November 19 – 20, 2018 Incidents

Break and Enter

On November 20th at 8:46 am, the Brockville Police Service responded to reports of a possible break and enter at the Brockville Yacht Club. The caller indicated that they had observed a person climb into a boat that had been secured for storage. The complainant became suspicious and contacted police.

Officers arrived on scene and located two males, 22 and a 23 year, inside one of the boats. The officer’s investigation revealed that several vessels had been broken into. Both males were arrested and charged with break and enter and possession of property obtained by crime. The 22 year old male was also charged with assaulting a police officer.


November 17 – 19, 2018 Incidents


On the 17th of November 2018 at 1:30 pm the Brockville Police Service responded to a complaint of assault. A 37 year old female has been charged as result after it was discovered that she launched a pop can at the complainant. The victim and the accused had been in an argument when the assault took place. The female has been released from police custody with a future court date.


Vehicle Fire

November 16th at 09:33 am the Brockville Police Service along with Brockville Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire on Glenn Wood Place.

The fire was quickly extinguished and is not suspicious in nature.


Break and Enter

On Friday November 16th 2018 officers were dispatched to a Break and Enter on Kensington Parkway. Officers arrived and spoke with the complainant who advised that the male in the apartment with him broke in and was not authorized to be there. The complainant advised that this was his daughter’s apartment and that the male had been told the previous day that he was not allowed there. Officers spoke with the accused who advised that he did not remember how he got in the apartment. He was arrested and charged with being unlawfully in a dwelling.

November 14 – 15, 2018 Incidents


A 58 year old male was arrested in relation to a domestic occurrence investigated at a residence on King St. on the evening of the 14th of November 2018. Officers were called by a female complainant reporting the disturbance. Officers attended the address and discovered a male at the residence contrary to a court ordered condition to not be there. He was arrested without incident and held for a bail hearing.


Break and Enter

J.L. Jordan School was broken into overnight of the 13th of November to the morning of the 14h. The matter is being investigated at this time. No arrests have been made at this point. If any member of the public has any information, please contact our service at (613)342-0127 ext. 0 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

All persons offering information are eligible for a cash reward, also paid anonymously. The rewards run from $50 to $1,000 depending on the information. Unlike other reward programs which stipulate ‘arrest and conviction’, Crime Stoppers pays upon arrest only. The waiting time for the payout is drastically reduced. The reward is passed on after proper identification by code number, at a pre-arranged location. The police will not be involved unless the informant wishes them to be.


Foot Pursuit

On Wednesday at 12:00 pm, a 45 year old male was arrested with the assistance of our police K9 “Diesel” and his two legged coworkers. Officers on routine patrol observed a male that was known to them. The male had an outstanding warrant of arrest and fled the area when he observed police. Officers quickly set up a perimeter and the K9 unit was deployed. The male was located a short time later when his hiding spot was discovered by Diesel. The male was taken into custody without incident.


Shoplifting and Mischief

In separate incidents a 22 year old male and a 23 year old male were arrested at Walmart for shoplifting yesterday. The second male has also been charged with mischief after he caused damage to police cruiser door. Both have been released from custody with future court dates.



A 21 year old male is now charged with criminal harassment, mischief, break and enter as well as breaching his probation in relation to a domestic incident. The complainant attended the station to report the harassment in the afternoon on the 14th of November. After making the complaint the complainant returned to her residence and discovered that the suspect had broken into her residence.

The male was arrested and held in custody pending a bail hearing.





November 12 – 13, 2018 Incidents

Breach of conditions

On the 12th of November at 8:20 pm, the Brockville Police Service responded to a call for an unwanted guest on Daniel St. A 51 year old male had attended a residence contrary to his release conditions from a prior domestic incident. He was found to be in breach of those conditions and was arrested.



A 42 year old male is facing charges of assault and uttering a death threat in relation to a domestic incident. The complainant had attended the Brockville Police Service to report the assault on November 11th.

The accused was located at a King St. address on the 12th and arrested for the offences. He was held in custody pending a bail hearing.

November 10 – 11, 2018 Incidents

Special Information

Over the past few days the Brockville Police Service has received multiple reports of thefts and tampering with property from residences, particularly in the South end of the City. These include entry into sheds, yards, vehicles and storage lockers. This is a reminder to everyone to ensure your items on your property are secure and vehicles are locked. Further, if you notice something or someone suspicious please notify the Brockville Police promptly. Be diligent in attempting to document or remember the details of potential suspect’s identity and actions. These details are crucial in helping us, help you!


On the 10th of November 11, 2018 at approximately 11:00pm, officers of the Brockville Police Service observed multiple individuals (details are not being divulged) leaving the area of a known residence which is involved in the sale of narcotics. During the investigation it was revealed that the subjects were in possession of small quantities of both crack cocaine and methamphetamine. They were arrested and released shortly after with a future court dates for possession of controlled substances.

Impaired Driving

On the 11th of November, 2018 at approximately 2:30am, officers of the Brockville Police Service observed three males in the downtown area of the City. The males were observed leaving the downtown area at a high rate of speed in a vehicle. Officers followed the vehicle due to the driving actions. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle failed to stop immediately and within seconds was involved in a collision. Two of the occupants fled from the vehicle and were located shortly after. The third male remained. Investigation revealed the identity of the driver. He was a 19 year old male from North Augusta. The driver was arrested for impaired driving and later gave breath samples of just under two times the legal limit. He was released with a future court date and a second court date for other traffic related offences. The other two males involved were released unconditionally. Luckily, no one was injured in the event. His vehicle was impounded for 7 days and his licence suspended for 90 days.


November 6 – 7, 2018 Incidents

Breach of Conditions

On November 6th at 3:30 pm officers were at a 125 Stewart Blvd. when they observed a 13 year old male and a 14 year old male that were associating contrary to their court ordered conditions. The males were arrested without incident. One male was held in custody for a bail hearing and one male was released with a future court date.



On the 4th of November 2018 at 8:37 am the Brockville Police Service responded to a domestic dispute on Abbott St. The complainant reported that she had come home to her residence and discovered damage to her vehicle and front door. The suspect was inside the residence, but left the area prior to police attending.

On the 6th of November the accused was located by police and arrested for the offences of mischief and failing to comply with an officer in charge undertaking.



November 5 – 6, 2018 Incidents

Damian Sobieraj Investigation

As a result of the arrest of a 15-year old Brockville youth last Tuesday, and subsequent court appearance of the youth, the Justice of the Peace has ordered a Publication Ban on all evidence and anything which may identify the youth arrested. This Publication Ban extends not only to members of the media, but to publications on social media as well.

The Brockville Police Service understands and is sympathetic to the concerns expressed by members of the community, and is doing our best to address them. Nonetheless we must remind the public that ignoring a Publication Ban may result in an offence under Section 127 (1) of the Criminal Code, breaching of a court order, and could affect the present matters before the court.

We thank you for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.


Disturb the Peace

Police were called to a disturbance in a downtown residence on the 5th of November at 8:00 am.   It was reported that the 23 year old male was “out of control” within the residence. Once located by officers he was arrested for possession of drugs and breaching a probation order.


November 2 – 5, 2018 Incidents


A disturbance in the west end of the City led to the arrest of a 20 year old Brockville man Friday evening. Police were called to the area after several 911 calls were received regarding an altercation. The man, who had been drinking, was found to be on conditions not to consume alcohol. As a result he was placed under arrest for failing to comply with his officer in charge undertaking and released with a future Court date.


Impaired Driving

A 52 year old Brockville woman was arrested early Saturday evening after fleeing the scene of a motor vehicle collision in the City’s south end. Just before 5:00 pm the woman was observed by witnesses striking a garbage can and a vehicle while attempting to leave an address on King Street. After the collision, the female parked her vehicle and began to walk away. Witnesses were able to identify the driver to Police as they arrived on scene. As a result of the investigation, the female was arrested for Impaired Driving, Drive Over .08 and Failing to Remain at the scene of an accident. Her blood alcohol concentration was found to be almost three times the legal limit. She was released with a future Court date, her Driver’s Licence was suspended for 90 days and her motor vehicle has been impounded for 7 days.



A 40 year old Brockville man was arrested on outstanding warrants in the City’s south end late Sunday evening. While on general patrol, police located the male, who was wanted in another jurisdiction for numerous offences. As a result, he was placed under arrest and turned over to the Ontario Provincial Police.



November 1 – 2, 2018 Incidents

Impaired Driving

On the 1st of November at 11:34 pm, a 47-year-old male was observed operating his vehicle on King St. at Victoria St. The male was observed exiting his vehicle and stagger away. The driver was approached by police who detected an odour of alcohol emitting from his breath. The male failed a roadside screening device that detects the presence of alcohol. He was transported to the Brockville Police Service where it was discovered that his blood alcohol was more than twice the legal limit. He has been charged with driving over 80 mgs of alcohol and impaired driving. His vehicle has been impounded for seven days.


Conviction on Charges

On the 29th of December 2015 the Brockville Police Service conducted an investigation where they formed reasonable grounds to believe that the accused, Trevor Mellon, would be in possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking. Officers arrested the accused on that date and searched the male incident to arrest. The accused had on his person 222 grams of cocaine, 1.01 kilograms of fentanyl and 504 grams of marijuana.

On November 1st, 2018 Trevor Mellon convicted of trafficking fentanyl, cocaine and marijuana. Sentencing will be on January 11, 2019.

Shine he Light

Shine the Light Campaign

On November 5th at 11 am members of the Brockville Police and Staff and Volunteers from Interval House raised the flag on the Shine the Light Campaign.  The month of November is awareness month for violence against women and children. Our hope is to turn the City Purple with lights and decorations as purple is the colour of this campaign.  This also kicks off Crime Prevention Week and we are happy to share this moment with Interval House.  The flag will fly for the month of November and together we can all make a difference.  Let’s do our part to put an end to domestic violence!

Shine he Light