July 31 – August 1, 2017 Incidents

Theft of Metal

Yesterday morning workers from the construction site at Westminster school reported that sometime over the weekend, scrap metal was stolen from the site.

Workers reporting for duty at approximately 8:30 a.m. Monday made the discovery and contacted police. The steel which has an approximate value of $750 consisted of flashing and stainless steel metal pieces from the school.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the investigating officer Cst. April Muldoon at 613-342-0127 ext. 6077 or submit a tip anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.tipsubmit.com and be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.


Break and Enter to Pauline’s Lingerie

Brockville Police are investigating a break and enter to Pauline’s Lingerie over the weekend resulting in the theft of an undisclosed amount of cash from the store.

An employee opening the store Monday morning discovered the break and enter while preparing for her shift. She then contacted police and waited outside the store until officers arrived. A Scenes of Crime officer with the Brockville Police examined the scene prior to the business reopening.

Persons with information are asked to contact the Brockville Police Service at 613-342-0127 or submit a tip anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.tipsubmit.com and be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.


Pedestrian Struck

At 5:30 pm last evening officers with the Brockville Police Service responded to the intersection of Parkedale Avenue and Ormond Street after receiving a report of a man being struck by a motor vehicle.

A 26 year old Brockville area man was crossing Parkedale Ave when he was struck by a white Chevrolet Equinox in the intersection. He suffered injuries to his shoulders, ribs and hip and taken to Brockville General Hospital for treatment of his injuries.

The driver of the Equinox, a 71 year old Brockville woman was charged under the Highway Traffic Act for Failing to Yield for a Pedestrian.


Domestic Disputes

Two people are facing charges in relation to two separate domestic occurrences Monday evening.

At 7:30 p.m. Brockville Police were called to a King Street West apartment after a caller reported a domestic had just taken place and was requesting both police and EMS. On arrival police located and spoke with the 18 year old female victim who had suffered injuries to her chest and face prior to her being transported to Brockville General Hospital.

Officers then located the 23 year old man responsible inside the apartment and placed him under arrest for domestic assault and conveyed him to Brockville Police headquarters where he was held overnight pending a Bail Hearing later today.

A short time later at 8:45 pm a 33 year old Maitland area man attended to the Brockville Police station to speak with officers in regard to a domestic disturbance he had had with his girlfriend.

He reported that during an argument with his girlfriend she threw a television on the floor and was scratched by her during the argument.

A 37 year old Brockville woman is facing charges of domestic assault and mischief as a result. She was released with a future court date.

July 30 – 31, 2017 Incidents

Disturbance at Willian Street Tim Horton’s

A 28 year old Brockville man was arrested for public intoxication early Sunday morning for his role in a disturbance in the William Street Tim Horton’s parking lot.

Just prior to 6:00 a.m. Brockville Police were called to the Tim Horton’s lot of 7-10 males fighting in the parking lot. On officers arrival the fight quickly broke up and the combatants with the exception of the 28 year old went their separate ways. The man was well under the influence of alcohol and officers were concerned for his safety and as a result arrested him for being intoxicated in a public place.

He was conveyed to the Brockville Police station where he was held until sober and released from custody with a Provincial Offences Notice.


Breach of Bail Conditions

While on patrol in the Perth Street area, officers spotted a 27 year old Brockville area woman in breach of her bail conditions by being out without her surety present.

Sgt. Shawn Borgford was on patrol on Perth Street near the railway tracks at 1:15 p.m. yesterday afternoon, when he spotted the woman walking alone. He confirmed her bail conditions and located her again walking down Downey Street. At the time he noticed that she had been consuming alcohol, which is also contrary to her bail release conditions.

As a result, the woman was arrested for Breach of her Recognizance and conveyed to the Brockville Police station where she was held pending a bail hearing today.


Domestic Dispute leads to Arrests

At 9:00 p.m. last evening Brockville Police were called to the Glenn Wood apartments on a report of a domestic disturbance in one of the units.

When police arrived they initially were not let into the apartment and the door was barricaded with a chair. Eventually they were able to gain entry to ensure the safety of the occupants inside. Once inside the residence, officers located a 51 year old Brockville woman who was wanting on outstanding warrants by the Brockville Police and a 49 year old Brockville man who was on a Recognizance of Bail with a condition not to being in his residence.

Both were arrested and held at the Brockville Police Service pending a Monday bail hearing.


Impaired Driving and Refusal

A call to the Brockville Police last night at 11:45 p.m. resulted in a 26 year old Brockville woman being charged with impaired driving and refusing to provide breath samples.

The anonymous caller identified the woman driving a blue Hyundai southbound on Stewart Boulevard and told police she was under the influence of alcohol. Officers caught up with the vehicle as it was arriving at a Victoria Avenue address and stopped the car.

After detecting an odour of alcohol on the driver’s breath, the woman was given a demand to provide breath samples into a roadside screening device which she refused on several occasions.

As a result, the woman was charged with refusing to provide samples of her breath and released with a future court date.


July 28 – 29, 2017 Incidents

Breach of Recognizance

On the 29th of July, 2017 at approximately 3:37 a.m. the Brockville Police received a call from a resident in a south end apartment of an unwanted Brockville man.  The man was intoxicated and was at large on a recognizance of bail with a curfew condition.  As a result the man was arrested for breaching the conditions of his release and remanded into custody to appear on court on the 31st of July, 2017.



July 27 – 28, 2017 Incidents

Ottawa Police arrest man for Brockville warrant

A 49 year old Ottawa man was arrested early yesterday morning by the Ottawa Police for an outstanding warrant held by the Brockville Police Service in relation to a domestic disturbance from earlier this month.

On the 17th of July 2017 officers responded to a Perth Street residence to check on the wellbeing of a woman living at the home. Once at the address police learned from her about a series of domestic incidents involving herself and former boyfriend over a period of time which resulted in the Brockville Police seeking an arrest warrant for the man.

As a result of the arrest Brockville officers attended to Ottawa and took the man into custody and returned him to court for a bail hearing.


Bail Hearing for Domestic Charges

A 24 year old Brockville man will be in court this morning facing a series of domestic related charges as a result of several dealings with police over the past month.

At approximately 8 p.m. last evening the Brockville Police received a call indicating the 28 year old female victim was at her residence with the door locked. There was banging on the door and eventually the door handle was broken off the door and the suspect fled. The caller suspected it was the 24 year old man that attended and called police to alert them out of concern for the woman’s safety. While police were checking the area the man returned to the apartment and made his way inside. Officers arriving overheard the yelling inside the apartment and entered to ensure the safety of the woman. Once inside they found the 24 year old man and placed him under arrest for domestic assault, and conveyed him to police headquarters.

While investigating the domestic disturbance last evening, officers also learned the man was wanted for an assault on July 7th involving the same victim and was also on probation for similar offences in the past. As a result he was taken into custody for assault, breaching his probation and mischief and held in custody for a bail hearing.


July 26 – 27, 2017 Incidents

Impaired by Drug

A 20 year old Brockville man is facing charges of impaired driving and driving while disqualified as a result of a traffic stop yesterday afternoon.

Shortly after 3:00 p.m. Cst Sam Evers of the Brockville Police observed the 2005 Dodge Dakota on William Street by the male whom he recognized to be a disqualified driver. He stopped the vehicle and confirmed the disqualification and while speaking with him noticed signs of impairment by drugs. As a result he was arrested and taken to the Brockville Police Service for tests.

The man was turned over to drug recognition expert police officer for tests to be performed and as a result of the tests it was determined the male was impaired by drugs.

He was later released on a Promise to Appear for a future court date.


Disturbance on Perth Street

Brockville Police were called to a disturbance at a Buell Street residence near the intersection of Pearl Street after a 25 year old Brockville man arrived at the residence yelling outside and swinging a baseball bat.

On arrival the male had fled the area but was located a short distance away from the residence. Officers learned that the young man was in a dispute with the residents of the house and began swinging the bat and breaking out some of the windows at the residence.

As a result the man was arrested for weapons offences, breaching his probation, mischief and causing a disturbance. He was conveyed to the Brockville Police Service where he was later released with several conditions and given a future court date.


Damage to Piano at Hardy Park

The Brockville Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying those responsible for damage done to the public piano in the band shell at Hardy Park.

Early yesterday afternoon a volunteer who helped spearhead a local campaign to bring the piano to Hardy Park attended to the Brockville Police Service to report a number of keys and a foot pedal on the piano had been broken and the piano was no longer usable.

The community piano in the park was a result of a local social media campaign. Three people volunteered to donate a piano, an Art Class from Thousand Islands Secondary School painted it using paint donated by a Brockville Hardware store. A local moving company donated staff, a vehicle and to store the piano during the off season and the Downtown Business Improvement Association (DBIA) paid to have the piano tuned. Volunteers from the group checked and cleaned the piano regularly until the discovery of the damage on Wednesday.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127 or submit a tip anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.tipsubmit.com and be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.



Members of the Brockville Police Service would like to extend our congratulations to some of our members today.

Our newest recruit Constable Lucas McArthur is graduating with his recruit class from the Ontario Police College in a ceremony today at the College. Lucas will start his training on shift at the Brockville Police Service next week and we look forward to having him join our team and working with him for years to come. Congratulations to Lucas and to his family on this special day.

As well, ladies of the Brockville Police Service proved once again they are far better hockey players than their male co-workers. Last evening the ladies capped off an undefeated season in the Brockville Women’s Ball Hockey League winning the league championship. Congratulations to all on a great season.

July 25 – 26, 2017 Incidents

Lottery Scam

A Brockville senior is a victim in the latest lottery scam to target the area.

The victim attended the Brockville Police station yesterday afternoon to report he had been asked on a couple of occasions to send money to a bank account in British Columbia to claim his lottery winnings. He became suspicious after the latest request for transfer of funds and sought assistance from police. No prize was ever received and the victim has lost the money he has already transferred.

Scammers frequently come up with new and inventive ways to prey on potential victims. They will often use the names of real companies or lotteries to convince potential victims the lottery is legitimate. However, known lottery and sweepstakes companies would never request money upfront to claim lottery winnings. You never have to “pay to play”.


Breach of Bail Conditions

A 49 year old Brockville man was arrested early yesterday afternoon at Brockville court when he attempted to speak with his victim while leaving the court room.

The man was originally arrested last summer in a joint Leeds OPP and Brockville Police Service investigation which is currently before the courts. As part of his release conditions, he was to have no communication with the victim and a number of witnesses. On Tuesday, while in court at his trial for these offences he attempted to speak with the victim as they left the court room.

As a result, the man will face an additional charge of breaching his release conditions.

July 24 – 25, 2017 Incidents

Thefts from vehicles continue

Brockville Police took 5 reports of theft from parked vehicles during the overnight period Sunday night to Monday morning. Most of the reported thefts from the unlocked vehicles were in the Perth Street area and side streets between the railway tracks and Central Ave.

Among the articles taken from the vehicles included loose change and money, sunglasses, clothing, GPS systems and keys.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127 or submit a tip anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.tipsubmit.com and be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.

Police remind residents to lock your vehicles when leaving them unattended and not to leave valuables where passerby’s can see them. If parking your vehicle overnight, park your vehicle in a well-lit and high traffic area to act as a deterrent to would be thieves.


Flooding on City Streets

As a result of the rainfall yesterday a couple of city streets had to be temporarily closed during yesterday’s heavy rain.

California Ave at both the south end between Parkedale Avenue and Waltham Square, and in the north end between Laurier Boulevard and Centennial Road had been closed for brief time periods yesterday because of flooding.

Centennial Road between Stewart and Windsor was the scene of another road closure yesterday due to some minor flooding.

As of this morning all roadways were again open and traffic was moving normally through those areas.


July 23 – 24, 2017 Incidents

Arrest Warrant

A 25 year old Brockville area woman was arrested late yesterday afternoon for outstanding warrants when an officer spotted her on Pearl Street.

Constable Serge Landry was driving on Pearl Street when he saw the woman whom he recognized walking on the sidewalk. He confirmed the warrant was still outstanding in relation to failing to appear at court in relation to a March 2017 theft.

She was conveyed to headquarters where she was processed and released on a Promise to Appear with a future court date.


Looking for witnesses to Domestic Disturbance

Brockville Police are seeking witnesses in relation to a domestic disturbance which took place last eening on Windsor Drive near Thousand Islands Secondary School at approximately 11:30 p.m.

A caller to the Brockville Police communications centre reported they saw a male and female fighting in the area during this time. Caller described the altercation as a shoving match between the two. The male is described as possibly in his 20’s wearing only dark coloured shorts with no shoes or shirt on. No description is available for the female at this time.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the investigating officer Sgt. Keith Fleury at 613-342-0127 ext. 6046.


July 21 – 23, 2017 Incidents

Motor Vehicle Collision

Brockville Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a vehicle involved in a collision with a street sign Saturday night July 22, 2017. Cst Jeggo while on patrol at the intersection of Central Ave and Stewart Blvd located the damage to the street sign around 3am.

Anyone with information in relation to this investigation is to contact Cst. Jeggo at (613) 342-0127 ext. 6078.



On the 22nd of July 2017 the Brockville Police arrested a 28 year old male and a 49 year old male in the south end of town. Both individuals had outstanding warrants for their arrest. The 28 year old was released with a new court date, and the 49 year old was held in custody for the weekend.