Female Flees on Police

On the 27th of October at 1004 am officers were advised of a vehicle travelling on Ormond Street with a person known to be wanted by the Gananoque Police in the passenger seat. Officers attended the area and activated their emergency equipment in order to pull the vehicle over. The vehicle fled travelling through a red light at Ormond and Central and subsequently travelled over to Park Street. The vehicle came to a stop and the passenger fled on foot. The 45 year old female from the Gananoque area then entered a residence in an attempt to elude police. The occupants did not know the female and she was quickly arrested. The female has numerous outstanding charges from the Gananoque police and is currently charged with breach of recognizance and breaking and entering by Brockville. The driver of the vehicle is 18 years old and is charged with dangerous driving and escape by flight. The driver was released from custody and the passenger was turned over to Gananoque Police.

Missing Girl Located

The Brockville Police would like to thank the community for assisting in locating a missing 5 year old.

On the 26th of October 2014 at approximately 12:30 pm members of the Brockville Police were contacted regarding a missing 5 year old girl in the 400 block of Laurier Blvd. The child was believed to have left her residence earlier and family had spent about 45 minutes searching for her prior to calling police. Police arrived and immediately searched the house and adjacent vehicles. Police and firefighters then immediately began searching adjacent property and parks in an attempt to locate her. At that time the child was not located. Dozens of volunteers including family and friends assembled and began to search the area. A number of officers including a search coordinator were contacted to attend along with the Brockville Police K9 unit. A systematic search was organized including our K9 unit and a secondary search of the residence was conducted. At this time the child was located in a secluded hiding place, asleep. Officers were able to reunite her with her family at that time.

The Brockville Police would like to encourage all parents or guardians to discuss this scenario with their children. Clearly, Brockville is great City with people who care. The numerous telephone calls and offers of assistance were appreciated!

Terror Events in Canada

Members of the Brockville Police have been following the events taking place with regards to terror activity in Canada. Dialogue with Military officials, Intelligence officials and partner agencies has taken place.

It is a very disturbing time for many as these events are happening close to our community. Members of the Brockville Police will remain vigilant in their patrol and delivery of policing services. We are asking that members of the public report any suspicious activity to police. Our staff are highly trained and will respond in an appropriate manner. We want to thank our community members for their support at this time and the continued support of our Military.

Our flags are at half-mast as a tribute to Cpl. Cirillo and our sympathies are extended to his friends, family and extended Military family.

Scott Fraser
Chief of Police

Impaired Driver

On October 17th, Brockville Police responded to a complaint of an erratic motorist.

The driver was involved with another motorist in a confrontation after the accused cut off the other vehicle. Police arrested the erratic driver for Impaired driving and brought him to the station for breath tests.

A 54 year old, local male was charged with Impaired Operation and Operating a Motor Vehicle Over .08%. He was released when sober with a future court date.

Disturb the Peace

On October 17th, Brockville Police responded to a fighting complaint on King St. W.

As a result of the investigation, two local 15 year old females were charged with Cause a Disturbance by Fighting and Breaching their Probation orders. They were both released with a future court date.

Unlawfully at Large

On October 17th, Brockville Police responded to a complaint at the Brockville Jail. A male party who was to report for a weekend sentence did not show up.

Later in the weekend, police arrested a 27 year old local male and charged him with being Unlawfully at Large. He will appear later today in bail court.

Unwanted Person

On October 18th, Brockville Police responded to the Phoenix Bar on King St. E. in regards to an unwanted male party.

The subject had been removed from the bar earlier in the evening. He returned and was brandishing a small pocket knife. Police arrested and charged the male with Weapons Dangerous and Breach of Probation.

The 20 year old, local male was released with a future court date.


In the early morning hours of October 18th, Brockville Police responded to a residential fire at the intersection of James St. and Ormond St.

Two houses were damaged and there were no injuries. The fire is still under investigation but is not being looked at as suspicious at this time.

Possession of a Controlled Substance

On October 18th, Brockville Police dealing with male subject in front lobby of station.
The male stunk of recent drug use. He attended the station to report a stolen bike.

Investigation revealed the accused to be in possession of a quantity of a controlled substance.
He was arrested and charged with the possession and released with a future court date.

Impaired Driver

On October 19th, Brockville Police responded to a single vehicle collision on Maple St.

The vehicle had left the roadway, severing a hydro pole. Power was lost to some residents in the area as a result. A 25 year old, local male was arrested and charged with Impaired Driving and Operating a Motor Vehicle Over .08%.

There were no life threatening injuries suffered by the driver. He was released later the same day with a future court date.