Theft from vehicles
Lock your doors! We continue to receive complaints of vehicles being entered and items taken. The latest complaints came from the north end of town. Please keep your vehicles, garages and sheds secure. Unfortunately this is the world we live in today.
Impaired Driver/fail to remain
On Tuesday at 9:00 pm police received several 911 calls for an accident at North Augusta Road and Parkedale Ave. The white Chevy Cobalt involved in the accident fled the scene and was later located abandoned on the 2nd Concession by the Parkedale Ave Animal Hospital. Officers set up a perimeter and requested the assistance of Diesel our police K9. As the police K9 began his track the suspect surrendered to the handler.
A 23 year old male was arrested and charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle, failing to remain at the scene of an accident, breach of probation and dangerous driving. He was held in custody pending a bail hearing.
On Monday at 3:50 pm, an 18 year old male turned himself in to police custody for his outstanding warrant. Officers ended up wrestling with the accused when he became upset realizing he would be held in for a bail hearing.
Police attended to an address in the north end of town as the homeowner who had been renting a room, now wanted the guest removed. Officers attended shortly after 9:00 am to discover the male crawling out the back window. Officers discovered a quantity of a psilocybin (magic mushroom) and marijuana in the residence. The male was charged for being in possession of the substances and removed from the residence.
Shoplifting/male to identify
A suspect attended Shoppers Drug Mart on the 26th of August 2018 at 13:51 selected $628.00 worth in fragrances and then exited without paying. This suspect has attended the store previously in attempts to perform similar thefts. It is unknown if he is local and is described as approximately 6’1, heavy set 250lbs, dark eye brows, head shaved, in his late 30’s early 40’s. Further description from staff indicates the suspect has an odd hobble as he walks. Staff has been advised to call 911 should he return.
Please contact the Brockville Police Service with any information.
On Saturday afternoon a 37 year old male and a 35 year old female were observed in the Shoppers Drug Mart, on Parkedale Ave, selecting fragrances. They were observed removing the items from their packaging. When the two suspects left the store the staff noticed that the fragrances were missing. Police were contacted and the parties were identified using CCTV.
Both the male and female were arrested and charged with theft when they returned to the store late that evening.
See Gananoque’s press release.
August 26, 2018
On August 26th, 2018 at approx. 1:47AM officers with the Brockville Police Service attempted to stop a vehicle that was reported stolen from Ottawa. The vehicle failed to stop and officers initiated a police pursuit. The fleeing vehicle travelled West on County Road 2. Due to the vehicle reaching speeds in excess of 160km/hr, police terminated the pursuit in the interest of public safety. The Ontario Provincial Police and Gananoque Police Service were notified.
At 2:15AM Gananoque Police Service and Ontario Provincial Police officers located the vehicle entering Gananoque and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle within the town. The male driver exited the vehicle and fled on foot. A short foot pursuit ensued, resulting in officers catching and gaining control of the male who was arrested and taken into custody.
A male passenger was identified and was found to be breaching a curfew condition as per his recognizance of bail condition. He was also bound by two probation orders that he was further breaching.
The 37 year old driver of No Fixed Address is charged with theft, possession, flight from police, dangerous operation of MV, drive disqualified X 2, fail to comply probation.
The Brockville Fire Department along with our service responded to a structure fire at 33 Wellington St. this morning at 9:15 am. The cause of the fire has not been determined, but does not appear suspicious. There were not any injuries as a result of the fire.
A 29 year old female was arrested yesterday in relation to a neighbour dispute. She had attended her neighbour’s residence and caused damage to the front door. She was released with a future court date.
On Thursday afternoon, police were called to the area north of Kent Blvd. as it was reported that a male was residing in the woods. Police located a 37 year old male living out of a tent. The male had outstanding warrants from the OPP. He was arrested without incident and turned over to the OPP.
Officers were called to an address on King Street last night for a neighbour dispute. The two parties involved were arguing over a toilet being flushed too loudly. The parties were spoken to and advised to return to their respective apartments.
On the 21st of August two males turned themselves in to police for their outstanding warrants. A 52 year old male and a 22 year old male were arrested without incident.
Breach of Conditions
On August 20th at 11:00 pm, the Brockville Police Service received reports of a suspicious male in the area of Ann Street riding his bicycle up and down the road for the past 45 minutes. A 48 year old male that is well known to police was located and arrested for breaching his recognizance of bail by being out past his curfew. He has been held in custody pending a bail hearing.
Police are seeking information in regards to a stolen motorcycle that was reported stolen on the 17th of August. A 2016 KTM Duke 390, licence plate 0H9K3, was taken from an address on Laurier Blvd. Please contact police if observed.
A 31 year-old Brockville man was arrested early Friday morning for theft under $5000. Witnesses observed the male taking a bicycle from the yard of a South-end residence just after 9am. A short time later, the man was located by police, riding the stolen bicycle. He was taken into custody for the theft and later released with a future Court date.
A traffic stop in the East end of the City led to the arrest of two males early Friday afternoon. After conducting the traffic stop, Police learned two of the men were wanted by the Brockville Police Service on outstanding warrants for various offences. The 23 and 24 year old males, both of Brockville, were taken into custody without incident. Both were later released with a future court date.
A 50 year old Brockville woman was arrested late Friday afternoon for shoplifting from a South end business. Police were called to the area shortly before 5pm after the woman was arrested by a store employee for shoplifting, but refused to cooperate with store staff. Officers took custody of the female and further found her to be in violation of the conditions of her Probation. She was charged with Theft Under $5000 and Breach of Probation and released from custody with a future court date.
A 27 year old Brockville woman was arrested early Saturday evening for Being Intoxicated in a Public Place. Police were called to a business located in the center of the City after a report of disturbance between the female and another party. Police located the female, intoxicated by alcohol to the point where they were concerned for her safety. She was subsequently arrested for Public Intoxication and later released from custody once sober.