Drug raid | Cornwall Standard Freeholder – Ontario News

Drug raid | Cornwall Standard Freeholder – Ontario News

Three men are facing a variety of drug-related charges after a Cooper Street address was raided by the Cornwall Community Police Service’s street-crime unit on March 24.

Officers seized quantities of marijuana, Canadian currency and Nabilone pills when they executed the drug warrant.

Larry Bates, 41, and Robert Ladouceur, 42, of Cornwall, and, Jeffrey Sheltus, 40, of St. Faustin, Que., were each charged with possession of marijuana and possession for the purpose of trafficking marijuana. Sheltus and Ladouceur were also charged with possession of property obtained by crime, with Ladouceur alone charged with possession of Nabilone.

All were released from police custody to appear in court on May 9.

Impaired charges

LONG SAULT – A 47-year-old man is facing impaired-driving charges after SDG OPP responded to a single-vehicle collision on Moulinette Road Monday evening.

Police alleged the man was driving while under the influence of alcohol when he struck a building.

Cameron Pyke, 47, was charged with impaired driving and driving a motor vehicle with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol in blood.

He was released from police custody to appear in Cornwall court on April 11.

DQ’d driver

SOUTH STORMONT – A 41-year-old man from Cornwall is facing two charges after SDG OPP pulled him over in his vehicle on Highway 138 on Monday afternoon.

Police alleged the man was driving with a disqualified permit and that he was wanted under a Cornwall police arrest warrant (see item below).

The man, whose identity wasn’t released by OPP, was charged with driving while disqualified and driving a motor vehicle on a highway using a hand-held device.

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