a Calumet revitalization plan.

304 incidents,

with three counts of failing to comply with

But Grenville-sur-la-Rouge council

recognizance and possession of marijuana.


Lamp theft

40 charges


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

Trafficking charge

salvage effort

marked police cruiser smoking what was

unknown costs.

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

in L’Orignal.

Plus, taxpayers do not want to spend

marijuana, with a street value of



- LA


approximately $6,000. Ghislain Perron, 25,


Harassment charge

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.



had reminded him that he could not

Persons giving tips to Crime Stoppers that

communicate with her.

lead to an arrest may be eligible for a cash


Impaired charge

reward. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe

to Call Display. Your call will stay

The quick thinking of L’Orignal

anonymous and your presence won’t be

Packing employees is being credited with

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MLS 8745480

needed in court. Tips can also be sent via

the arrest of a Clarence-Rockland man

René Taschereau Courtier immobilier aggréé 450 566-5459

text message and e-mail. For more

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

Plantagenet 1812 – 2012

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

Robert Hartley Sports Complex 613 636-2082

scheduled to appear in court in L’Orignal

June 20.

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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2003 Toyota Matrix that was traveling on

Main Street East, Hawkesbury. Sébastien

Mayer, 29, of Aéroparc Boulevard,

Lachute, was charged with possession of

marijuana and cannabis resin and

driving a motor vehicle with liquor

Le jeudi 5 juillet 2012 Chemin Jessup’s Falls

Thursday July 5th 2012 Jessup’s Falls Road

readily available. He is to appear in court

July 18 in L’Orignal.

Suspended driver

Cost per session: 1st child: $70.00 - 2nd child: $64.00

June 9, in Alfred-Plantagenet, while

10h00 : Célébration au cimetière Chesser : Dignitaires et descendants (entrée sur le chemin Jessup ouest près de l’ancienne fromagerie) 11h00 : Dévoilement du Parc Chesser : (chemin de comté 9 sur l’île entre les deux ponts) 11h30 : Goûter léger et dégustation STATIONNEMENT DISPONIBLE AUX DEUX ENDROITS Bienvenue à cet important événement pour commémorer la fondation du village de Plantagenet. Célébration organisée par la Municipalité d’Alfred et Plantagenet en collaboration avec les membres du comité du cimetière Chesser.

10:00: Celebration at Chesser cemetery: Dignitaries and descendants (entrance by Jessup’s Falls Road, west of the former cheese factory 11:00: Chesser Park presentation (county Road 9 between the two bridges) 11:30: Light lunch served PARKING AVAILABLE AT BOTH SITES Your presence will be greatly appreciated at this commerative event for the foundation of the village of Plantagenet. This event is organized by the Township of Alfred & Plantagenet in partnership with the members of the Chesser Cemetary committee.

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

For children from 6 to 16 years old Monday, Wednesday, Friday (15 classes) 8:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m.

driving while under suspension. He had

been charged with the same offence May

30. The vehicle was impounded for seven


A person found driving while being

suspended faces a fine of not less than

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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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