Corrupt Cornwall Police Only Disclose 2 of 61 Calls for Service #CPS 021120

Editor’s note. There are at least 9 missing calls for service compared to the police map. Some of the calls the Cornwall police, according to their own data, are refusing to include in the blotter are calls for service for:

1 Threats

1 Sudden Death

1 Sexual Assault

4 Motor Vehicle Collisions

1 Mental Health Act

1 B&E

1 Animal Complaint

1 Assault

CFN continues to fight corruption within the Cornwall police service and their refusal to provide basic information and communicate in a prompt and professional manner which sadly they are refusing to do.


Cornwall, ON – Garabed Kharmandarian, 56, of Cornwall was arrested on February 10th, 2020 and charged with failing to appear for fingerprints. It is alleged on January 30th, 2020, the man failed to attend police headquarters for fingerprints, as per his undertaking, and an investigation ensued. On February 10th, 2020, he attended police headquarters to deal with the matter. He was taken into custody, charged accordingly and released to appear in court on May 10th, 2020.


Cornwall, ON – Jean Mitchell, 22, of Cornwall was arrested on February 10th, 2020 and charged with theft under $5000. It is alleged on February 8th, 2020, the man attended a Second Street business and removed merchandise, making no attempt to pay for the items as he left the store. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. On February 10th, 2020, he was taken into custody, charged accordingly and held for a bail hearing.


There were 61 calls for service in the City of Cornwall over the last 24 hours (8:00 am yesterday to 8:00 am today)


  1. First of all they don’t have to disclose every crime on there web site and they shouldn’t unless it is news worthy Cornwall is the only hill billy town I know that posts on there website and reports in the news paper that a 12 year old boy was charged with shoplifting or a hungry person stole to eat instead of publicly shaming people for having to steal to eat let’s try and feed.

  2. I wish you good luck getting the CPS to disclose more. But reading what they posted earlier “contains incidents that meet public disclosure eligibility in order to protect the identity of the victims.” you are in for a long, protracted fight. They will continue to hide the reporting behind that statement.

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    Hugger there are certain standards across the board that most Police Services abide by. For example when the sub machine gun was stolen from the armoury and not disclosed and other cases.

    You can’t run a police service in the shadows, especially one that costs a community with less than 40,000 souls $20M per year.

    While you never want to impede, even remotely, any investigation, media are partners normally with police. Without reasonable disclosure it makes it near impossible for police to be held accountable.

    Here’s a perfect example of a release which is practiced now by the SD&G OPP and regularly in Kingston.

    You can clearly see the different incident break down. That means that we media that aren’t lazy or corrupt can call the media person and ask a question or share some info.

    It’s that simple. The bigger question is why the CPS refuse to do so, especially now that they have a media person?

  4. Admin, I agree with what you said 100%. And the media are partners and they relay the info to the public. Total calls and breakdowns are needed from CPS and BPS. They should be held accountable. And what they release does not allow that accountability.

  5. To Shame on cps…. no they don’t have to disclose every crime. But basic reporting like the OPP /KPS do should be done. Cornwall seems to report the same way Brockville does, just the “highlights.” It’s the CSF editor who choose what is printed, so blame the editor when stories like you said are printed. CFN just copies what they receive from the CPS. So, no blame can be put on CFN.

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