May 20 – 23, 2021 News Release

Dangerous Driving / Harassment:

On the 23rd of May at 7:20 PM the Brockville Police Service received several traffic complaints about a Red Dodge SUV driving at a high rate of speed and failing to stop for traffic signals.  The initial complainant described the driving behavior as “trying to run me off the road”.  Several more calls were received about the vehicle with various locations given.  Concerned for her own safety the complainant/victim attended the station.  The complainant advised police that the driver was an ex-boyfriend.  The vehicle was eventually located on King Street West at St. Lawrence Park where police arrested a 26-year-old Brockville resident for harassment and dangerous driving.   The male was released with a future court date.

Domestic:

On May 22nd shortly before 4:00 PM the Brockville Police responded to a domestic disturbance in the center of the city.  Officers arrived at the residence and arrested a 35-year-old female for assaulting her husband.  The male suffered minor injuries.  The accused was charged and released with a future court date.

911 call for help:

On the 20th of May at 5:00 AM a 46 year old male called 911 for assistance reporting he had been chased by unknown parties and had fallen off a cliff.  The male stated that he was unable to climb out and needed assistance.  He could not provide an accurate location, but described his surroundings.  The male was located at the Lafarge Pit off of Highway 2 East.  Firefighters were called to assist and used a ladder so the male could climb out of the pit.  The male was arrested at the scene as he had a warrant for his arrest from the Ontario Provincial Police.  He was turned over to the OPP after being treated for minor injuries.

Neighbour Dispute:

On the 20th of May at 6:20 PM, the Brockville Police responded to a neighbour dispute on MacOdrum Drive.  A 26-year-old male was arrested as a result of the incident and charged with causing a disturbance.  He was released from custody with a future court date.

Drugs:

A traffic stop led to several criminal charges on the 20th of May at 11:37 PM.  Officers conducted a traffic stop on Stewart Blvd. near Front Avenue.  An unlicensed 23-year-old male driver and a 37-year-old male passenger occupied the vehicle. As result of the stop, both subjects were arrested for being in possession of a controlled substance.  A search incident to arrest led to charges for possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine and possession of a prohibited weapon (stun gun).  The subjects were also in possession of a replica handgun.  They will appear in court at a later to answer to the charges.

Weekend Road Safety:

On Friday May 21st an officer was dedicated to traffic enforcement.  That officer laid 17 charges for speeding and improper exhausts.  He also had time to help a stranded motorist, pushing their broken down vehicle off the roadway.

On Saturday afternoon May 22nd from two officers were dedicated to bike patrol with their focus on the downtown core for traffic and community patrols along the bike paths.  Those officers issued fines for seat belts, drive with hand held communication devices and driving without any insurance.  They also charged one person for having open alcohol in a public place.

 

 

May 19 – 20, 2021 News Release

Theft:

On May 19th at 1:50 PM officers responded to the Metro on King Street West for reports of a 57 year old male that had been arrested by the loss prevention officer for shoplifting.  The male was cautioned for the theft and trespassed from the property.  The value of the theft was under $20.00.

Disturb the Peace:

On May 19th at 7:30 PM officers responded to a family dispute at an address in the center of the city.  One of the involved parties was a 29-year-old male.  He was on bail from previous charges, but his surety had since withdrawn.  The male was arrested and held in custody for a bail hearing.  He is not facing any new charges.

Disturbance:

On the 19th of May at 10:47 PM the Brockville Police Service received a complaint of a fight that had taken place on King Street at Apple Street.  Two male were reported to have been involved in an altercation.  The caller stated that one subject struck in the stomach and fell to the ground.  Officers attend the area shortly after the call, but did not locate the involved parties.

Unfortunately, the caller was not able to provide a description of those involved.

Anyone with information regarding this occurrence is asked to contact the Brockville Police Service at 613-342-0127 ext. 6087 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Road Safety Week:

Canada Road Safety Week is an enforcement-driven initiative led by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), and more specifically by the CACP’s Traffic Safety Committee. It is designed to increase public compliance with safe driving measures in order to save lives and reduce injuries on our roads.

This road safety awareness campaign is part of the broader Canada’s Road Safety Strategy 2025, which aims to make Canada’s roads the safest in the world. To this end, the campaign is focused on behaviours that put drivers, passengers, pedestrians and other vulnerable road users most at risk:

  • drug impaired driving
  • alcohol impaired driving
  • fatigue impaired driving
  • distracted driving
  • aggressive driving
  • driving without a seatbelt

The Brockville is committed to road safety.  There will be extra traffic patrols this weekend.

2021 Annual Police Auction

TUESDAY, MAY 18TH – SUNDAY, MAY 23RD, 2021

Articles now in possession of the Brockville Police Service to be sold in an

ONLINE AUCTION

Lyndon Marshall Auction Services – www.lmauctions.ca

Bicycles – various sizes, styles, makes & models plus numerous miscellaneous items.

May 14 – 17, 2021 News Release

Stabbing Update

On May 10th 2021 the Brockville Police investigated a stabbing at King Street West and Apple Street where a 23-year-old male was stabbed in the abdomen by a known suspect.  The victim was transported to Kingston General Hospital for treatment of his serious injuries.  Since that time the male has been released and is recovering at home.

On May 17, 2021 around 9:00 AM the 20-year-old accused male surrendered to police for the offence.  He will appear in court for a bail hearing later today.

Impaired

On May 16th at 6:23 PM the Brockville Police Service received a complaint of a fail to remain traffic collision on Dana Street.  A parked vehicle had been struck and the suspect vehicle fled the scene.  The suspect vehicle was located a short distance away.  The 79-year-old male driver was spoken to in regards to the accident.  The officers detected an odour of an alcoholic beverage on the driver’s breath.  The driver failed a roadside exam and was arrested for impaired operation of a conveyance and drive with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol.  The driver later provided two samples of his breath of more than twice the legal limit.  He has been charged and will appear in court at a later date.  He faces an automatic driver’s license suspension of 90 days and his vehicle was impounded for 7 days.

Assault with a Weapon

On May 16th at 9:00 PM the Brockville Police Service responded to Garden Street between James St. and Pearl St. for reports of a 33-year-old male that had been stabbed.  The victim received several wounds to his hands and was transported to the Brockville General Hospital with non-life threatening wounds.  Two suspect reportedly had run into a residence on Garden Street.  Officers later cleared the residence with the use of the Emergency Response Team, but did not locate the suspects. 

There is no threat to the public.  The suspects and the victim are known to each other.  The assault was the result of an argument that escalated to a physical altercation.  The investigation is ongoing at this time.  Anyone with any information regarding this occurrence is asked to call the Brockville Police Service at 613-342-0127 ext. 0 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Mischief

A 33-year-old male was arrested for mischief after officers investigated a complaint of property damage to Wall Street resident.  The original complaint occurred on May 14th at 10:00 AM when the accused damaged the front door of the residence.  Officers received another complaint about the male on 15th at 8:00 AM.  The male had returned to the residence and was asleep on the front porch.  He was arrested for the offence of mischief and released from custody with a future court date.

Bike Patrol

May 14th – 16th the Brockville Police Service had an officers on bike patrol.  The officers were focused on patrolling the Brock Trail and downtown core.  This was in response to complaints that the service has had over noise, unruly behavior on the bike path and erratic driving.  Over the weekend they issued a total of 30 tickets and warnings,

–           2 Warnings issued for stop sign/ red light violations

–           2 Warnings issued for smoking in a public park

–           2 Warnings issued for Drive with hand held communication devices

–           1 ticket and 2 Warnings for failing to surrender documents

–           1 ticket for failing to display 2 plates

–           1 summons for drive with no insurance

–           1 summons for driving while under suspension

–           2 tickets and 4 warnings for failing to wear seatbelts

–           4 tickets and 2 warnings for muffler related offences

–           2 tickets for open liquor in a public place

2021 Annual Police Auction

TUESDAY, MAY 18TH – SUNDAY, MAY 23RD, 2021

Articles now in possession of the Brockville Police Service to be sold in an

ONLINE AUCTION

Lyndon Marshall Auction Services – www.lmauctions.ca

Bicycles – various sizes, styles, makes & models plus numerous miscellaneous items.

April 19 – 20, 2021 News Release

Warrants

On the 19th of April, 2021 a 26 year old male surrendered himself into custody on outstanding warrants for missing court. He was arrested and given a new court date. Later in the day a 37 year old female was arrested for shoplifting, she as well had outstanding warrants for missing court. She was given a new court date, and a $65 fine under the Trespass to Property Act.

A 22 year old male was located downtown, a warrant was issued for his arrest in relation to a Fraud at a local Bank. He was arrested and found on him was a pellet pistol as well as a hunting knife. He was charged with the weapons offences as well as the fraud and given a new court date.

April 16 – 18, 2021 News Release

April 16 – 18, 2021 

On the 16th of April, 2021 a 33 year female was located as a result of a traffic stop. She was arrested and charged with possession of a prohibited weapon.  possession of property obtained by crime and breach of release order. She was released with a new court date.

On the 17th of April, 2021 a 51 year old male was located and arrested on an outstanding warrant for failing to appear in court. He was held in custody pending a bail hearing.

On the 18th of April, 2021 a 34 year old female was dealt with twice over 24hr period. First was at 5:30am where she was observed yelling and screaming on King Street, she was located and arrested for a curfew breach and released with a new court date. The second occurrence was in the area of Pearl Street at 1am where she was located causing a disturbance.  She was arrested and held in custody pending a bail hearing. Subsequent search revealed she was in possession of a small quantity of Crystal Meth.

April 15 – 16, 2021 News Release

The Brockville Police Service received 31 calls for service during the 24 hour period.

Mental Health / Addictions

On the 15th of April, 2021 police received a number of calls of a woman acting strange, yelling, screaming presenting as confused and demonstrating signs of drug use in the downtown area.  Police located the woman and she was subsequently transported, by EMS, to BGH for necessary evaluation and treatment.

April 9 – 11, 2021 News Release

Mischief

On April 9th at 9:29 PM officers responded to a family dispute at a residence on Reynolds Drive.  The victim reported that her 30 year old son was out of control and causing damage to her residence.  Officers located the male out front of the residence and placed him under arrest for Mischief.  The male was released from custody with several conditions and a future court date.

 

Fraud

Attentive staff at the RBC Brockville location detected suspicious activity demonstrated by two individuals on the 9th of April 2021.  Both parties attempted to cash stolen cheques in the amounts of $970 and $750.  A 27 year old female has been arrested for fraud and released with a future court date.

 

Motor Vehicle Collision

A 37 year old man caused damage to street signs at the intersection of Stewart and Central Avenue and fled from the scene.  Unfortunately for him, his licence plate was left at the scene.  Police located the man attempting to fix the damage to his vehicle and charged him with Careless Driving and Failing to Remain at the scene.

 

Warrants/Drugs

A 32 year old Brockville resident was located and arrested on three outstanding warrants.  While searching the female, officers located 6.2 grams of crystal methamphetamine.  The accused was held in custody for a bail hearing.  A second female accused, 36 years of age, was arrested on an outstanding probation warrant where 0.5 grams of fentanyl was located.

 

Police Assistance

The Brockville Police Service assisted the Grenville County OPP in the arrest of a 25 year old man.  The man who was wanted by the OPP took off from officers on foot but was located a short distance away and taken into custody after resisting police.  He was turned over to the OPP but will also be charged by the Brockville Police for resist arrest, utter threats, and mischief after spitting in the cruiser and kicking cruiser doors.  The accused was held in custody for a bail hearing.        

 

April 6 – 7, 2021 News Release

Missing Person Located

On April 6th shortly before 5:00 PM a report was made to the Brockville Police about a missing 68 year old female.  She was last seen as she left for her walk around 10:00 AM.  The complainant attempted to locate her on his own, but when he was unsuccessful he contacted the service.  A description and photo were obtained and released on social media.  Her normal route of travel was added to the post in attempts to gather witnesses or further information.  Information was provided to officers that she was last seen in the area of North Augusta and Reynolds Drive.  Officers began to focus their search in that area and located the missing person shortly after 9:00 PM.  She was found off of the roadway on Oxford Ave. and transported to the Brockville General Hospital. 

Thank you to the officers that worked so diligently to locate this missing person and thank you to all those that provided relevant information.