A quantity of drugs and cash have been seized as a result of an observant traffic stop on Christmas Day. The accused was stopped to check on a condition associated to his driver’s licence. Brockville Police officer, Cst. Dan Hall, stopped the vehicle that date in the south end of the city shortly after 9:00 pm. As a result of conversing with the driver, police felt there may be drugs within the car. The vehicle was seized pending obtaining a search warrant and the male driver along with two female passengers were sent on their way.
On the 28th, police searched the vehicle under the strength of a warrant. Officers seized almost $2500.00 in cash as well as various controlled substances including cocaine. The street value of the drugs is close to $5000.00, police have also seized the vehicle for now and may keep it under proceeds of crime legislation. A local, 43 year old man now faces five counts of trafficking in a drug and breaching outstanding release conditions for charges still before the courts. One of his female passengers, a local 37 year old, faces two counts of possession of a controlled substance. The second female passenger will not face charges.
Reacting to a warning that his computer needed updating, cost a local man $150.00 The problem appeared legitimate and indicated there was an issue with Microsoft. Banking information was then provided and the monies were taken out by the fraudsters. Brockville Police received the complaint on the 28th shortly after 2:00 pm.
Police advise the community to be aware of these and other related frauds to avoid being taken.
A local, 43 year old female, assaulted her grandson’s babysitter after attending a north end residence to visit him. The babysitter was the child’s other grandmother. Brockville Police received the complaint yesterday shortly after 3:00 pm. The accused was not wanted at the residence and a verbal dispute turned physical. The victim required no medical attention and suffered scratches as a result of the altercation. Police are now looking to speak to the agressor to obtain her version of the events.
A north end restaurant suffered mischief to table and chairs from an unruly customer. Brockville Police received the complaint shortly after midnight today. There was evidence left behind and video being reviewed. Police are not revealing any more information as it is directly related to the investigation.