Stolen Vehicle

On the 1st of January 2014 at 2:55 am officers received a report of a stolen vehicle from Fitzsimmons Dr. At the time the vehicle was running while items were being loaded into it. Unknown suspects fled in the vehicle and it was reported stolen. On the 2nd of January 2014 at 5:40 am officers received a report of a vehicle in the snowbank on Steacy Gardens in Brockville. Officers attended and located the vehicle stolen from Fitzsimmons Drive. The registered owner was contacted to attend and the vehicle was found to have some minor damage. Anyone with information is asked to call the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127.


On the 1st of January 2014 at 4:30 pm officers attended to a Liston Avenue address in response to a female requiring assistance. The female had fallen and injured herself and was unable to get to the door. Entry was gained and the female was treated by EMS. She was transported to BGH.

****Update to Theft of Vehicle***

The accused in the matter Kevin Lunn will be appearing in court this afternoon. Brockville Police are updating the information originally obtained to indicate that the accused had approached the vehicle on July 7th which was occupied by two children and an adult female. The driver had exited the vehicle for a moment and went into the Quickie at Pearl Street and William Street. While the female was in the store the accused attempted to enter the vehicle, however, the adult occupant was able to secure the door in order to prevent him from entering. The accused then left the area. The owner of the vehicle returned and located the male on James Street and notified jail officials to call police. The accused was located blocks away and arrested.

Canada Day Weekend

The Brockville Police Service responded to 158 calls for service over the weekend. Calls ranged from domestic disputes to animals being left in vehicles. Several theft from motor vehicles were reported from around the City and a 19 year old and 13 year old male were arrested for going through numerous vehicles. Please do not leave valuables in your vehicle and ensure you lock your doors. This is a crime of opportunity so don

Darcy Holden – Charges

Darcy Holden – Charges

As reported yesterday, 19 year old Darcy Holden of No fixed address in Brockville was arrested and charged for a series of events over this past weekend. The list of charges is as follows:

Computer Scam

The Brockville Police would like to remind people that callers asking you to allow them to sign in to your computer are scamming you. If you receive a call and the caller advises you that you have a problem with your computer ask yourself the following 1) How does the caller know I have a computer and 2) How do they know there is a problem. The caller is then going to offer to fix your computer and ask you to do several things in order to allow them to remotely access your computer. Once inside your computer they are going to locate as much personal information about you and hopefully steal your identity or access your banking information. Their purpose is to steal your money. The caller is then going to ask you for your credit card so they can charge the 100 dollar fee for their service. If you do not cancel your credit card they will start making purchases on that card until you notice. If this occurs contact your bank immediately and tell them to cancel your card and lock down your bank account. Knowledge is Power, Don

Tall Ships / Wine and Food /Jazz Festival

The Brockville Police Service responded to 121 calls for service during the weekend. Fortunately there were no major issues and traffic/parking issues dominated the weekend. The weekend can be considered a huge success.

Tall Ships Festival

The Brockville Police would like to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable weekend. There are many activities going on including the Tall ships and the Beer and Wine Festival. As a result we are going to observe an influx of people in our community. Some tips to help over the weekend: