Regular Monthly Meeting
Regular Monthly Meeting
Stingers & Brockville Police Service present an After School Program, Grades 7 – 12
Every Tuesday from 3:00 – 5:30 at Stingers
Laser Tag, Zorb Ball, Basketball, Dodgeball, Homework Help
Motor Vehicle Collisions
Yesterday afternoon between 2pm and 2:30pm seemed to be an unlucky time to be on roads in the City of Brockville as officers responded to 3 separate motor vehicle collisions during that period.
Officers received a report of the first accident at 2:00 pm in the parking lot of the north end power centre when a parked 2016 Hyundai Elantra was struck causing minor damage to the rear of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle striking the Elantra made several attempts to locate the vehicle owner by reporting the incident to store management in the area, leaving her contact information, as well as reporting the incident to police.
Approximately 15 minutes later officers responded to a collision near the intersection of Ormond Street and Central Ave resulting in minor injuries and vehicles being towed from the scene. A 4 door sedan was travelling eastbound on Central Avenue through the intersection at Ormond Street when it struck a small pickup truck attempting to make a right turn on the red light from Ormond Street eastbound onto Central Avenue. The driver of the pickup truck was charged with failing to yield under the Highway Traffic and given a provincial offences notice.
At 2:21 officers responded to another motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Stewart Boulevard and Front Ave. A southbound truck on Stewart Blvd struck a vehicle negotiating a left hand turn from Stewart Blvd onto Front Ave. Fortunately there were no injuries as a result of this collision and the driver of the car was charged under Section 141(5) of the Highway Traffic Act for making a left turn- not in safety.
Warrants Executed at Court
A 17 year old Brockville youth and a 21 year old male surrendered themselves to police at Brockville Court yesterday after learning there were outstanding warrants for their arrests
In the first incident, the youth attended court and turned himself in to Brockville Police court staff who confirmed the outstanding warrant for failing to attend court on a previous occasion. He was taken into custody at that time and will appear in youth court this morning for a bail hearing.
Shortly after 4 pm the 21 year old male turned himself in at Brockville Court for an outstanding warrant issued when he failed to attend for his March 24th court appearance. At the time the court had closed for the day and he was held in custody and will appear today for a bail hearing this afternoon.
Breach of Recognizance
A 33 year old Ottawa man is in custody for Breaching his Recognizance following a traffic stop last evening.
Officers spotted the vehicle on King Street West in the area of St. Lawrence Park last evening 10:30 pm and stooped the vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver, who is known to police, was found to be on a Recognizance of Bail for previous impaired driving charges with a curfew to be inside his Ottawa residence at the time of the stop.
As a result he was arrested for Breaching his Recognizance and found to be in possession of various drug paraphernalia and his 17 year old passenger found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana.
As a result, the 33 year old man was held in custody and will appear for a bail hearing later today.
Yesterday morning Brockville Police received a call from the Brockville Country Club reporting mischief to one of the fairways.
Sometime over the last week, unknown person(s) attended to the fairway and carved an object into the grass causing minor damage.
While yesterday’s incident is minor, it continues a disturbing trend for the Country Club which has been victimized a number of times over the winter months. The Club’s workshop off of Centre Street has been broken into twice and golf carts have been stolen and vandalized.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying those who may be responsible. Anyone with information is asked to call the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127 or call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Community Outreach Program
The Brockville Police and our area Community Mental Health Agencies were out yesterday conducting proactive checks on members of the community at risk. This program has a police officer and a social worker riding together to visit the homes of persons who have been in crisis and frequent users of both services in the recent past. The goal is to avoid hospitalization or involvement in the criminal justice system by referring individuals in need to the appropriate agency.
Yesterday, the team identified and visited 5 residences and spoke with the individuals identified to have been in crisis recently or on diversionary programs. The team was well received and referrals for assistance were made to appropriate local agencies for assistance.
A community health worker got a surprise when she went to check on her client yesterday afternoon.
Shortly after 4 pm Brockville Police received a call from a health worker who went to visit her client at a Cartier Court apartment. When she knocked at the door to check on her 65 year old male client, a 44 year old woman answered the door. The woman appeared to be extremely intoxicated and the worker contacted police.
Investigation revealed the woman had taken one of the medications prescribed to the male resident causing her impairment, and was transported to the Brockville General Hospital by EMS.
A 23 year old Brockville man is facing charges of domestic assault following an incident yesterday afternoon on Millwood Avenue.
Brockville Police received a call Sunday afternoon shortly after 3 pm of a young couple fighting outside a vehicle at a residence on Millwood Ave. The verbal argument turned physical and witnesses called police to report what was taking place after they heard the screams of the victim.
The young man who will appear in Brockville court next month was released from custody with several conditions including not having any contact with the victim.
A 39 year Brockville woman was arrested late yesterday afternoon for several outstanding warrants for failing to appear in court.
While on patrol, offices observed the woman sitting in front of her residence. The woman was known to the officer, who was also aware of the outstanding warrant which was confirmed through further investigation.
As a result she was arrested and held for bail later today in Brockville Court.
On the 8th of April, 2017 at approximately 10:49 am a 54 year old Brockville woman was apprehended for shoplifting at the Real Canadian Superstore located on Parkedale Avenue. Police attended, spoke to the loss prevention officer and continued the arrest of the woman who was later released with a future court date for the charge of theft under $5000 dollars contrary to the Criminal Code.
Theft from Vehicle
On the 8th of April, 2017 at approximately 9 pm the Brockville Police Service received a complaint of a theft from vehicle. The complainant had parked their car at 100 Strowger Blvd. between the hours of 11:30 am and 7 pm for work and when leaving discovered that someone had entered his vehicle and had taken a number of items.
If anyone has any information concerning suspicious activity in this area during the time noted please contact the Brockville Police Service at 613-342-0127 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Reminder – Lock it or Lose it
The Brockville Police Service would like to remind people to always lock their vehicle. Try not to leave valuables in plain view. Often these offences are crimes of opportunity and locking the vehicle is the best form of prevention. If you have any questions or you are looking for additional tips regarding the Lock IT or Lose IT crime prevention program please contact the Brockville Police Service at 613-342-0127.
Mental Health and Wellbeing checks
On the 7th of April, 2017 at approximately 3:31 pm officers attended to a residence located in the centre of town to locate and apprehend an 80 year old Brockville resident under the authority of an order (form 2) issued by a Justice. The form directs police to apprehend a person and transport them to a hospital for necessary psychiatric evaluation. The female was located and transported to the Brockville General Hospital without incident.
On the 7th of April, 2017 at approximately 5:10 pm officers attended to a south end residence to check on the wellbeing of a 34 year old female at the request of the Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Addictions and Mental Health team. Police located and apprehended the female under the mental health act. She was transported to the Brockville General Hospital for necessary evaluation without incident.
On the 7th of April, 2017 at approximately 7:04 pm police were contacted by the Brockville Fire Department and advised of a fire inside an apartment of south end building. It is noted that the fire was a result of a cooking mishap and that it was quickly controlled.
Mental Health Call
On the 6th of April 2017 the Brockville Police were contacted by the Brockville General Hospital to assist them in regards to having difficulty dealing with an individual suffering from a mental illness. Officers attended the residence of the 31 year old man but found it empty. Later that evening a staff member observed the male in the west end of the city in need of assistance and notified police. He was apprehended under the Mental Health Act and conveyed to the hospital for examination.
Brockville Police attended a north end apartment complex after receiving calls of a woman assaulting a man. Upon police arrival it was clear that the information was correct. Officers recognized all the parties present and further investigation revealed the 44 year old female to be on probation, as well as out on bail for additional various offences. As a result she was arrested for breaching those conditions and held until sober. The woman was given a new court date with the additional charges.
A pair of shoplifters was arrested yesterday at the Real Canadian Superstore in two separate incidents after being apprehended by the stores Loss Prevention Officers.
In the first incident, Brockville Police were contacted approximately 11:15 am when the stores Loss Prevention officer spotted a 19 year old Lyn area man selecting merchandise from the shelves and leave the store without making payment. He was approached by security outside the store and confronted about the theft and returned to the office until police arrived.
The man was released from custody at the scene and charged under the Trespass to Property Act for Engaging in a Prohibited Activity.
Police were again contacted by Loss Prevention Staff at the Superstore at 5:15 pm yesterday afternoon after a 26 year old Addison woman was apprehended.
Loss Prevention staff confronted the woman outside the store after she was observed taking items from the store shelves and leaving without paying. When officers arrived the woman was charged as well with Engaging in a Prohibited Activity under the Trespass to Property Act.
More Vehicle Mischiefs from the Weekend
Brockville Police received 2 more complaints of vehicles being damaged over the weekend.
Tuesday afternoon a resident of William Street contacted police to report that sometime over the weekend someone keyed the driver’s door and stole the antennae from his Ford F150 pick-up truck which was parked in his driveway
Shortly after Brockville Police took this report, an employee of Industrial Electric contacted police to report over the weekend suspects attempted to gain entry to one of their service vehicles parked in the lot and damage to the passenger door.
Brockville Police are asking for the public’s assistance to identify the persons responsible for recent spike in thefts, and damage to vehicles over the past couple of weeks. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 613-342-0127 or Crimestoppers at 1-888-222-8477.
Please do not make your vehicle a target of would be thieves. Items such as smartphones, personal electronics, work tools, credit cards or identification, garage door openers, sunglasses, cash and keys are popular items stolen from cars. Do not leave these articles where they can be seen or store spare sets of keys in your vehicle.
Park your vehicle in a secure and well-lit area or in your garage with the garage door pulled down. Finally, please make sure to lock your vehicle when leaving it.