exceeded 80 milligrams. He was later
Break and enter
for February 15.
The Hawkesbury Ontario Provincial
Approximately 15 minutes later, while
murder charge in
on patrol in Hawkesbury, Constable
crooks made off with a television set and
Pontiac Grand Prix on Régent Street. The
slaying of Kilmar
driver verbally identified himself
Road 10 residence.
Sometime between January 17 and 22,
license at home. During the verification of
while the owners were away, someone
broke a window to gain access to the
that the driver had given a false name,
home. Constable Sébastien Brisson is
police say. Further investigation revealed
investigating the burglary.
emanating froma conviction of Dangerous
The family of Danny Trineer was
Driving in 2007 and also a 2010 conviction
saddened and angered last week when a
for Driving while Disqualified. Since the
driver had a suspended licence, the vehicle
the 32-year-old Kilmar resident will stand
was seized for 45 days. Mario Proulx, 45, of
trial for second-degree murder.
Régent Street, Hawkesbury, was charged
Rosny Wiss César
Relatives and friends had been hoping
with driving while disqualified, driving
22, at approximately 1:20 a.m.,
that a first-degree murder charge would be
convicted, César would get a light sentence.
Hawkesbury O.P.P. Constables Chantal
laid against Rosny Wiss César, 27, of
“Howmuch will he get with that? A few
milligrams and obstructing a peace officer.
Duchesne and Robert Labelle were
Hawkesbury, who was arrested following
years in jail, and he will be free after that?”
patrolling County Road 17, west of
the fatal September 4, 2010 altercation at a
César remains in jail pending his trial. A
Highway 34, in Champlain Township
Hawkesbury bar. After Judge Jean Legault
preparatory conference is set for March 9.
César was charged with first-degree
The driver, Gilles Patry, 48, of Laflèche
murder after Trineer, was stabbed to death
Rd., Hawkesbury, was charged with
disappointment. Danny Trineer’s father,
during a fight in the parking lot of the Déjà
17 in order to promote road safety.
driving while his blood alcohol content
Harry Trineer, 66, said he feared that, if
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