December 25 – 29, 2015 Incidents

Public Intoxication

On December 25th at 5:08 pm., Brockville Police responded to the King Street East area as a citizen was concerned about an intoxicated male trying to navigate the sidewalk.

Police spoke to a local, 46 year old, who was known to them. The male was arrested for his own safety and taken into custody.  He was released with a fine when sober.


Unlawfully at Large

On December 25th at 9:44 pm., Brockville Police were contacted by the Brockville Jail in regards to a male subject who failed to show for his weekend sentence.

The local, 50 year old, is now wanted for being unlawfully at large and a warrant is being sought for his arrest.



On December 26th at 8:06 pm., Brockville Police attended an assault complaint in the south end of the city.

A dispute started between a local, 41 year old female and another 42 year old female.  The two woman were involved in a child custody swap involving the holidays and the tardiness of one of the parties.  The younger woman struck her ex-husband’s female partner through an open car window and pulled her hair as well. The victim sustained minor injuries not requiring medical attention.  The local, 42 year old, was arrested and charged with assault.  She was released later on conditions and given a future court date.


Family Dispute

On December 27th at 8:41 pm., Brockville Police attended a family dispute at a south end residence.

A local, 47 year old female, was arguing with different family members and they were concerned the dispute could become physical.  Police arrested the female to prevent a further breach of the peace. She was released later when it appeared cooler heads would prevail.  Alcohol was a factor in the disagreement.


Traffic Stop

On December 28th at 10:23 p.m., Brockville Police stopped a motor vehicle for a traffic infraction on a north end street.

The driver, a local, 27 year old male, did not possess a drivers licence. He had also consumed alcohol but passed a roadside sobriety test.  The male was under release conditions for outstanding charges. One of the conditions involved no consumption of any alcohol and to be of good behavior.  He was arrested and charged with breaching his release documents and held in custody for bail court.


Traffic Stop

On December 28th at 11:18 pm., Brockville Police attempted to stop a motor vehicle operating without headlights on a north end street.

The vehicle would not pull over and eventually travelled into the center of town where the occupants bailed out and fled on foot.  Officers took chase and located two males shortly afterwards. They were released after being spoken to.  A local, 21 year old female was located and it was discovered she was wanted on a warrant out of the Kingston area. Kingston Police attended and took custody of her.  The driver was the only subject not located at the time. Police did recognize him however. The local, 21 year old, has a warrant for his arrest out of Gananoque.  As a result of this incident, he faces charges of failing to stop for Police and breaching his probation order.  A warrant will be sought for his arrest.


Theft from Vehicles

On December 29th at 4:27 am., Brockville Police attended a south end street to look for two males who were going through vehicles.

With the aid of the weather, Police tracked the two males to a south end apartment complex.  Both local males, 25 years of age, were charged with theft from the vehicles and one of the males was charged with breaching conditions of his probation order.  They now face a future court date and must abide by certain conditions.

Police are still trying to locate the owner of a recovered IPhone. If your vehicle was entered in the south/west portion of the city overnight, please contact us.