Cops and robbers, July 16

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CORNWALL, Ontario - A city man starting a food fight with his ex at her workplace and an 18-year-old playing hooky with the law highlight today's Cornwall police blotter.

Cornwall Community Police Service (CCPS) blotter update.

Ex-boyfriend's 'juicy' statement leads to mischief charges

This is not your typical food fight.

Police reported that on Tuesday, July 15, an 18-year-old Cornwall man attended his 19-year-old ex-girlfriend’s workplace and poured juice on her car.

The police report also says the man struck his ex’s car with an egg back in February.

The man was located at his residence taken into custody and charged with two counts of mischief.

He was later released to appear in court on August 21.

No names were released to protect the victim.

Bad company

The company you keep can make or break you – or in this case, land you in cuffs and in front of a judge.

City cops responded to a disturbance call at a Pitt Street residence on July 15, leading to the arrest of a 42-year-old Cornwall man.

Police say the man was in the company of a woman that he was not to associate with while being under the influence of alcohol.

He was taken into custody, charged with breaching his probation and held for bail.

Since his conditions stem from a domestic incident no names were provided.

Bar bust

Cornwall police arrested a 42-year-old Cornwall man during a bar complaince check in the early morning hours of July 15, without his surety.

He was taken into custody, charged with breaching his recognizance and held for a bail hearing.

Don't ditch the law

An 18-year-old Cornwall man learned the hard way that if you don't make time for Johnny Law, he'll make time for you.

The man missed his scheduled meetings with the Cornwall police during the months of June and July, according to their blotter.

On July 14, the man attended police headquarters to deal with the matter.

He was charged with breaching his recognizance, undertaking and probation order for failing to report as directed and for failing to keep the peace.

His name was not released as per provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act as some of the conditions were imposed on him while he was a youth.

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  • Linda
    July 17, 2014 - 07:14

    When in the hell is the law going to change? If a kid over the age of 12 does a crime, why can't his name be published? If he is old enough to do a crime, he is old enough to understand the law.