On August 5th, Police responded to a north end address in regards to a male causing damage to the exterior of a residence.

A local 38 yr. old male was arrested and charged with Mischief, Causing a Disturbance and Breaching his Probation.

Subject was taken to BGH by Police to be treated for minor cuts and held for a bail hearing.

Damage to property was minor in nature.

Disturb the Peace

In the evening on August 5th, Police responded to disturbance on Broad St. involving a group of females.

Damage was sustained to a vehicle owned by one of the involved parties. A local 24 yr. old female was charged with Mischief and released with a future court date.


On August 6th, Police responded to a south end residence to check on the well being of a local female.

While investigating and finding out she is fine, Police spot a local male wanted for outstanding warrants by our Service.

The 34 yr. old male was arrested after a brief foot pursuit and taken into custody. He was held for a Bail Hearing.

Nuisance Phone Calls

On August 6th, Police responded to King St. address in regards to an assault complaint.

The 48 yr. old male complainant was unhappy about the incident and was repeatedly calling 911 and tying up emergency lines.

Subject was eventually arrested for Nuisance Phone Calls. He was later released when sober.

On August 6th, Police responded to a south end park in regards to a male party who was causing a disturbance.

A local 42 yr. old male was arrested to Prevent a Further Breach of the Peace.

He was released from custody when sober.

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SCAM – Microsoft Security Office

The Microsoft Security Officer scam has again re-appeared locally. In this version of the scam a caller pretending to represent Microsoft Security calls and tells the victim their security software is out of date and needs to be upgraded against new potential threats. The caller then asks for the victim

Theft from Boats

Since the 1st of July the Brockville Police Service has received a number of complaints from boat owners at the Brockville Yacht regarding persons entering their boats causing minor damage and stealing items from inside the boats.

Since this time with the assistance of a number of tips from the public the responsible parties have been identified and as a result 3 Youths have been charged with a number of offences including Break and Enter and Mischief with regards to these incidents and have been released to their parents with a future court date.

Brockville Police are reminding boat owners to not leave valuables in plain view on your boats when it is unattended, arm your alarm systems if your boats are equipped and to contact the Brockville Police to report any suspicious activity around the waterfront.

Hit and Run

Brockville Police are investigating an incident that occurred in the Tim Hortons parking lot located at Jefferson Drive shortly after 2100 hrs on the 5th of August 2014. A green GMC Jimmy or Chev Blazer of unknown plate had words with a technician who was working in the drivethru on equipment when the driver of the green Jimmy yelled at the technician to get out of the way and then drove by the technician striking him in the right arm with his mirror, collapsing the mirror into the vehicle. The driver then yelled at the technician and fled.

The male is described as being early 50’s, white hair and white moustache. He had a female passenger. The service is treating this occurence as a fail to remain and ask the publics help in identifying this driver and the vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brockville Police Service at 613 342 0127. Please direct your information to Sgt. Keith Fleury.