Assault

On May 15, 2014 at about 9:40 a.m. a male subject drove to a Cartier Court address to pick up a female friend. At the same time another female approached the vehicle and tried to get into it however was refused. The females argued briefly ending with the unwanted female kicking the other lady several times. The parties were separated temporarily however met again. The female suspect continued her bizarre behavior by punching and kicking the male subject

Mischief and Weapons

On May 10, 2014 at 11:30 p.m. a male subject was at his Cartier Court home involved in an argument with his common-law partner. Both had been consuming alcohol. During the argument the male subject was extremely upset, punching a hole in a bedroom door. The female decided to leave followed closely by the male subject. The argument continued into the parking lot where two people intervened. The male subject left but returned with a bat and chased the two subjects that had confronted him earlier. Police were contacted and attended. The 29 year old Brockville man was arrested and charged with mischief and possession of weapons dangerous. He will appear in court at a later date.

Search Warrant at Cartier Court

This morning shortly after 6 a.m. members of the Brockville Police, Ontario Provincial Police and Gananoque Police Service Joint Forces Drug Project assisted by the Brockville Police Emergency Response Team (ERT) executed a warrant under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act at a residence at Cartier Court.

An adult female and a 33-year old male were arrested inside. The male had an outstanding arrest warrant from Montreal for robbery.

One person was treated for minor cuts to his hand by EMS and released.

The investigation is still ongoing at this time, and officers remain on scene.

Further updates to follow.

Bail Violations

Since December 2013 a male suspect has been arrested and charged for numerous criminal code offences on three separate occasions. Each time he was released from custody with various bail conditions. On May 6, 2014 Brockville Police were called to a King Street East apartment only to find the same suspect in a tirade. He was yelling, swearing and throwing items throughout the apartment causing a disturbance for neighbours. Officers noted that he was obviously intoxicated, therefore he was placed under arrest. The 25 year old Brockville man has been charged with numerous bail related offences. He will appear in bail court on May 6, 2014.

Public Intoxication

After a night out on the town a young man attended the William Street Tim Hortons, possibly in an effort to sober up on a cup of coffee. The plan failed and the man passed out in the restaurant. Police were contacted at 1:34 a.m. on May 4, 2014 and found the man to be extremely intoxicated. His father was contacted and attended. The 21 year old Lyn man was taken home where his family could ensure his safety.

Public Intoxication

On May 2, 2014 Brockville Jail staff alerted police of a male subject staggering in the middle of Wall Street. Police located the subject nearby at approximately 3:20 a.m. He was in an extremely intoxicated state. Police arrested the 27 year old Brockville man for his own safety. He was released when sober with a ticket for public intoxication.

Brockville Police Service Urges Residents to Dispose of Unused Prescription Meds – Police across Ontario, Canada Working to Combat Prescription Drug Abuse

Saturday, May 10 is your opportunity to quickly and easily dispose of old and unused prescription medications that you may have in your home. The Brockville Police Service will have location available at the Brockville Police Service for residents to drop off medications that they no longer need.

The misuse and abuse of prescription medication has become a public safety issue for communities and police services across the country, who are working together to draw attention to this public safety concern by participating in the Prescription Drug Drop Off Day on Saturday, May 10, 2014. Brockville Police Service will accept unwanted or expired medications to keep them away from individuals for whom they were never intended. The abuse of prescription medications can lead to incidents of overdose and, in some cases, death.

Between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 10, residents can simply go to any of the designated location and anonymously drop off unwanted drugs. Police and medical officials urge you to do your part to combat this serious public health threat.

Prescription Drug Drop Off Day is a one-day initiative supported by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), Partnership for a Drug Free Canada, and Public Safety Canada. Residents are further reminded that they can return any unwanted or outdated prescription medications to their local pharmacy for safe and secure disposal at any time.

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Assault

At approximately 7:30 p.m. on April 29, 2014 a car bumped into another car in the Parkedale Avenue Tim Hortons drive thru. The male drivers experienced some road rage, yelling at each other after the victim driver confronted the other as to why he drove into his car. Shortly afterwards the two cars met again in a nearby lot. The victim driver was confronted by a female passenger from the other car. She pushed the victim several times and punched him in the nose. They then left the scene.
The 19 year old Brockville female was later located and arrested by Brockville Police.

She has been charged with assault and is to appear in court on May 30, 2014.

Public Intoxication

After being alerted by City Works crews the Brockville Police attended the McDonalds Restaurant at 1:15 a.m. on April 29, 2014. At the restaurant police discovered a passed out adult male at one of the tables. He was awakened by police but wasn