September 19 – 20, 2016 Incidents

Probation Warrant

On April 11th, 2016, Brockville Police received a warrant from the Brockville Probation office as one of their clients failed to appear for a court ordered appointment. On September 19th at 8:55 am, the client a local 32 year old woman turned herself into Police. She was arrested for the warrant and held in custody until a bail hearing later in the day.


Mischief to School

On September 19th at 10:46 am, Brockville Police attended a south end public school for a mischief complaint. Overnight, someone had broken two windows at the property.

The investigation is ongoing.


Passed Out Male

On September 19th at 8:24 pm, Brockville Police attended an apartment building on King Street East in regards to a loud group.

Things were quieter when Officers arrived but they did discover a man passed out in the grass nearby. The local 36 year old was arrested and charged with public intoxication for his own safety. He was released the following morning when sober and issued a fine.


Mental Health

On September 20th at 12:32 pm, Brockville Police attended a south end mental health group home.

The staff had requested assistance escorting a local 60 year old woman to local hospital. The resident was being verbally abusive and not taking medication. Officers completed the escort and left her in the custody of medical staff.


Mental Health

On September 20th at 5:05 pm, Brockville Police attended a north end apartment complex to check on a local woman. The 40 year old had expressed suicidal thoughts to someone close to her. Officers escorted the subject to local hospital and left her in the care of medical staff.


Text leads to Charges

On September 20th at 9:59 pm, Brockville Police attended a residence in the south/east portion of the city after a disturbing text.

A local 30 year old man texted a picture of a hand gun to his 28 year old ex-spouse. He alluded to self harm, she in turn contacted Police. After Officers determined she was out of harms way, his residence was contacted by phone and he was asked to exit the home to surrender himself to Officers outside. The man complied and was taken into custody without incident.

Investigation revealed the photo of the gun was downloaded off an internet site. When interviewed last night, the victim revealed an assault from this summer and a separate incident where she was struck in the head by an item thrown at her by the accused.

A bail hearing will take place to deal with charges of uttering threats, criminal harassment, assault and assault with a weapon.