Here we go for another Bowl for Kids Sake
AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, ASSAULT WITH A WEAPON, POSSESSION OF A WEAPON, BREACH Ross MacDonald , 37, of Cornwall, was arrested on January 21 and charged with aggravated assault, assault with a weapon, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and breach of undertaking and recognizance for failing to keep the peace. On January 21, police located the man at a First Street address, took him into custody and charged him accordingly. He was transported to police headquarters and held for a bail hearing. WITNESSWARRANT Anthony Marini, 22, of Ingleside, was arrested on January 21 on the strength of a witness warrant. Police located the man at a First Street address, took him into custody then transported him to police headquarters where he was held for a bail hearing. Darcy Dingman, 45, of Cornwall, was arrested on January 22 on the strength of a warrant. A warrant was obtained for his arrest and on January 22, the man was located by police at the Cornwall Court House. He was taken into custody and held for a bail hearing. ASSAULT A 20-year-old Cornwall woman was arrested on January 22 and charged with assault. Her name was not released as it might identify the victim in the matter. TAKE MOTOR VEHICLEWITHOUT CONSENT A 17-year-old Orleans youth was arrested on January 21 and charged with taking a motor vehicle without consent. His name was not released as per provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Brisson. “It was a bit low.” For a minimum donation of 20$, participants can play bowling, alongside other 4-6 people teams. The money collected goes on to fund the several mentoring programs at BBBS. More than 30 prizes are also given out to participants, from local restaurant gift cards to Ottawa Senators’tickets and hotel rooms. One lucky winner will even be awarded a trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake. “It’s one of our signature events,” said Brisson. “It’s such an important thing for this community, it all brings us closer.” The Cornwall Bowl for Kids will take place at the Olympia and Nativity bowling lanes on February 8. To sign up or for more information, call BBBS at 613-933-8035
FRANCIS RACINE email@example.com
CORNWALL | It’s been going on for 35 years now and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.Withwell over 1200 bowlers every year and countless prizes to be won, why would the Bowl for Kids Sake stop?
“We usually get around 200 teams in all to participate,” explained Amanda Brisson, executive director at Big Brothers Big Sisters. “So far we’ve only had 70 teams sign up,” she added,
“It’s one of our signature events,” said Brisson. “It’s such an important thing for this community, it all brings us closer.”
somewhat worried. Brisson admits that the recent closure of StarTech has wiped off nearly 20 teams. “They used to be pretty big when it came time to sign up for the Bowl for Kids Sake,” she said. “Now the biggest company (after Tim Hortons) is Sigma Point.” Even though there seems to be a lack of teams signing up, the executive director stresses that BBBS isn’t overly worried. “We usually get a lot of teams at the end of the deadline,” she explained. “But by next week, we should have over 150 teams.” Last year, however, BBBS experienced their lowest team turnout in the event’s history. “We only had 196 teams,” explained UNITEDWAY IS LOOKING FOR NEW AGENCIES/ PROGRAMS/PROJETCS United Way is looking for any new agencies that may be looking for funding around a program or project within their already funding agency that fits within the priorities set out by UnitedWay. All that kids can be From poverty to possibility Healthy people, strong communities Applicants must be a registered charity and be in good standing with the Canada Revenue Agency. Please note United Way does not fund any capital projects or organization deficits. To obtain an application you must call Kim Lauzon- Desjardins @ 613 932-2051 to discuss your program or project before filling out an application. Also note part of the funding decision is based on the need in the community and funds available from our previous campaign efforts. Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry Change start here The three areas to warrant an application must fall under these priorities:
POSSESSION, POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING, PROPERTY OBTAINED BY CRIME
On January 22members of the Cornwall Street Crime Unit assisted by the Cornwall Emergency Response Team executed two drug warrants simultaneously at both a Cumberland Street address and a York Street address. As a result of the warrants five person were arrested and charged as follows:
Shawna Mitchell, 35 of Cornwall Possession of cocaine Possession of marijuana
Gheza Toth-Dogaru, 46 of Cornwall Possession of Fentanyl patches Possession of Fentynol patches for the purpose of trafficking Property obtained by crime Breach of recognizance for being in possession of controlled drugs
Jeremy Ceasor, 20 of Cornwall Possession of cocaine Possessionof marijuana Breach of undertaking for being in possession of a controlled substance and failing to keep the peace
The dates are set: the 20th Cornwall Lift-Off will be held from July 10 to 13 in Lamoureux Park, announced Lift-Off co-chair Jason Jesmer, last week. Jesmer added that Lift-Off is hard at work trying to prepare a secure launch site, follow- ing last year’s confusing outcome. Last year, several hot air balloons had to be launched in Avonmore, whereas some landed in New York State. Jesmer also announced that Lift-Off music goers will enjoy fewer local bands than in previous years. Last December, Jesmer stressed the importance of attracting more par- ticipants from Ottawa and Montreal. Dates are set for Lift-Off
Sherry Burson, 46 of Cornwall Possession of cocaine Possession of marijuana Melissa Burson, 29 of Cornwall Possession of hashish
It is alleged that during the execution of the warrants the following was located: (30) 100 micro gram Fentanyl Patches; Street value $9000.00
15.9 grams of Marijuana; Street value $160.00 2.2 grams of Cocaine; Street value $160.00 2.7 grams of hashish; Street value $30.00 $145.00 Canadian Currency $235.00 U.S. Currency
Shawna Mitchell and Melissa Burton were released to appear in court on February 25th, 2014 while Jeremy Ceasor, Sherry Burson and Gheza Toth-Dogaru were held for a bail hearing.
Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online