Ottawa man arrested and charged with several gun offenses
(Ottawa) — The Ottawa Police Guns and Gangs Unit is advising that Jordan PAYETTE-MCLEAN 22 years of age, from Ottawa was arrested and charged this afternoon in relation to a search warrant execution in the City’s East End.
PAYETTE-MCLEAN was the subject of an Ottawa Police Gun and Gang investigation, which led to his criminal code charges of:
1) CC 86 (1) USE/HANDLE/STORE FIREARM, ETC. CARELESSLY
2) CC 88 (1) POSSESS WEAPON, ETC./DANGEROUS TO PUBLIC PEACE
3) CC 91 (1) POSSESS RESTRICTED OR PROHIBITED FIREARM WITHOUT HOLDING A LICENCE AND REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE
4) CC 92 (1) POSSESS RESTRICTED OR PROHIBITED FIREARM KNOWINGLY NOT HOLDING A LICENCE AND REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE
5) CC 95 (1) POSSESS LOADED REGULATED FIREARM
6) CC 96 (1) POSSESS FIREARM, ETC. OBTAINED BY CRIME
7) CC 108 (1) (b) POSSESS FIREARM WITH ALTERED SERIAL NUMBER
8) CC 117.01 (1) POSSESS FIREARM, ETC. WHILE PROHIBITED
9) CC 733.1 (1) BREACH OF PROBATION
10) CDSA 5 (2) POSSESS SCHEDULE I SUBSTANCE FOR TRAFFICKING
Shots Fired in area of Rideau and Nelson St.
Ottawa — The Ottawa Police Guns and Gangs Unit is continuing the investigation into the report of multiple shots fired in the area of Nelson and Rideau St on Sunday March 8, 2015 at approximately 5:30am. Numerous witnesses reported the sounds of gunshots and persons running from the area. Police conducted an extensive search for suspects and evidence.
Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [GRENVILLE COUNTY (Kemptville)] Shoplifting Leads To Drug Charge 2015-03-06
(Kemptville, ON.) – Grenville County Ontario Provincial Police have charged a North Dundas woman with theft and drug charges.
On March 5th, police were dispatched to a theft complaint at a local pet store. The investigation resulted in a female being arrested for theft of pet toys and possession of morphine.
Carley Michelle Winters, age 21 of North Dundas is charged with theft under $5,000 and possession of a schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking- morphine.
The accused is scheduled to appear in Ontario Court of Justice, Kemptville on April 1st, 2015.
Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [LANARK COUNTY] IMPAIRED MAN HELD FOR BAIL HEARING 2015-03-06
(Township Drummond North Elmsley, ON) – Officers from the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have charged a Montague Township man following an incident arising from general patrol duties on the night of Thursday 5th March 2015.
As a result of the officers’ observation of a red pickup truck on Yacht Club Road, Township of Drummond North Elmsley Drummond, Shawn BURKE (35) was charged with;
One Count : Care and Control of a Motor Vehicle while Impaired.
One Count: Care and Control of a Motor Vehicle over 80 mgs of alcohol per 100
Millilitres of Blood.
Two Counts: Fail to comply with Recognizance of Bail.
All offences contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada.
One Count: Possession of Cannabis Resin.
Contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
BURKE was held pending a Bail Hearing at the Provincial Court in the Town of Perth.
Kingston Police Service
Calls for Service
Kingston Police had 96 calls for service during the 24 hour period of March 5 with 9 additional dispatches between midnight and the morning shift. Some of these included:
- 1 domestic call
- 4 assault calls
- 2 harassment calls
- 1 fight/disturbance call
- 5 undesirable calls
- 3 alarm calls
- 7 noise complaints
- 2 missing person calls
- 1 Mental Health Act call
- 7 medical assist calls
- 12 assist citizen calls
- 1 break and enter call
- 10 theft calls
- 3 mischief calls
- 2 fraud calls
- 4 motor vehicle collisions
- 5 driving complaints
- 10 suspicious activity calls
- 2 drug calls
There were six individuals in police cells this morning, four men and two women, between the ages of 19 to 36 years of age. The offences involve: Controlled Drugs and Substances charges, domestic assault, fail to appear, and breach of recognizance and breach of probation.
Residents are encouraged to view the Kingston Police Crime Mapping Tool that can be accessed through the website here. To further community awareness and improve accessibility to calls-for-police-service occurring in the community, Kingston Police has merged Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology with police calls-for-service data for user-friendly public consumption.
Missing Kingston Woman Recovered
Missing since March 1, 2015 Rachel LANDRY, 35 years of age, has been safely recovered by family members in the Windsor area and returned to Kingston.
Rachel made contact with relatives in the early evening of March 5. Since then family has travelled to her location and returned her home where she is receiving proper care. The vehicle she was driving has also been recovered.
Kingston Police detectives are following-up with the family but have removed Rachel from CPIC as a missing person. Thanks to our media partners and the community for helping to share and spread the information, leading to her eventual safe return.
Two Wanted Persons Arrested at Local Restaurant
Kingston Police received a two-for-one deal at a local Chinese restaurant when they arrested a male and female both wanted on various breach charges.
Shortly before 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 5 a Uniform Patrol officer and two members of the Emergency Response Unit (ERU) attended a King Street West establishment after receiving information the wanted individuals were inside.
The 33-year-old Kingston male attempted to ignore police upon their arrival at his table, continuing to eat his food. He was soon advised he was under arrest, and while at first uncooperative, he was taken into custody without incident. The 36-year-old Kingston female was cooperative with officers when placed under arrest.
The male faces three counts of Breach of Recognizance and one Breach of Probation stemming from his failure in December 2014 to report to his Bail Supervisor, provide a change of address and more. The female faces four counts of Breach of Recognizance and one Breach of Probation for similar failures to report in January 2015. Both will be attending a bail hearing later in the day.
Male Arrested on Domestic Charges
A 25-year-old Kingston male is in police custody for various domestic offences against a former girlfriend that occurred over a period of a year.
On March 5, 2015 Kingston Police originally responded and were involved with the former couple, no longer residing together, in relation to heated disputes over a shared pet. Upon speaking to the female victim officers discerned the accused’s actions of late were becoming increasing hostile and threatening in nature. Grounds were formed to arrest the male for Criminal Harassment.
After continuing to interview the victim more historic offences were disclosed to have occurred over the period of the last year, at various locations both in and outside the city of Kingston. These included three separate assaults that involved pushing, throwing to the ground, ripping of clothing and more.
In one incident the accused refused to allow the victim to leave an apartment so a charge of Forcible Confinement will also be laid. In another incident the accused forcibly took control of the victim’s cell phone and threw it into a toilet, rendering it inoperable, so a charge of Mischief Under $5,000 will be added.
The male was arrested by police in Kingston on March 5 at approximately 8:00 p.m. and was held overnight in cells for the purpose of attending a bail hearing the following day.
Brockville Police Service