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Brèves | Briefs

  Photo, Josh Hild, Pexels
Photo, Josh Hild, Pexels

Agression d’un étudiant

Un jeune de 15 ans de Crysler a été arrêté et accusé de voies de fait, à la suite d’une enquête policière, le 24 octobre, concernant un incident impliquant deux élèves d’une école du village de Casselman. L’incident s’est produit un peu avant 17 h. L’adolescent, dont le nom n’a pas été révélé en vertu de la Loi sur le système de justice pénale pour les adolescents, doit comparaitre en cour provinciale à L’Orignal, plus tard dans l’année. – Gregg Chamberlain

Excès de vitesse

Un jeune homme de Rockland a été arrêté à la suite d’un contrôle radar de la police sur la route de comté 17, le 26 octobre vers 3 h 30 du matin. Il a été accusé en vertu du Code de la route d’avoir conduit à une vitesse excessive. Le permis de conduire du chauffeur de 21 ans a été suspendu pendant sept jours et son véhicule saisi pour une période de sept jours. – Gregg Chamberlain

Accidental fire alarms

There have been more accidental fire alarms for the City of Clarence-Rockland’s firefighters to answer this year, so far, than there were last year. The latest update report to council from the emergency services department noted that as of the end of August, this year, there have been 14 fire alarm calls involving kitchen cooking situations, compared to eight last year at that time. The fire department has also had 24 miscellaneous accidental fire alarms as of August this year compared to 13 last year. – Gregg Chamberlain

Driving too fast

A 43-year old man is charged with driving at an excessive speed, also known as « stunt driving”, after an OPP early-morning highway traffic check November 6 clocked at driving “well above the posted speed limit” on the section of County Road 17 passing through Rockland. Danis had his driver’s licence suspended on-site for seven days and his vehicle impounded for seven days.– Gregg Chamberlain

No licence

A 55-year-old man from Ottawa is charged with driving while his licence was suspended and with refusing to take a breathalyzer test. The charges resulted from a November 7 afternoon incident on Landry Road in Clarence Creek. His licence was suspended on-site for 90 days and his vehicle impounded for seven days. He is scheduled to appear in provincial court in L’Orignal November 27.– Gregg Chamberlain

Driver flees

Matthew Steele, 46, of Casselman, is charged with trying to flee police, resisting police, and dangerous driving following an incident, November 4, in North Dundas Township. Police located the vehicle, described in a complaint, on Main Street in Winchester. The police incident brief noted the driver ignored demands to stop and kept on going, until the vehicle went out of control and off the road on County Road 31. There were minor injuries to one of two passengers in the vehicle. Steele is scheduled for provincial court, December 3, in Morrisburg.– Gregg Chamberlain