Saturday at 1:00 pm – A local cab company attended the Brockville Police Service as they had a passenger on board that did not have the funds to pay. The subject, who has a history of this behaviour was charged with transportation fraud and breach of probation.
Theft of donation box
On the 26th of January the Brockville Police Service investigated a theft of a donation box at the library. With the security footage provided officers were able to identify the suspect. Officers responding to a north end suspicious persons call on the 9th of February realized that the person they were talking to was the subject from the theft incident. A 26 year old local resident was then arrested for theft. A search incident to arrest led to further charges for possession of a quantity of crack cocaine and break and enter tools.
Friday February 9th, a 29 year old male was arrested for failing to comply with his bail conditions. The male was on conditions to report to the Brockville Police Service which he failed to do.
February 9 – 9:00 pm – Brockville’s Emergency Response team was called in to assist with an arrest on Friday night. While on routine patrol an officer saw a subject in a window of an apartment and recognized the local 33 year old resident . That male was wanted on outstanding charges for flight from police, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, utter a forged document, possession of property obtained by crime and various Highway Traffic Act offences. Several other agencies also had outstanding warrants for the male. Officers attended and spoke with a resident of the apartment who refused to admit that the suspect was inside and refused the officers entry. Patrol officers set up containment on the residence and waited for the warrant to be issued. The emergency response team took over containment and while on scene the suspect surrendered to police. He has been held in custody for a bail hearing.
Breach of probation
Friday February 9 at 10:30 pm – A 21 year old was arrested for failing to comply with his probation as he was discovered at a residence on Bartholomew St. that he was on conditions not to be at.
Saturday February 10 at 1:30 am officers observed a black Honda Civic traveling on George St. The vehicle had been reported stolen out of the Kingston area. The vehicle was stopped on King St. and the driver was arrested without incident. He has been held for a bail hearing.
Sunday February 11, 9:00 am – A local 33 year old male was located in the area of Stewart and Jefferson Ave. The male was arrested for 3 outstanding warrants. He was further charged with possession of crystal methamphetamine. He has been held in custody for a bail hearing.
Sunday February 11, 2:30 pm a 46 year old female was removed from a train arriving in Brockville due to her intoxication level. She was held in custody until sober and released.