Ontario Provincial Police Photo
Police seized a quantity of marijuana
Monday in Hawkesbury after a driver
leads to pot
Two people have been charged after
a traffic violation led to a drug seizure
Monday morning in Hawkesbury.
Ontario Provincial Police Constable
Jonathan Bouchard intercepted a red GMC
pick-up truck shortly after 7:30 a.m.
February 6 after the vehicle failed to stop
for a red light at Main Street East and John
Street. Two occupants were found to be in
about $2,300. More than 2,000 illegal
cigarettes were also found in the vehicle.
The driver, Allen Diabo, 51, of
Kahnawake, was charged with possession
for the purpose of trafficking, possession
of unmarked cigarettes, and failing to stop
at a red light. The passenger, Holly Glover,
57, of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, was charged
with possession for the purpose of
trafficking. Both were released and are
scheduled to appear in court on March 13
Between January 30 and February 6, the
to 245 occurrences. Officers investigated
one break and enter, seven thefts and one
assault. Eight RIDE initiatives were
related charges. Out of these 245
occurrences, 30 were concluded with
charges being laid.
If you have information about
criminal matters call Crime Stoppers at 1-
800-222-8477 or the Hawkesbury O.P.P. at
613-632-2729. Persons giving tips to Crime
Stoppers that lead to an arrest may be
eligible for a cash reward. Crime Stoppers
does not subscribe to Call Display. Your
call will stay anonymous and your
presence won’t be needed in court. Tips
can also be sent via text message and e-
mail. For more information visit the
National Capital Crime Stoppers’ website
February 4, officers received
information that a man was contravening
his bail conditions. Upon arrival at a
Régent Street residence, they found a
Hawkesbury man hiding in a closet.
François Roy, 29, of Nelson Street East,
was charged with three counts of failure to
comply with an undertaking. February 6,
he was refrained from communicating
Consequently, he was charged again with
failing to comply with an undertaking.
See Page 12, please.
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