Public Intoxication

Brockville Police were called to King Street West at John Street to investigate a disturbance just after midnight on March 8, 2014. On police arrival a male suspect was yelling and screaming at the staff and patrons of a nearby bar. Police learned that he had earlier caused a disturbance inside the bar. The suspect was heavily intoxicated. For his own safety, police took the suspect into custody and held him until sober. The 37 year old Brockville man was charged with public intoxication.

Mischief

On March 7, 2014 at about 5:00 pm a male victim parked his 2006 Chevrolet Impala at the rear of 160 King Street West. He returned to his car about 12 hours later only to find that it had been extensively damaged. The windshield, side window, sunroof and mirror had been broken along with paint damage. At this time there are no suspects.
Anyone having any knowledge of this incident are encouraged to contact the Brockville Police at 613 342-0127.

Warrant

On March 6, 2014 members of the Brockville Police Service with the assistance of the Ontario Provincial Police Child Sexual Exploitation Unit and Technical Crime Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in the City of Brockville. Computers and other items have been seized from the residence containing images of child sexual abuse.
A 51 year old Brockville male has been charged with 2 counts of possession of child pornography, 1 count of making child pornography and 1 count of accessing child pornography.

The accused appears in bail court on March 7, 2014.

Brockville Police Community Volunteers

The Brockville Police along with Volunteer Coordinator Adrian Geraghty are pleased to announce the addition of A.J. Benoit to the Volunteer team. A.J. brings a tremendous business background along with a passion for the community.

Theft Under

Brockville Police investigated a theft from the Parkedale Avenue LCBO on March 1, 2014. A female suspect was in the store at 4:15 pm. She selected several items, concealing one bottle of liqueur in her shoulder bag. She then paid for the remaining items and left the store. Staff members were able to confirm the theft and police were contacted. Police were aware of the suspect

Disturbance at Court

On the 25th of February 2014 at 10 am officers assigned to the courts responded to a disturbance involving a 15 year old male. The male was taken into custody and apprehended in order to prevent a further breach of the peace. When the situation calmed down the 15 year old male was released unconditionally.