Top Left Header
Header
News
Arrow

Cornwall Police Service: Official Media Release - July 14, 2011

Media Release
Cornwall Police Service

Cornwall Police Service: Official Media Release - July 14, 2011
The following is an official media release and/or announcement from the Cornwall Community Police Service: A 40 year-old Long Sault woman was arrested on the 12th of July, 2011 for breaching her conditions. She was bound by an Undertaking Order with conditions to Not communicate directly or indirectly with a specific male or to attend his residence.

Cornwall - Jul. 14, 2011 - The following is an official media release and/or announcement from the Cornwall Community Police Service:

BREACH OF UNDERTAKING
Cornwall, Ont. - A 40 year-old Long Sault woman was arrested on the 12th of July, 2011 for breaching her conditions. She was bound by an Undertaking Order with conditions to Not communicate directly or indirectly with a specific male or to attend his residence. On the offence date, it is alleged that the female was located by a member of Community Patrol in the male’s driveway. Police arrested the female for 2 counts of Breach of Undertaking and she was released to appear in court on the 26th of July, 2011. Her name is not being released.

DOMESTIC ASSAULT
Cornwall, Ont. - A 62 year-old Cornwall male was arrested on the 13th of July, 2011 following a domestic disturbance investigation. On July 7th, it is alleged that during an argument with his 47 year-old wife, he assaulted her by punching her in the arm and kicking her calf. The victim did not require medical attention at the time of the incident. Police were contacted and an investigation resulted in the male facing 1 count of Assault. He was held in custody until court. His name is not being released as it may identify the victim in this incident.

DOMESTIC ASSAULT and BREACH
Cornwall, Ont. - A 50 year-old Cornwall male was arrested on the 13th of July, 2011 following a domestic disturbance investigation. The male was bound by an Undertaking Order with a condition to Keep the Peace and be of Good Behaviour. It is alleged that during an argument with his ex-girlfriend, he threw a household item in her direction. The female did not suffer any injury. Police were contacted and an investigation resulted in the male facing 1 count of Assault with a Weapon and 1 count of Breach of Undertaking. He was held in custody until court. His name is not being released as it may identify the victim in this incident.

BREACH OF RECOGNIZANCE
Cornwall, Ont. - A 14 year-old Cornwall female was arrested on the 13th of July, 2011 for breaching her conditions. She was bound by a Recognizance Order with conditions to Abide by a curfew and to Follow the house rules. On the offence date, it is alleged that she was away from her residence after curfew and attempted to engage in an altercation with another female. Police were contacted and an investigation has resulted in the young person facing 2 counts of Breach of Recognizance. She was held in custody until court the following day. Her name is being withheld due to provisions under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

BREAK AND ENTER
Cornwall, Ont. - The Cornwall Community Police Service is investigating a break and enter which occurred sometime around 3 am. at a Brookdale Avenue business. The suspect(s) gained entry by throwing a rock through the main entrance glass door. Once inside, the suspect(s) stole money. If you have any information regarding this break and enter, please contact the Service at (613) 932-2110.


Follow OurHometown.ca on... Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Follow us on RSS Follow Us with E-Mail Updates!
Send Us Your Thoughts


Title - Story Count
7,961 Stories & Growing Daily...

To date OurHometown.ca has posted a total of 7,961 stories! News, sports, hockey, lifestyle, opinion and more!

Be sure to check out our Contributors and Columnists archives!


Title - More OH Headlines
Click on Photo or Story Title for more info
Town of Lakeshore announces Notre Dame Street Reconstruction
NDP calls MacLeod’s minister of tears comment demeaning, callous
WE-STEAM Kids Summit celebrates youth, technology
Tremblay Beach CA closed until further notice
Ontario Government to allow for reasonable wage increases while protecting vital services
OurHometown.ca News Database Last Updated:
Aug. 8, 2019 @ 8:22 AM EDT



Footer
Free Sitemap Generator