April 4 – 6, 2021 News Release

Stolen vehicle

On the 1st of April, 2021at 3:40 PM the complainant contacted the police to report his truck stolen from the Walmart parking lot.

The vehicle is a 2019 Super Duty F-350 King Ranch, black in colour with gold trim and had an Ontario licence plate AZ65982.  It has a small unicorn sticker on the right side of the tailgate.  The vehicle was taken while the complainant was shopping. 

Traffic Enforcement/Beat patrol

Two officers conducted targeted enforcement on Thursday April 1st from 1900-2300.  5 charges under the Highway Traffic Act and one under the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act were laid.  The officers then conducted foot patrols on the Brock Trail.  These traffic/beat initiatives will continue.

Theft of bicycle update

“The Brockville Police Service is looking to identify two suspects of a theft occurrence that occurred March 30th between the hours of 6:30-7:00 PM.  Two unknown suspects were caught on camera riding away with the victim’s Cannondale Trail mountain bike, black.  The theft occurred on Brock Street. “

Both suspects have been identified with the assistance of the public.  One 51 year old male subject was arrested on April 5th at 2:30 PM when he was spotted by police on King St. West.  He was charged and released with a future court date.  The second suspect is still outstanding.


On April 2nd at 9:40 AM officers located a 31 year old male on George Street who had a warrant for his arrest.  The male was arrested by officers and searched.  The search led to charges of being in possession of a controlled substance for the purposes of trafficking.  Officers had discovered a quantity of cocaine and methamphetamine.  He was charged and released with a future court date.


On April 4th 2021 at 6:07 PM officers responded to a theft complaint at the 1000 Islands Mall Shopper’s Drug Mart.  A 28 year old male and a 26 year old female from the Toronto area were arrested and charged with theft.  Both subjects had fled on foot, but were located in the area by officers.  The two had warrants for their arrest from the Ontario Provincial Police who took custody of the subjects after they were processed for the theft charges.