October 2 – 13, 2018 Incidents

Domestic Dispute

On the 12th of October, 2018 at approximately 8:30am police received a 911 hang up call from a north end residence. Police attended and discovered that a domestic dispute had taken place where the 42 year old wife was upset and caused damage inside the residence and also assaulted her spouse. She was arrested for mischief and assault and released with a future court date.


Impaired Drivers

On the 12th of October, 2018 at approximately 10:45pm police responded to a north end restaurant where a 22 year female was yelling and swearing at staff, and possibly under the influence of alcohol. She was located and arrested for Impaired Driving; she was escorted to the station where she provided to samples of her breath registering double the legal limit. She was released with a court date for impaired driving and driving over 80. Her vehicle was impounded for 7 days and also received a 90 day licence suspension.

Shortly thereafter on the 13th of October, 2018 at approximately 3am police on general patrol observed a vehicle travelling a high rate of speed on Stewart Blvd with its signal light activated. The vehicle was stopped, where the 35 year old male driver was arrested for Impaired Driving. He was escorted to the station and provided samples registering 3x the legal limit. He was also released with a court date for impaired and over 80, and also vehicle impounded for 45 days and licence suspension.


October 11 – 12, 2018 Incidents


On the 27th of September 2018 the Brockville Police Service, with the assistance of Kingston Police Force and the Ontario Provincial Police – Biker Enforcement Unit, conducted warrant service at 21 Sevenoaks Avenue, Brockville.

All persons that were listed as wanted have been arrested. Thank you for all your assistance.


Stolen Vehicle

On the 11th of October 2018 shortly before 11:00 pm, a complainant had parked his vehicle, and entered the “Circle K” on King St. West. The vehicle was left with the keys in the ignition with the engine running. When the complainant left the store he realized the vehicle was now gone. The complainant returned home and contacted police.

Stolen – 2012 Kia Sorento maroon in colour, plate – BMND647.

October 8 – 10, 2018 Incidents

Operation Impact

From October 5th– 8th 2018, members of the Brockville Police Service participated in Operation Impact targeting – impaired driving, seatbelts, aggressive driving, and distracted driving – the main causes of collisions and deaths on Canada’s roads.

In total 20 charges were laid by our service during this campaign.

On October 9th, officers laid two charges of stunt driving after an officer stopped two motorists for stunt driving. Their vehicles have been impounded and the drivers, 57 and 42 years of age, have both been served with a summons to appear in court to answer to the charge.

The same officer later observed a 29 year old female operating a Black Ford Explorer on Perth Street. The female, who is known to him, was operating the vehicle without a licence. She was stopped and ticketed for that offence.


Breach of conditions

On Tuesday October 9, 2018 a 19 year old female was observed exiting an address that she was prohibited from attending. The female had previously been charged with obstructing an officer by providing a false name and was released on conditions not to attend an address on Delhi Street.

The 19 year old was arrested yesterday and held in custody pending a bail hearing.


Domestic Assault

On Tuesday the 9th of October 2018, the Brockville Police Service responded to a domestic incident in the city’s north end. As a result of that investigation a 58 year old male was arrested and charged with assault.

October 7 – 8, 2018 Incidents

Public Intoxication Arrest

A local hardware business discovered that they had a new addition to their staff compliment when employees found an intoxicated male camping out in their outdoor lunch break shed on the property. Turns out the 68 year old male had spent several hours in the structure under the influence of alcohol consumption.   It was apparent from the condition of the man that he was incapable of taking care of himself and was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place. He was released when sober with a fine for the offence.


Stolen Vehicle

Police are currently looking for a stolen 2017 Dodge Caravan taken from a residence in the city. The van is red and has plate number CDMB833, Ontario issue. The vehcile was taken between October 5th and 7th. Its believed the vehicle is being operated with keys that the owner can’t locate. If seen, please contact us at 613 342-0127 or by 911.

October 5 – 6, 2018 Incidents

Warrant: *Update*

24 year old Allan Michael NEAL was arrested on October 5, 2018 in Kingston Ontario after turning himself in on outstanding warrants. NEAL is connected to the joint operation at 21 Sevenoaks in the City of Brockville and is being held in custody on 12 charges including possession of drugs, weapons, and stolen property. Three others remain outstanding.

October 4 – 5, 2018 Incidents

Search Warrant

On the 27th of September 2018 the Brockville Police Service, with the assistance of Kingston Police Force and the Ontario Provincial Police – Biker Enforcement Unit, conducted warrant service at 21 Sevenoaks Avenue, Brockville. 

Items located within the residence included firearms, weapons, controlled substances, vests belonging to “Dead Eyes MC” which is a support club to the Outlaws Motorcycle Club. Additionally, a vest was seized belonging to the Outlaws Motorcycle Club.

Several persons have been arrested and held for bail hearings since the warrant and more persons remain outstanding at the present time;

The currently charged persons held for bail hearing for 05 October, 2018 are:

  • Kyle Justin Thomas GARD, 23 years of Brockville, ON.
  • Adam James SAYEAU, 27 years of Brockville, ON.


Warrants for arrest are issued for:

  • Joshua Leonardo DOMINGUEZ, 36 years of Ottawa, ON
  • Allan Michael Eldon NEAL, 24 years of Brockville, ON
  • Brooklyn Ann LACHAPPELLE, 18 years of Brockville, ON
  • Sarah Melissa BUTTLE, 25 years of Brockville, ON


All persons are jointly charged with the following offences:

  • Possession of Controlled Substance, s.4(1) Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Schedule I)
  • Possession of Controlled Substance, s.4(1) Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Schedule II)
  • Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose, s. 88 CC
  • Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm, s. 91(1) CC
  • Unauthorized Possession of a Prohibited Device, s.91(2) CC
  • Knowledge of Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm, s. 92(1) CC
  • Possession of Firearm Obtained by Crime, s.96(a) CC
  • Careless Storage of a Firearm, s.86(1) CC
  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, s.354(1)(a) CC

Additionally, Kyle GARD is charged with failing to abide by conditions of an undertaking

Joshua DOMINGUEZ is also additionally charged with failing to abide by conditions of a weapons prohibitions order.


Suspicious Person

On the 4th of October 2018 our K9 officer was on routine patrol when he observed a male walking northbound on Stewart Blvd.   The officer became suspicious of the male as his clothes were wet. As he approached the male, the officer recognized him from a previous bulletin that had been disseminated.   When asked for identification the male produced a US passport. It was discovered that he had possibly taken a raft across the St. Lawrence River to enter Canada illegally. The male was arrested under the Immigration Act and returned to custom agents.


Stolen Vehicle

Police are investigating the theft of a 2010 Green Kawasaki Adventure Motorcycle stolen from a residence on John St., licence plate 7F6R4. If located please contact the Brockville Police Service


October 3 – 4, 2018 Incidents

Assault – On the 12th of September 2018 the Brockville Police Service received a complaint of an altercation at a local high school. The investigation has led to several charges. Charged in this incident are two 14 year old youth, a 17 year old and a 13 year old. The four young persons have been released from police custody with several conditions. We continue to work closely with our local school boards to ensure the safety of staff and students.


Assault – On the 1st of October 2018 at 4:30 pm, the victim was confronted by a 15 year old female. The 15 year old confronted the victim over a discussion they were having. The victim was then pulled off her bike, thrown to the ground and punched and kicked in the head. The victim immediately contacted the police. The 15 year old female was arrested on Wednesday October 4th and held in custody for a bail hearing. She has since been released from court on an undertaking.


Assault – The Brockville Police Service is currently investigating an occurrence that occurred close to Stewart Boulevard and Central Ave. The incident occurred around noon on the 3rd of October 2018. A video of an assault is currently circulating on social media. The parties in the video have been identified. A 17 year old male will be facing charges in connection with this investigation.

October 2 – 3, 2018 Incidents

Robbery – On Tuesday October 2nd, 2018 at approximately 5:30 pm, a lone male walked in to the “Circle K” convenience store at 250 King St. West. The male produced an edged weapon and demanded money. The local taxi cab companies were quickly contacted and provided with a matching description. An alert driver observed the male and contacted police with his last known whereabouts. One of the responding officers attended the area and located the male a short distance away.

A 26 year old Ottawa man has been arrested and charged with robbery. The male has been held in custody pending a bail hearing.


Domestic Assault – On Monday October 2, 2018 a 46 year old local male was arrested for domestic assault and forcible confinement. The charges stem from a domestic incident that was brought forward to police by concerned family members. He has been held in custody pending a bail hearing.


Warrants – On the 2nd of October 2018 a 28 year old Brockville man was arrested by the OPP for our outstanding warrants. The warrants were for failing to attend court.

September 28 – October 1, 2018 Incidents

Mischief/Fire Alarm

On the 28th of September at 8:25 pm, the Brockville Police Service attended to a building on King St. West for several disturbances between tenants. The fire alarm was also triggered by an unknown person that led to the response of the Brockville Fire Department.   The parties involved in the disturbance were not forthcoming with information.

The parties involved in the vacated the area and no further calls were received.


Disturb the Peace

Police responded to a disturbance at a downtown restaurant on Sunday morning around 2:00 am. The male had been involved in a disturbance inside the establishment and was ejected by staff. Police spoke with this male and discovered he was wanted by our service from a domestic incident that occurred on the 20th of September. He was arrested for assault in relation to that occurrence and later released with a future court date.


September 14 – 15, 2018 Incidents

Assault with a Weapon

On the 15th of September, 2018 at approximately 2:00a.m. the Brockville Police Service responded to a complaint of an assault in which took place at an establishment in the downtown area of Brockville. The investigation revealed that the two females were involved in an altercation. The accused female is local and 23 years of age. It is alleged she struck another local, 28 year old female with a beverage pitcher causing injury. These injuries were not life threatening however, required medical attention from the Brockville General Hospital. The 23 year old female believed to be responsible for this was arrested, charged and released with a future court date.


Hardy Park Incident

This incident is being treated as a Criminal Investigation and no further details are being released at this time. Please refer to previous media releases for details thus far. Once an appropriate point in the investigation is met, updates will be given promptly. The Brockville Police Service appreciates your patience with this sensitive and important situation.