Domestic Dispute

On August 28th, Brockville Police responded to residence in center area of town in regards to a domestic dispute.

The male resident was extremely upset and police did not feel situation would settle down if they left. The 47 year old local male was arrested to prevent a further breach of the peace. He was released later unconditionally.

Assault Complaint

On August 28th, Brockville Police responded to an apartment complex in the center area of the city in regards to an assault complaint.

A female party was reporting her sister

Impaired Driving

On August 26th, Police responded to south end street in city to check on wellbeing of a female after receiving a call from someone concerned about her.

She was actually located in Care and Control of a Motor Vehicle While Impaired by Alcohol. She was arrested and providing breath samples at the station which were over the legal limit. The local, 23 year old female was released when sober with a future court date.

Neighbour Dispute

On August 26th, Police responded to south end address in regards to a neighbour dispute.
A 46 year old, local male was arrested to prevent a further breach of the peace. The subject, who was under the influence at the time, was released unconditionally when sober.

Theft

On August 26th, Police responded to Sears in the Thousand Islands Mall in regards to a theft complaint.

A 15 year old female and her 13 year old friend were apprehended for shoplifting clothing. The 13 year old was diverted through alternative measures. The 15 year old was charged with Theft Under $5000.00 and Breaching her Probation. Both females are local.

Theft

Brockville police received a theft complaint from the Ripnet demolition site.

An undetermined amount of copper wire has been removed from the location.Police are looking into the theft but are also concerned about people entering onto the site of the demolition as it is unsafe. If you see anyone on the demolition site please contact police.

BACK TO SCHOOL SAFETY

The Brockville Police Service wants all students to have a safe and successful school year. This is a shared responsibility of the whole community and we would like to remind motorists to be more diligent with the increase in students traveling to school.
Whether children walk, ride their bicycle or take the bus to school, it is extremely important that they take proper safety precautions. Here are some tips to make sure your child safely travels to school:

Walking to school

Domestic Disturbance

On August 22nd, Police responded to a north end apartment complex in regards to a domestic disturbance.

A local, 30 year old female was arrested and charged with Assault on her partner.

She was released from custody later and given a court date in the future. No injuries were sustained by the victim.

Assault

On August 22nd, Police responded to a disturbance on King St. W.

A local 22 year old male confronted a group of teens who he had ongoing issues with. The subject assaulted two males, 12 and 18 years of age with a golf club.The victims were treated for their non-life threatening injuries at BGH and released.

The accused was arrested and charged with Assault with a Weapon, Utter Threats and Breach of Probation. He will face a future court date.

Threats

On August 23rd, Police responded to a residence in the center of the city.

A 54 year old local male, attended the residence and confronted another male. The issue being he was in possession of an axe handle while doing it.

The subject was arrested and charged with Weapons Dangerous and Uttering a Threat. He was released later in the day with a future court date.