August 3 – 4, 2018 Incidents

During the past 24 hours the Brockville Police Service has responded to 51 calls for service.

Out of those calls officers arrested 3 persons for outstanding warrants that existed for various offences such as failing to attend court. Two of those persons were released with future court dates. One subject has been remanded into custody with a bail hearing scheduled for the 7th of August.

The R.I.D.E team conducted a tour of duty and during that patrol conducted 400 vehicle checks which yielded no impaired drivers.

 

August 3, 2018 Incident

Warrants

The Brockville Police Services Emergency Response Team were busy again this morning executing two more warrants under the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act (CDSA) and the Criminal Code at a pair of residences on Delhi Street.

Shortly after 7:30 a.m. this morning, the Brockville Police ERT team, Criminal Investigations Office, Drug Unit and uniform patrol, safely executed the warrants at the adjacent residences looking for drugs, weapons and other evidence for an ongoing assault investigation from July 26th-27th. All persons inside the residences were taken into custody safely and without incident. The investigation is still ongoing at the time with charges pending.

The two warrants this morning have made for a busy couple of days for the Brockville Police Services ERT team. Yesterday morning they were also busy in the City executing three warrants under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act with members of the OPP Emergency Response Team and Streets Crime units. In total five warrants were executed on five different residences in Brockville searching for illicit drugs and evidence of related activity.

 

July 31 – August 1, 2018 Incidents

Warrants

A 23 year old female was arrested shortly after 9:00 am on the 31st of July for an outstanding warrant. She was located behind Kelsey’s on Parkedale Ave. Officers recognized her and executed the warrant for failing to comply with a recognizance of bail.

 

Disturbance

The Brockville Police Service received several 911 calls for a disturbance on William St. at Pearl St around 11:00 am yesterday. In the end one person was charged for assault and causing a disturbance. The 28 year old male was arrested and later released with a future court date.

 

Shoplift/warrants

A 51 year old male and a 36 year old female were arrested after police were called to Winners on Parkedale Ave. Store staff contacted police as they suspected the couple of shoplifting. Both parties are known to police and were arrested for their outstanding warrants. Officers arrived prior to any theft being committed. The female was released with a future court date and the male was turned over to a neighbouring agency for his charges.

Bail Violations

A 50 year old male was arrested on the 31st of July at 10:00 pm for failing to comply with his court order. The male was found to be consuming alcohol contrary to his conditions.

 

Flight from police/wanted person:

Albert Mundy 50 years old:

Mundy

 

At 9:20 pm on July 31st, 2018 the above suspect was identified as the driver of a motorcycle that officers attempted to stop for various offences. The motorcycle did not have license plates or insurance. Mundy is a prohibited driver and is now wanted for flight from police and breach of recognizance.

Please contact the Brockville Police Service at (613)342-0127 with any information regarding his whereabouts.

 

July 30 – 31, 2018 Incidents

Mischief/breach of probation

A 29 year old male was arrested on July 30th at 11:10 pm in relation to a domestic occurrence. The 29 year old male was on probation from a previous assault charge. On this night he had damaged some property belonging to the victim. Police were contacted and the accused was then located and arrested for the offences. He has been held in custody pending a bail hearing.

 

Breach of recognizance and possession of a controlled substance

Police were called to McDonald’s restaurant on July 31st at 1:00 am for reports of an unattended 5 year old child. Officers attended and located a male dancing with a mop. The male appeared to be under the influence of a substance. It was discovered that this male was on conditions not to be out of his residence. The child belonged to this male. Arrangements were made for a relative to attend to care for the child. The male was arrested, searched and found to be in possession of drugs. He was held in custody pending a bail hearing.

 

July 26 – 29, 2018 Incidents

Stolen Vehicle

On July 26, 2018 police located a 32 year old male operating a vehicle that had been reported stolen the previous day. The male, known to police, was arrested and charged with theft of a motor vehicle, breach of probation, and possession of stolen property that was also found on his person. The male was held for a bail hearing.

 

Warrant

Police located and arrested a 33 year old male on an outstanding warrant for Theft Under $5000. Held for bail.

 

Assault

On July 27, 2018 police were called to a North end residence regarding a domestic dispute. After a short search, the suspect was located hiding in the bedroom of a neighbour’s residence. The 31 year old male was arrested on outstanding warrants and the domestic allegations are still being investigated. Held for bail.

 

Threats

A 23 year old male was arrested in relation to threats made towards the courthouse. The male was unhappy with the court process and stated that he was getting an AK47 and returning to shoot the place up. Police were given a photo of the suspect who was quickly identified and apprehended. The male was held for a bail hearing and charged with uttering threats and breach of probation.

 

Impaired

Police were called to a downtown business regarding a possible impaired driver. Upon arrival, police located a 22 year old male who was intoxicated but denied operating the motor vehicle. Investigation and video footage determined the male was operating the vehicle. He was arrested and charged with impaired operation after providing samples that were almost twice the legal limit.

 

Medical Assist

A 76 year old male collapsed while walking in the area of the Thousand Islands Secondary School. A retired EMT, police, and ambulance were all on scene quickly and provided CPR to the patient. The male was rushed to hospital where he recovers from a medical emergency.

July 24 – 25, 2018 Incidents

Warrant

On the evening of the 24th of July officers were on patrol in the south end of the city and observed a 26 year old woman known to police to have an outstanding arrest warrant. Officers attempted to make an arrest and she fled on foot. Officers found her trying to hide and arrested her. She will appear in bail court today at 2 o’clock.

July 23 – 24, 2018 Incidents

Warrants

On the 23rd of July, 2018 a 39 year old Brockville man entered a vehicle parked at the Brockville General Hospital and stole the owner’s wallet. Witnesses called police and armed with an excellent description of the man, police located him still in the area. The man ran from police however was apprehended following a foot pursuit. The man had an outstanding warrant for his arrest in relation to a number of criminal matters. He was held in custody for a bail hearing charged with numerous criminal offences. The wallet was recovered and returned to its owner.

 

Mental Health Act

In completely unrelated matters, a 52 year old man and an 18 year old man were apprehended under the authority of the Mental Health Act and transported to the Brockville General Hospital for necessary assessments.

 

July 22 – 23, 2018 Incidents

Outstanding Warrants

On the 22nd of July, 2018 at approximatley 05:30 police investigated a 46 year old Brockville female and discovered an outstanding warrant for her arrest. The woman was arrested on the authority of the outstanding warrant and was held for a bail hearing.

 

Thefts – Reminder to the public

The Brockville Police Service has received numerous calls of thefts from cars, garages and sheds. Police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles, garages and houses when unattended. These are often crimes of opportunity and, in most cases, preventable.