A dispute with her mother resulted in the apprehension of a local, 16 year old youth.
Brockville Police attended a south end residence after a call from a family member.The young female had left the residence before police arrival and there was belief she may have taken a kitchen knife with her. Shortly after 8:00 am., on the 1st, officers located her nearby and she was escorted to hospital to obtain appropriate care as she was very upset. No knife was located on her person.
The teen was released back to her mother after a plan was put in place.
A conducted energy weapon (taser), was required to apprehend a local, 48 year old man yesterday.
Brockville Police attended a residence in the central/west portion of the city around 2:30 pm, yesterday at the request of Leeds and Grenville Mental Health. The man was required to be seen by medical staff to assess his mental health. He became resistive to officers on scene, tried to assault them and would not comply with any requests to attend hospital with them. To avoid injury to both the individual and officers, the weapon was deployed and was applied successfully. Now placed in restraints, the subject was escorted to hospital and left in the care of staff there.
After eluding police for a period of time, a local 21 year old was arrested just before midnight yesterday.
Brockville Police received information from a family member that the individual was sleeping in the front porch of a south end residence. The young man failed to attend court late in September this year. He had been charged with assault in August and possession of drugs in October.
An appearance in bail court took place this afternoon and the young man was remanded into custody until early next week.