Cornwall Community Police Service (CCPS) blotter update.Adam Brazeau
CORNWALL, Ontario - The Cornwall Community Police Service will be closely monitoring traffic along Brookdale Avenue and the Seaway International Bridge as a result of an increase in reported incidents of dangerous and aggressive driving coming from and going to The Seaway International Bridge.
The Seaway International Bridge is the main crossing for those who wish to enter Akwesasne or the United States from Canada and efforts are being made to ensure the safety of everyone.
''There is always a “zero tolerance approach” when it comes to the safety of the public and anyone found driving aggressively and / or driving dangerously will be charged accordingly regardless of where it might be in our city," stated Staff Sgt. Fraser. "CCPS is asking the public to please respect the 50 Km / 35 Mph speed limit while driving along this corridor and report any incidents that might put the public’s safety at risk. The public is encouraged to contact 613-933-5000 ext. 2404 to leave anonymous information if they know of someone who drives in such a manner or ext. 2418 to reach CCPS dispatch. Together we can make “Cornwall a safer place for all to enjoy”."
SOUTH GLENGARRY, Ontario - On March 15, 2017 at approximately 2:30 p.m., Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) and Highway Safety Division (HSD) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers intercepted a vehicle on Highway 401, South Glengarry Township.
CORNWALL, Ontario - Darin Cooper, 21, was arrested on March 15, 2017 and charged with utter forged documents, fraud under $5, 000 and breach of recognizance for being in possession of cheques not lawfully obtained by him.
CORNWALL, Ontario - The City of Cornwall will continue with snow clearing operations throughout the evening on Wednesday to deal with the ongoing storm. A full complement of snow clearing equipment is being used. According to weather monitoring equipment at the City Water Purification Plant, 28 centimetres of snow had fallen as of 3 pm.
CORNWALL, Ontario - Mayor, Leslie O’Shaughnessy recently responded to the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry’s letter to the City of Cornwall regarding shared services. O’Shaughnessy expressed that while sharing their frustration, he does not believe that the City of Cornwall is the sole reason for the stalling of negotiations.