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a Calumet revitalization plan.
with three counts of failing to comply with
But Grenville-sur-la-Rouge council
recognizance and possession of marijuana.
June 10, at approximately 3:30 a.m. a
heritage site could also be scuttled.
In the week of June 4 to 11, the
Council has rejected a suggestion that
Hawkesbury Ontario Provincial Police
someone taking solar lamps from his yard
$74,000 be spent to restore the wooden
and escaping in a vehicle. The complainant
structure that was built in 1877 and was
and laid 40 charges. Officers investigated
followed the vehicle and called police. The
abandoned in 1970.
five assaults, three break and enters and
suspect’s vehicle was stopped by police at
Mayor John Saywell said at a recent
14 thefts; two RIDE initiatives were
the intersection of Régent and Stanley
conducted. There was one impaired
driving charge laid.
Police found the lamps, a small amount
of Cannabis Resin and a set of brass
Bad place for a smoke
The building could be acquired from
knuckles. Christopher Bougie, 20, of
As Constable Jonathan Lacelle was
Brownsburg-Chatham, was charged with
the token sumof $1.
parked in a Cartier Boulevard parking lot
theft, possession of cannabis resin and
of an apartment complex, monitoring
But Councillor Noël Baril, one of the
unauthorized possession of a weapon. He
traffic near the lunch hour June 4, a male
four councillors opposing the expense,
is to appear in court July 4 in L’Orignal.
walked up the street in front of the fully-
countered that there were too many
marked police cruiser smoking what was
believed to be a marijuana cigarette.
June 11, shortly after midnight, a
A new roof would be required, the
Jocelyn Lalonde, 37, of Cartier
constable conducting a R.I.D.E. checkpoint,
building would have to be moved, and
Boulevard, Hawkesbury was charged
soil contamination would have to be
with possession of marijuana. He is
northbound on John Street, Hawkesbury.
scheduled for a court appearance June 20
He discovered close to 300 grams of
Plus, taxpayers do not want to spend
marijuana, with a street value of
approximately $6,000. Ghislain Perron, 25,
of St-Eustache, was charged with
that the prime goal of the council is to
A 20-year-old Main Street,
possession for the purpose of trafficking.
Hawkesbury man has been charged with
The former Calumet train station was
He is scheduled to appear in court July 4 in
Saywell affirmed that the
making harassing telephone calls to his
once considered as a possible location for
L’Orignal. If you have information about
a new town hall and a key component of
any criminal matters please call Crime
conditions by constantly texting and
Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or call the
calling his ex-girlfriend even though she
Hawkesbury O.P.P. at 613-632-2729.
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had reminded him that he could not
Persons giving tips to Crime Stoppers that
communicate with her.
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The quick thinking of L’Orignal
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needed in court. Tips can also be sent via
the arrest of a Clarence-Rockland man
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who was later charged with impaired
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driving and possession of cocaine. June 8
at approximately 7:30 a.m., a vehicle was
parked in the parking lot of the meat shop
situated on County Road 17 west of
L’Orignal. A man was found sleeping
behind the wheel. An employee of the
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business quickly reacted and took the
keys from the driver. When police officers
arrived, they found the man still sleeping
behind the wheel. Claude Dupuis Jr., 28,
of Henri Circle in Clarence-Rockland, is
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scheduled to appear in court in L’Orignal
Traffic stop leads to drug
INVITATION to attend the bicentennial celebration of the village of Plantagenet
June 8, while conducting a R.I.D.E.
INVITATION à la célébration du bicentenaire du village de Plantagenet
initiative, a constable intercepted a grey
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Mayer, 29, of Aéroparc Boulevard,
Lachute, was charged with possession of
marijuana and cannabis resin and
driving a motor vehicle with liquor
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on patrol on Peat Moss Road, Constable
Marc Lauzon observed a red Pontiac
Montana and recognized the driver as
being suspended from driving. Tarie
King, 34, of Caledonia Springs Road in
Alfred-Plantagenet, was charged with
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been charged with the same offence May
30. The vehicle was impounded for seven
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$1,000 and not more than $5,000 for a first
offence and a fine of not less than $2,000
and not more than $5,000 for a repeated
offence. The person might also face
imprisonment for a term of not more than
six months. King is scheduled to appear
at the L’Orignal Court July 5.
Breach, drug charges
June 10, officers tracked down a man
after he was spotted running from a
Hawkesbury bar. Danick Lapalme-Blais,
22, of Catherine Street, Hawkesbury, was
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