Drug, cigarette charges

Benoit Thériault has been charged with

was charged with taking a motor vehicle

A 69-year-old Hawkesbury man faces

Man faces

possession of cocaine for the purpose of

without consent, three counts of failing to

charges after Ontario Provincial Police

trafficking, possession of unmarked

comply with an undertaking, impaired

officers seized a quantity of cocaine and

cigarettes and possession of unmarked

operation of a vehicle, failing to remain at

contraband cigarettes at a Higginson Street

assault charges

cigarettes for the purpose of sale.


residence April 19.

a licence.

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28 to June 4, the Hawkesbury Ontario

A 32-year-old Hawkesbury man faces

Provincial Police detachment responded to

two counts of assault following an

247 occurrences. Officers investigated five

altercation at the LCBO store in

assaults, three break and enters and 12

Hawkesbury May 31. Stéphane

thefts; three RIDE initiatives were

Laflamme, of Cartier Boulevard, was also

conducted. Therewas one impaireddriving

charged with causing a disturbance,

charge. Out of these 247 occurrences, 32

being intoxicated in public place and

were concluded with charges.

failing to leave premises when directed,

Uttering threats charges

reports the Hawkesbury Ontario

May 30, officers responded to a report of

Provincial Police detachment. He is

death threats being made to two persons

scheduled to appear in L’Orignal court

who were walking on St-Philippe Street in

July 4. Shortly after 7 p.m. May 31, police

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Alfred. The victims werewalking in front of

were dispatched to the 56 Main St. East

a residence when someone started to yell

store to investigate a report that a man

death threats. Minutes later, the man was

had allegedly assaulted an employee and

arrested outside of his residence. Yves

a customer. According to police, an

Longpré, 48, of St-Philippe Street, was

intoxicated man had entered the store

charged with criminal harassment and

and became upset when he was refused

threatening conduct.

service. The man then allegedly began


yelling and shouting, refusing to leave

A Hawkesbury man who was

when asked to do so. A female employee

consistently communicating with his ex-

would have been assaulted by theman. A

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girlfriend had a “reality check” May 29.

customer who came to the defence of the

The girlfriend had told the ex-boyfriend to

woman would have also been attacked.

stop communicating with her, but he

Nobody was injured. The suspect left the

persisted. Although his phone number was

store screaming. He was arrested a few


blocked, the man was able to use another

minutes later.

phone to contact the woman. At that point,

Crash leads to charges

he would have made threats to the victim.

A Lachute man faces several charges

Later that same night, the man showed up

following a single-vehicle accident near

at her residence knocking on her door

L’Orignal June 2.

screaming obscenities and threats. The man

A white Ford F-150 pick-up truck hit a

eventually left the residence. The incident

road sign and a light post before ending

was reported to police. Later that evening,

up in a ditch on County Road 4 near the

the 38-year-old man was arrested and

County road 17 intersection. The driver

charged with criminal harassment,

and passenger left the scene on foot and

threatening conduct, uttering threats to

were later found on Victoria Street,

damage property,

L’Orignal, police say.

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