Haldimand OPP has charged three individuals with several offences after a cluster of incidents was reported Monday morning.
OPP were called to the rail tracks between Logan Road and Ramsey Drive in Dunnville early Monday morning, for an abandoned pickup truck. A witness reported the vehicle was still running and the back window had been smashed out.
Some 20 minutes later, a report came in of a stolen pickup truck from a Dunnville address and OPP confirmed it was the same one that was abandoned on the rail tracks.
Meanwhile, OPP were investigating two Selkirk area complaints.
A witness reported two unknown males were in a driveway on Erie Street South in Selkirk, fleeing the area at approximately 5:29 a.m., and a stolen ATV, later found abandoned in Dunnville, was reported stolen from a Lakeshore Road address in Selkirk at 7:49 a.m.
Then around noon, OPP responded to a suspicious persons complaint from the area of Hart Road in Dunnville, where a witness reported three unknown individuals were walking.
OPP determined the three individuals were the suspects involved in all the previous incidents and they were taken into custody.


OPP has charged 25-year-old Justina Montour of Hamilton with:
●  Possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000
●  Theft over $5,000
●  Possession of break in instruments ● Fail to Comply with an undertaking (2 counts)
● Operate a motor vehicle while prohibited

She was also wanted on an outstanding warrant from Haldimand County OPP for breaching a probation order.


Also charged is 30-year-old John Hill of Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation with:
●  Possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000
●  Theft over $5,000
●  Possession of break in instruments
●  Fail to Comply with a probation order
●  Trespassing at night
●  Operate a motor vehicle while prohibited (4 counts)
Both were held for a bail hearing at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cayuga.


Also charged is 21-year-old Logan Anderson of Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation with:
●  Possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000
●  Theft over $5,000
●  Possession of break in instruments
●  Trespassing at night
He is to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cayuga at a later date.