On July 11th at 9:51 am, Brockville Police attended a domestic dispute in a south end duplex.
A local, 32 year old woman was assaulted by her 22 year old boyfriend. She was struck in the face, arms and chest area while being held down on a bed. The local man left prior to Officer’s arrival.
On June 6th, 2016, the accused was charged with assaulting the same victim and was released on conditions that included no communication with her. At 11:45 am, Police located the young man and he was arrested for assault and breaching his release conditions placed on him by the courts.
The victim did not receive medical treatment for her injuries and the accused was held for a bail hearing. He remains in custody and will re-attend court on Friday.
On July 11th at 6:20 pm, Brockville Police attended a domestic dispute in an apartment building in the center of the city.
The resident couple started to argue after she returned home and discovered him intoxicated. The 54 year old man started threatening to assault the victim and made the statement he would kill her. He left before Police arrived. Attending Officers gave a description of the accused and other Officers observed the man walking a few blocks away. The victim had disclosed at this point, an assault from last week that knocked her to the floor after a punch in the head.
He was arrested for assault and uttering threats and taken to the Police station. While being processed, he assaulted a Police Officer, striking him several times. Another charge of assault Police was added. The accused will appear in bail court.
Breach of Undertaking
On July 12th at 2:26 am, Brockville Police attended a north end street after reports of garbage being thrown around.
Officers located a local, 22 year old male, discovering he was the responsible party. The young man was the same subject arrested last week for pulling fire alarms and damaging numerous properties in the north end of the city. At that time, he was released on conditions that included, no alcohol consumption, keep the peace and obey a curfew which started at 9:00 pm.
Officers arrested the man for breaching his release conditions as he had been drinking at the time and was obviously breaching the other terms of his release. This time, he was held in custody and will appear in bail court.
Last week, the same party had smashed solar lights at several homes in the north end and caused other property damage. Police Officers and Firemen attended false alarms he pulled in north end apartment buildings.
Missing Parked Car
Brockville Police have had no luck locating the vehicle reported missing by a Montreal woman earlier this month.
The woman could not remember where she left her vehicle and Police have exhausted their search. The vehicle has now been added to Police systems as stolen. Now, if the plate from the vehicle is searched by any Officer in Canada, it will show up as missing from this area.