Police in Cornwall charge a man with multiple thefts

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A 29-year-old man from Cornwall is facing five charges following investigations into complaints from two companies.

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Police said the man removed merchandise from a Second Street East store on Dec. 21 without paying for it and that he removed merchandise from a Ninth Street West business on April 11, 14, 25 and 27 without paying for every time. He was arrested at police headquarters on Monday.

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Ryan Grignon-Paquette, 29, was charged with five counts of theft under $5,000.

He was released from police custody to appear at Cornwall Crown Court on June 18.


A 38-year-old woman from Cornwall is facing a charge following a police investigation.

Police alleged the woman stole items from a person she knows on April 27. She was arrested at police headquarters on Monday.

Jamie-Lee Corrigan, 38, was charged with theft under $5,000.

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She was bailed to appear at Cornwall Crown Court on June 18.

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A 34-year-old Cornwall man charged with 17 counts of theft under $5,000 last year had those charges dropped last month.

Court records show all charges against Shawn Price were dropped at the request of the Crown attorney on April 16. It says a peace bond was signed at an earlier court date on Feb. 22, but was not released with the rest of the lawsuit. criminal record.

A peace bond is not an admission of guilt, but the accused agrees to abide by certain conditions for a period of time in exchange for the charges being dropped. Breaching a peace bond often carries a fine and the potential Crown would re-prosecute on the original charges.

Cornwall Police alleged on April 18, 2023 that Price removed merchandise from the Cornwall Walmart on 17 separate occasions between March 6 and April 8 of that year.

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