N E W S HAWKESBURY DRUGS SEIZURE
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following a police raid with search warrants July 22 on two separate apartment resi- dences on Main Street East and Laurier Street in Hawkesbury. Police seized an unspecified amount of what they suspected was crystal metham- phetamine, along with an undisclosed amount of Canadian money, and other items believed linked with drug trafficking. Both of the accused were released on their own recognizance and are scheduled for provincial court in L’Orignal September 16.
Two people are under arrest on drug charges following an OPP raid on two apartments in Hawkesbury. Martin Bernier, 56, of Hawkesbury, is charged with possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking, and Brigitte Myre, 55, of Champlain Township, is charged with possession of drugs. The two were arrested and charged
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Police seized what they believe to be crystal methamphetamine during a July 22 raid on two apartments in Hawkesbury. They also confiscated several other items they suspect relate to drug trafficking charges against two people. —supplied photo CEMENT PLANT APPEAL HEARING STILL ON
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Unless there is a change in plan because of the pandemic situation, the Local Provinciail Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) hearing concerning the proposal Colacem cement plant project will go ahead starting November 2 this year. The hearing will deal with two appeals concerning plans to develop a cement plant on the Colacem property outside of the Village of L’Orignal in Champlain Township. The United Counties of Prescott-Russell (UCPR) approved the zoning changes for the project while Champlain Township council rejected them. Now Colacem is appealing the township’s decision while Action Champlain, a local citizens group, is appealing the UCPR decision. —photo Gregg Chamberlain
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