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Argument ends in assault charge Police answered a domestic disturbance call June 19 involving a trio gathered on Principale Street in Casselman.

driving, driving with a blood-alcohol level exceeding 80milligrams, and withmarijuana possession not exceeding 30 grams. He was also ticketed under the provincial highway traffic regulations with being a novice and a young driver having care and control of a vehicle when his blood-alcohol level was above the zero mark. His case is scheduled for the July 22 provincial court session in L’Orignal. Business burglary Police have a break-and-enter file from June 17. The Embrun Centre-Aide on New York Central Avenue in Embrun was broken into sometime during the night. The thief left, taking a number of items. Anyone with information on the break-in can call Const. Miguel Clement at the Embrun station at 613-443-4499 or the CrimeStoppers toll- free confidential tips line at 1-800-222-8477.

The three were arguing and, at one point, the OPP incident report stated, a woman was struck by a man. Police have charged a 33-year-old Casselman man, name not disclosed, with assault. His case is sche- duled for the July 8 provincial court session in L’Orignal. Impaired driver Police received a call June 20 about a single-vehicle accident on Route 900 East in St-Albert. Officers responding found a vehicle in a ditch and, after talking to the driver, arrested himon suspicion that alco- hol was involved. A breathalyzer test at the detachment showed the driver’s blood-al- cohol level was over the legal limit. Christopher Beacom, 19, of North Stor- mont Township, is charged with impaired

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End of ecoLarose project The official end of the ecoLarose project will take place at the end of the month when the United Counties of Prescott-Russell council (UCPR) receives a resolution from administration to cancel the project and take the $4 million dedicated from the UCPR working fund for the project and divide the money instead among the eight member municipalities for their own infrastructure needs. UCPR administration had gotten a brief reprieve last month on the project cancellation to try one last time to get either provincial or federal confirmation of interest and willingness to a one-third sharing partnership on the estimated $12 million cost for the project or find a private sector outfit willing to take on the counties’ share. The ecoLarose project involved building a conference centre and natural history interpretation and research centre in the Larose Forest bordering The Nation and the City of Clarence-Rockland. UCPR Chief Administrator Stéphane Parisien reported «conflic- ting messages» in response to local interest inquiries, prompting counties staff to abandon further efforts to salvage the project. – Gregg Chamberlain

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