Lanark County responds to more than 400 calls for service as summer months take hold

June 27, 2017 by

opp-logo-300x241Between Monday 19th June 2017 and Monday 26th June 2017 officers from the Lanark Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to 417 calls for service.

The calls included:

Motor Vehicle Collisions.

Total 31 (Including 12 Car/ Deer)

Impaired Drivers.

At 10:29am on Saturday 24th June at Bridge Street in the Town of Carleton Place officers stopped a black pick-up truck that was registered to an unlicensed driver. Investigation revealed that the driver was the registered owner. Ronald O'CONNELL (42 years) of the Municipality of Mississippi Mills is charged: One (1) Count Driving with Over 80mgs of Alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood. He was released to appear at a later date at the Provincial Court in Perth.

Domestic Incidents

At 11:47pm on Thursday 22nd June officers responded to a call to a residence in Drummond North Elmsley Township. A forty two (42) year old man from that Township is charged: One (1) Count Assault, One (1) Count Assault with a Weapon, One (1) Count Mischief Under $5000. The man was held in custody pending a Bail Hearing at the Provincial Court in the Town of Perth.

At 05:45am on Saturday 24th June 2017 officers responded to a report of distressed person at the Lanark County Detachment. Following an investigation a twenty nine (29) year old man from the Town of Perth is charged:Two (2) Counts Assault causing Bodily Harm. The man was held in custody pending a Bail hearing at the Provincial Court in the Town of Perth.

Nine other incidents related to advice regarding communication, property ownership and child custody and access.

Family Disputes.

Total 8.

OPPLake88-300x227Break and Enters

Officers are seeking information from the community in the ongoing investigation of a break and enter at a residence on Crozier Road in Tay Valley Township. Between noon and 08:00pm on Monday 19th June person(s) unknown broke into a garage and stole a Polaris All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and a Honda Generator.

Anyone having any information in this case is asked to contact the Lanark County Detachment OPP using the toll free non-emergency number 1- 888- 310- 1122, or if you have information on any criminal activity that leads to someone being charged, you qualify for an award of up to $2,000.00. Call Lanark County Crime Stoppers, toll free at 1-800-222-8477. All tips remain anonymous and you will not have to attend court. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display.