Cops and robbers, July 30, 2014

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CORNWALL, Ontario -  Cornwall police had the last laugh while arresting a local man who used spit as his weapon of choice on Tuesday.

Cornwall Community Police Service (CCPS) blotter update.

'The spitting image of a terrible cellmate'

City cops were called to a Second Street East address in response to a disturbance on July 29.

Police attended the scene and located an "intoxicated man."

Cornwall resident Michael Terry, 36, was arrested and transported to police headquarters.

During the booking process, police reported that the man spat on two officers.

He was charged with two counts of assault police and for being intoxicated in a public place.

The man was held for a bail hearing.

'Heated emotions between old flames'

Threatening to torch your ex's property will only get you burned in the long run.

Police reported that on July 15 a city man, 35, threatened to set fire to the belongings of his ex-common law wife, 32, that remained at his residence.

On July 29, he was taken into custody and charged with threats to property.

The man was transported to police headquarters and released to appear in court on August 26.

'Warrant leads to lock-up'

Cornwall resident Dawn Lapensee, 30, attended police headquarters on July 29 to deal with an undisclosed matter. What the local woman didn't know is that a previous warrant for driving offences would land her in police custody.

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