks or if you find some for sale online, please be weary. Take in as much information on the suspect as possible and please contact your local police service.
If you have any other information about this matter, please call Constable Eddy Saardi at the Hawkesbury O.P.P. at 613-632-2729 or 1-888-310-1122.
ARSON TO DEFORESTING MACHINERY
(Alfred-Plantragenet, ON) The Hawkesbury OPP is investigating a fire that occurred at a Division Road field in Alfred-Plantagenet on Saturday night.
Officers were called at approximately midnight about deforesting machinery that had been vandalized by graffiti and where one other was set on fire. The graffiti read “save trees” .
Snowmobile tracks were seen at the scene of the arson. The burnt wood-mulching and chipping vehicle was a 2012 Fecon FTX600 worth more than $ 630, 000. The burning vehicle caused a large spill of fuel and oil. The Ministry of the Environment was called to assist to control and reduce soil contamination.
The matter is under investigation by Constable Pascal Boudreau. If you have any other information about this matter, please call Constable Boudreau at the Hawkesbury O.P.P. at 613-632-2729 or 1-888-310-1122.
BREAK AND ENTER INCIDENT
(Hawkesbury, ON) The Hawkesbury OPP is investigating a break in that occurred in the afternoon of Thursday February 19th at a James Street residence situated between Nelson Street East and Gordon Street Hawkesbury.
Constable Melissa Pilon investigated the daytime crime. The investigation would suggest that someone entered the residence by breaking in through a door.
A 55 inch Sony Bravia television and a Sony Skype camera were taken from the residence
Toronto Police Service
Cremated remains stolen during Break-and-Enter, Richland Crescent and Clumber Road
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 – 9:04 AM
The Toronto Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance investigating a Break-and-Enter.
On Monday, February 23, 2015, between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., a home located on Richland Crescent and Clumber Road was broken into.
A quantity of property was stolen, including a bag containing the cremated ashes of the victim’s mother.
The bag is described as blue with a drawstring at the top, and has an embroidered logo for the St. John’s Dixie Cemetery and Crematorium. Inside the bag was a sealed cardboard box containing cremated ashes.
HOLY JUMPING JOSEPH! The Logans involved in drugs? Something is mighty wrong somewhere. These people are Baptists and I remember when I told my husband to put out his cigarette because of the sister that I was in high school with didn’t want anyone smoking cigarettes around her nor drinking alcohol. If I didn’t read this I would never have believed it. This is incredible.
Jules….Anyone can go bad, nothing new there.
Stealing someone’s cremated remains?? How low can you go???
Hugger yes anybody can go bad. These are good God fearing people and it came to this. Hugger I am in shock after reading that story – I went to CCVS with the sister who lives in the US the last time I heard. I haven’t seen Judy since 1974 and I sometimes think about her and don’t know why.