SD&G OPP kept hopping with all kinds of shenanigans

SD&G OPP kept hopping with all kinds of shenanigans
SD&G OPP blotter update.

CORNWALL, Ontario – On Thursday evening in South Glengarry, a domestic disturbance that erupted on County Road 17 ended with assault charges laid on a visiting teenage couple.

Officers arrived at the scene after being alerted to the incident at 7:30 p.m.

According to the Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), a 16-year-old male was involved in an altercation with his girlfriend of the same age. Both suspects are from South Stormont, but no names were released since they’re minors.

The pair is scheduled to appear in a Cornwall courthouse on June 23.

Stolen vehicle recovered (undriveable)

Within 24 hours, the 80-kilometre joyride from North Dundas to South Glengarry ended in flames.

Provincial police were alerted to a torched vehicle abandoned on Fraser Road in Lancaster at 9:08 a.m. on Tuesday (May 19). The automobile was jacked the day before from Froats Road in Chesterville.

The case remains open.

Family dispute leads to arrest

After damaging a relative’s vehicle, the 54-year-old male suspect was given a free ride in a police cruiser.

Authorities were called to the North Dundas residence at 10:46 a.m. on Wednesday (May 20).

The accused was charged with mischief under $5,000 and released to appear at a Morrisburg courthouse on July 7. No names were released to protect the victim.

‘Dangerous driver’ steers anger too close to home

A South Glengarry resident made a narrow escape from a speeding vehicle being driven by a family member, according to SD&G OPP.

Officers arrested a 53-year-old man at a County Road 34 residence Monday morning (May 18) after being alerted to a domestic disturbance in progress.

A police media report says the suspect attempted to strike the victim down with his car, in addition to continually harassing the relative for an undisclosed period of time leading up to the shocking event.

Ignace Peters has been charged with assault with a weapon, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, and two counts of criminal harassment.

He was held for a bail hearing in a Cornwall courthouse.

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