Theft from Boats

Wednesday Morning, Police took complaints from four boat owners at the Brockville Yacht Club. Theft of items from each boat. Investigation is continuing.

Domestic Disturbance

On July 4th, Brockville Police responded to a domestic type situation in the center of town.

A local male kicked in the rear door of his ex girlfriend’s apartment and confronted her within the residence. The male who had been drinking at the time, assaulted the female and broke her cell phone. He was arrested at the scene. The 28 yr. old male was charged with, Break and Enter, Assault, Mischief and two counts of Breaching his Probation. He was held for bail court.

Thefts from Boats

The Brockville Police Service has been taking complaints over the last few months relating to contents of boats at the Brockville Yacht Club. Items taken are typically small in nature and most include removing any alcohol on board. The public is reminded not to leave alcohol on their vessels as it presents an easy target.

Police believe teens are most likely responsible for the thefts.

If you see activity around our marine areas that seems out of place, please contact the Brockville Police.

Stolen Vehicle

The Brockville Police are investigating the report of a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was parked in the lot at the Winners store on Parkedale Ave. at approx. 4:50 p.m yesterday.

It is described as a 2003 Silver / Blue Mazda Prot

Attempt Fraud

Officers responded to Walmart on Parkedale Ave. in regards to an attempt fraud complaint.

Two males and one female attempting to purchase itune cards with a “declined” credit card. Three parties fled scene but female was apprehended in parking lot. Identity of other two males still under investigation, as well as the fraud against the female.

The female, 20 years of age from the Toronto area, was held in custody pending a bail hearing at 2:00 p.m. July 7th.

Shoplifiting

On July 2nd, police were called to Walmart on Parkedale Ave. for female shoplifter.
Loss prevention officer in store having difficulties with subject.
Police assist with uncooperative 32 yr. old female and she is charged with Theft Under and Resist Arrest. Released with future court date. Approximately $500.00 in merchandise recovered.

Impaired Driving

Police respond to single vehicle collision on Front Avenue in the area of Stewart Blvd. 54 yr. old male on a scooter had lost control of his vehicle and left scene prior to police arrival.
Police located subject after a quick search and he had suffered no injuries.
Arrested for Impaired Driving and breath samples taken soon afterwards reveal over 300 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.
Held until sober and released with future court date.

Trinity Church

The Brockville Police Service continues to investigate the theft of items and damage to the Trinity Anglican Church at 137 George Street. It is believed that much of the damage and removal of pieces of the church occurred over a substantial period of time. Brockville Police are asking any residents who may have witnessed suspicious behavior or occurrences in recent months at the church to contact Detective Constable Graham Coe with information.

Domestic Dispute

On June 18, 2014 police were called to the Kensington Plaza parking lot to investigate a domestic dispute involving a young couple. Police located the couple shortly after at a nearby apartment complex. It was learned that at 8:25 p.m. the couple arrived at the lot already arguing. The disturbance escalated to the point when the female spit at the male, followed by a punch to his face and kicking him. The male victim had a bloody nose as a result. Police have arrested the 24 year old female of North Augusta area. She was charged with assault and released with a later court date.

Motor Vehicle Collision

Police are seeking any witnesses to a collision that occurred June 11th at 16:10 hours at the intersection of Parkedale Ave. and the 1000 Islands Mall (Staples entrance). Two vehicles were involved in collision and there were not any injuries.

Please contact Cst. Boszormeny at (613)342-0127.