2023-04-28 - Daily NewsPublished on April 28, 2023
Cornwall, ON – Douglas Johnson, 71, of Cornwall was arrested on April 26th, 2023 and charged with two counts of breach of release order for failing to reside at a certain address and failing to notify a change of address to police. It is alleged on April 26th, while police were responding to an unrelated matter, the man was located in breach of his conditions. During the investigation, he was taken into custody, charged accordingly and held for a bail hearing.
WARRANT, FAIL TO ATTEND FOR FINGERPRINTS, ROBBERY WITH A WEAPON, POSSESSION OF A WEAPON FOR A DANGEROUS PURPOSE, DISGUISE WITH INTENT, UNAUTHORIZED POSSESSION OF A WEAPON, BREACH
Cornwall, ON – Bradley Drudge, 36, of Cornwall was arrested on April 27th, 2023 on the strength of a warrant for failing to attend court on March 9th, 2023 for a theft offence. He was also charged with the following:
- Fail to attend for fingerprints
- Robbery with a weapon
- Disguise with intent
- Possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose x 2
- Unauthorized possession of a weapon
- Breach of release order x 3 (for failing to abide by a curfew, possessing a weapon and failing to keep the peace)
It is alleged on April 27th, 2023, the man entered a Second Street business and demanded money from the cashier while brandishing a knife. The man fled with a quantity of money and merchandise and police were subsequently contacted. Shortly thereafter, police located the man found him to be in breach of his conditions. He was taken into custody and found in possession of a knife. He was charged accordingly and held for a bail hearing.
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