Man faces 15 charges in sex assault investigation
sion by a man who was known to the vic- tim’s family. The assaults allegedly began when he was 8 years old and the last assault occurred at the age of 12. Police say the in- vestigation resulted in finding other sexual
assaults that would have been committed on a multitude of girls and boys between 1959 and 1986. Never too late The detachment stresses, “It is never too
late to report a sexual assault.” If you have any information about these matters or other matters, call Detective Sergeant Dan Levert of the Hawkesbury OPP Crime Unit at 613-632-2729.
HAWKESBURY | A 69-year-old L’Orignal man faces 15 charges following an investi- gation of a series of sexual assaults that al- legedly occurred between 1959 and 1986. Roger Joly, of Front Road West, L’Orignal, has been charged with 15 counts of inde- cent assault following an investigation by the Hawkesbury Ontario Provincial Police detachment. Joly was arrested and re- leased. He is scheduled to appear at the L’Orignal Court October 10. The Hawkesbury O.P.P. received a com- plaint earlier this summer from a man who informed police investigators that he was sexually assaulted on more than one occa- September 2 shortly after midnight, Constable Jean-François Leclerc inter- cepted a 2001 Subaru on St-Philippe Street, Alfred. Police say the intoxicated driver was operating a vehicle with a li- cence plate that had been fabricated out of paper. Peter Dudas, 21, of St-Jean Baptiste Street, Vaudreuil-Dorion, was charged with impaired driving, using an illegal plate and driving without insur- ance. Paper plate doesn’t cut it
Town man charged with assaulting police
A 38-year-old Hawkesbury man has been charged with assaulting a police officer fol- lowing a disturbance on Régent Street Au- gust 31. Patrick Young, of Régent Street, faces two counts of assaulting a peace officer, two counts of uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm, one count of obstructing a po- lice officer and one count of mischief. The charges were laid when Officers Luc Duval and Danyk Lafrance arrived at the scene and found an intoxicated man yelling and screaming. While officers were trying to communicate with the suspect, he alleg- edly pushed one of the officers. As the man was arrested, he allegedly resisted, kicking and screaming, and threatening the offi- cers. Police say that the suspect again at- tempted to assault a constable after he was taken to a cell at the detachment. Young was later released but he was back in cus- tody September 2. Shortly after 9 p.m., as Constable Lise Durocher was patrolling in Hawkesbury, she intercepted a bicycle at Laurier and Lansdowne Streets. The cyclist had no headlights on his bicycle. Young was breaching the condition that he not con-
Michel Cormier stopped a speeding car on Highway 417 in Champlain Township. Alain Sarazin, 50, of Lafontaine Street, Montréal, was charged with impaired driving and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle. Talking about suicide Sessions on suicide prevention are be- ing held throughout the region. Organized by the Canadian Mental Health Association, an English-language session will be held September 10 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the St. Jude Elemen- tary School, 5355 Highway 34, Vankleek Hill, while French-language sessions will take place September 13 from7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at L’Académie de la Seigneurie, 731, rue des Pommiers, Casselman and at L’École secondaire Le Relais, 100 McNabb St., Alexandria. For information, contact Josée Deslau- riers, Mental Health Promoter, 613-632- 4924 ext. 409 or 1-800-493-8271.
sume alcohol, police say. Unopened cans of beer were found in his backpack and were subsequently seized. 37 charges In the week of August 27 to September 3, the Hawkesbury O.P.P. detachment re- sponded to 319 occurrences. Officers inves- tigated four assaults, a break-in and seven thefts, laid two impaired driving charges and laid 37 charges in all. Drug charge August 27, shortly after 10 p.m., Consta- ble Luc Côté intercepted a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee on John Street, Hawkesbury. Af- ter finding illicit drugs, he charged Patrick Bergeron, 33, of Gilles-Villeneuve Street, Mirabel, with possession of cannabis resin. August 30, at approximately 1:30 p.m. a vehicle was stopped by Constables Steve Hamel and Daniel Dubé on Main Street West. Daniel Brown, 38, of Spence Avenue, Hawkesbury was charged with possession of marijuana and methamphetamines, and possession of property obtained by crime. During the lunch hour of August 31, Sergeant Adrien Joly and Constable Jean-
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