Police Auction

Police Auction will be held on Thursday, May 17th,  at the Memorial Centre.

Viewing time will be 6pm and the auction will start at 7pm.

Bikes, 2 wedding ring sets, pocket watches and various items.



May 16 – 17, 2018 Incidents


A 42 year old female was arrested and charged for shoplifting after staff at Metro on King St. observed her conceal several items and leave the store not making any attempt to pay. She was arrested and released at the scene with a future court date.


Dogs in a vehicle

With the weather getting warmer we are asking people not to leave their pets in vehicles.

Police were called to the intersection of King St and Market St. for a large dog that was left in a vehicle. When the owner was eventually located he was charged under a by-law for not ensuring the well-being of the animal.



A 43 year old male was arrested last night after police were called to an apartment on Reynolds Drive. The complainant had a house guest that had overstayed his welcome and was asking police for assistance in removing them. It was discovered that this male had a warrant for his arrest. The male was arrested and held in custody for a bail hearing.


May 14 – 15, 2018 Incidents


The Brockville Police Service responded to a road rage incident in the area of Parkedale Avenue in the early afternoon hours. A brief interaction took place where an unknown male suspect threatened two victims while holding a weapon in hand. The suspect fled in a dark coloured convertible. The victims did not receive any injuries due to the event. Police investigation is continuing and anyone with information which may assist investigators is asked to contact the investigating officer Cst. Greg Francis of the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127 ext. 6083 or gfrancis@brockvillepolice.com.


Break & Enter

Witness at the Tall Ships observed two unknown people enter a boat, throw something in the water and walk away. Investigation determined approximately $200 damage was caused to the boat and $500 worth of property was taken. Police investigation is continuing and anyone with information which may assist investigators is asked to contact the investigating officer Cst. Justin Cullen of the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127 ext. 6079 or jcullen@brockvillepolice.com.

May 13 – 14, 2018 Incidents

Dog Stolen from outside Circle K on King Street

Officers were called to the King Street Circle K convenience store at 9:15 Sunday morning after the owner of a Black Mastiff Cross reported to police that his dog had been stolen from in front of the store while he was inside paying for his order.

The dog’s owner, a 26 year old Brockville man, went into the store for a short period of time to make a purchase and tied the dog up in front of the store. When he returned the dog was gone and he contacted the police.

In the early afternoon just before 1:00 pm the Mastiff was located at a Perth Street residence and returned to the owner. Police are continuing their investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Jamie Garvin at 613-342-0127 ext. 6082 or jgarvin@brockvillepolice.com


Counterfeit Arrest

A 39 year old Brockville man is facing charges after he was caught passing a counterfeit $50 bill.

Shortly before 4 p.m. yesterday afternoon Brockville Police responded to a complaint of a young man passing a counterfeit $50 bill at a downtown convenience store. The store owner had a video of the suspect and when he showed it to police the responding officers they immediately recognized the 39 year old man.

He was later located by officers and charged for uttering counterfeit currency and released with a future court date.


Motor Vehicle Collision leads to arrest

A 35 year old Smiths Falls man is facing charges after police responded to a motor vehicle collision late last evening at the intersection of Kensington Parkway and Centennial Road.

Just after 11:30 pm Brockville Police received a call of a black Ford Ranger pick-up truck which was north bound on Kensington Parkway cross Centennial Road and crash into the ditch on the north side of Centennial Road striking a pole. A young male was observed by residents fleeing the vehicle described as wearing blue jeans and blue t-shirt walking south bound on Kensington Parkway who was confronted by area residents. A physical altercation ensued before police arrived on scene.

When officers arrived the 35 year old man was found to be under the influence of alcohol but denied being the driver of the pick-up truck. He was placed under arrest for assault and mischief as a result of the altercation and taken into police custody.

The Ford Ranger pick-up truck was found to have a quantity of grocery items inside the truck when taken from the ditch.

Investigation into the motor vehicle collision and the grocery items is continuing. Anyone with information which may assist investigators is asked to contact the investigating officer Cst. Serge Landry of the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127 ext. 6067 or slandry@brockvillepolice.com. Information may also be passed on anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.tipsubmit.com/start.htm and be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000. Brockville Police is a member of the Kingston/1000 Islands Crime Stoppers group.

May 12 – 14, 2018 Incidents


On the evening of the 12th of May 2018 officers were on patrol in the city of Brockville at approximately 8:45 pm when they observed a 20 year old woman who had outstanding warrants for property crimes for this community and also another municipality north of the city. She was walking downtown and officers approached her to make the arrest.

Upon doing so she became combative and began kicking and biting the officers who had engaged her, kicking one of the officers in the groin.

The arrest was completed and not only did she find herself being charged with the outstanding allegations on the warrant but also charges of assaulting officers with the intent to resist arrest. She was remanded into custody today and will appear in bail court Monday the 14th.

May 9 – 10, 2018 Incidents


A 66 year old male was stopped on Central Ave last night at 11:00 pm for having expired validation. The driver was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Ottawa. He was later released with a new court date.


Gun Amnesty

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and its municipal law enforcement partners have received and rendered safe hundreds of weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition during a month-long Gun Amnesty.

Locally, the Brockville Police Service had 13 firearms turned in (4 hand guns and 9 long guns).

All Ontario police services participated in the month-long initiative. During that time, a total of 1,503 guns were voluntarily surrendered in non-OPP jurisdictions.

A majority of firearms that have been surrendered to police will be destroyed, but a number of guns will be retained for historical, educational or training purposes. Although the gun amnesty has officially ended, police will continue to accept submissions from the public. Interested gun owners may call the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or their local police service’s non-emergency lines to arrange for officers to attend and safely retrieve the weapons.

Police continue to encourage members of the public to turn in unwanted weapons despite the conclusion of this initiative. Police retain the ability to exercise discretion (amnesty) regarding weapons related charges at all times, not just during this month long event. The public is reminded that no one should ever deliver guns, ammunition or military ordinance directly to police facilities.

For more information on the Canadian Firearms Program visit the RCMP’s national website at http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/index-eng.htm. There you will find some general safety information, as well as information on Inherited Firearms.

May 8 – 9, 2018 Incidents


A 27 year old male was arrested for theft from several north end stores yesterday at 4:00 pm. A loss prevention officer at the Superstore approached the male to arrest him for theft. As the officer approached the male he produced a bottle of alcohol that he had previously stolen from the LCBO and began to drink it. He was arrested and turned over to police.


Breach of Probation

Officers where following up an occurrence on Buell St. when they observed male that breaching several conditions of his probation. He was arrested without incident.

May 7 – 8, 2018 Incidents


Officers executed a warrant on Victoria Ave. this morning for an arrest of a wanted party. Officers arrested a 21 year old male on the warrant that stemmed from a domestic incident from February. Officers received information of his location this week and obtained the warrant.

May 4 – 7, 2018 Incidents

Dangerous Operation

Sunday at 0720 hours a 19 year old male was observed operating his vehicle in a dangerous manner on Millwood Ave. The vehicle was observed by an off duty city police driving at a dangerously high rate of speed. The vehicle was stopped a short time later and the driver was charged with dangerous operation.


Domestic Assault

On Friday at 1400 hours a 40 year old male was arrested for assault in connection with a domestic incident. He was held in custody for a bail hearing, being charged with assault and two counts of breach of probation.



At 1900 hours on Saturday police were called to a suspicious person in the area of the “Circle K” on King St. Police located a local 28 year old male that was wanted on a warrant of committal. The male was arrested and a search incident to arrest led to a further charge of possession of crystal methamphetamine.

Bail violation

A 26 year old male was located on Friday morning at 0130 hours when he was located outside of his residence contrary to his conditions. A search incident to arrest led police to the discovery of methamphetamine and counterfeit money. He was held in custody for a bail hearing.