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OTTAWA — Police arrested three men in their early 20s accused of committing a home invasion in Morrisburg on Saturday afternoon.
The men, whose names have not been released, allegedly broke into an apartment and assaulted the resident. They were arrested a short distance from the apartment.
They are charged with breaking and entering, mischief, obstruction, breach of probation and breach of recognizance. A 23-year-old male is to appear in Morrisburg court August 4. Two other men aged 21 and 24 are in custody pending a later appearence in Cornwall court.
Man charged with impaired driving on 401
Police arrested a 36-year-old male for drunk driving during a traffic stop Sunday night.
Police also found small amounts of marijuana in his car when they stopped his car on Highway 401 near Morrisburg, about 80 kilometres south of Ottawa. He has been charged with several offences, including impaired driving, possesion and failure to provide a breath sample. He will appear in Morrisbury court on August 4.
18-year-old charged with breakin in Berwick
An 18-year-old man faces mischief and break and enter charges after an attempted break-in Saturday morning
Police say the man tried to kick in the garage door of a home in Cockburn St., Berwick, Ont., 60 kilometres south-east of Ottawa. OPP arrested the 18-year-old a short distance from the residence.
He will appear in a Cornwall court July 28.
Police were called to the scene at 12:47 a.m. Monday and found a 17-year-old male who had been stabbed.
He underwent surgery for a punctured lung, but his wounds are not considered life-threatening and he was listed in stable condition Monday morning.
Police say the attack occurred on NCC land adjacent to the Transitway.
No arrests have been made and police are asking anyone with information to call West Division police at 613-236-1222 ext. 2212 or Crimestoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS).
Monday’s stabbing comes on the heels of a stabbing on an OC Transpo bus Friday afternoon that sent a 29-year-old man to hospital with a collapsed lung. That attack occurred on a No. 12 bus near Blair and Montreal roads. A young woman was arrested shortly after that attack.
OTTAWA – Police have arrested two men after a high speed chase up Bank Street came to a crashing halt when the stolen dark green car plunged through a fence and into the backyard of an area home.
Paul Gallien was rollerblading when he saw the vehicle blowing by cars on Bank Street, south of Alta Vista Drive, with two police cars in hot pursuit.
As it approached Heron Road the car swerved through the Tim Horton’s on the south-east corner, narrowly missing one man whose clothes were ruffled by the car’s wake, Gallien said. He saw the car briefly became airborn as it crossed a grassy embankment before merging east on to Heron Road.
One block later the car turned south on Edge Hill Place, where it spun out and crashed into the backyard of the house on the south-east corner of Edge Hill and Anoka Street.
Police arrested one man in the car, and the other in a park one block south of the crash.
Police found items in the car they say are linked to an earlier break-in in the Bank and Heron area.
No one was injured in the chase