February 16 – 18, 2022 News Release

Domestic Dispute:

On February 16, 2022 at about 8:30AM, the Brockville Police Service received a complaint from a female saying her 29-year-old, ex-boyfriend, had broken into her residence on Perth St. Officers arrived on scene and spoke to both. Investigation revealed that the female had come downstairs after waking up that morning to find her ex-boyfriend sitting in her dinning area. At that point, an argument ensued and she began to yell. The male reacted by covering her mouth and attempting to choke her. She did manage to get away from him and was able to call police. Her injuries are non-life-threatening. The male was arrested and charged for the offences of assault, forcible entry, overcome resistance by attempting to choke and two counts of fail to comply with probation. He was held in custody for a bail hearing.

Domestic Dispute:

On February 16, 2022 at about Noon, the Brockville Police Service attended a residence on Central Ave. in response to a domestic dispute. Officers arrived and spoke to both people involved. Investigation revealed that a 20-year-old female had assaulted her boyfriend by striking him in the face. The injuries are non-life-threatening. The female was arrested  and charged with assault. Due to her expressing a desire to go back to the residence, she was held for a bail hearing due to safety concerns of both involved.

Warrants and Drugs:

On February 17, 2022 at about 4:15AM, officers from the Brockville Police Service were on patrol and observed a 40-year-old male, known to have a warrant for his arrest, operating a vehicle on King ST. W. The warrant was a bench warrant for fail to attend court in relation to an OPP investigation. He was arrested on the warrant and when searched, officers located about 0.2g of crystal meth. He was then turned over to the OPP in regards to the bench warrant. He was also charged by Brockville Police with possession of crystal meth.

Warrants and Personation:

On February 18, 2022 at about 4:00AM, officers from the Brockville Police Service initiated a traffic stop on a red, Ford Mustang, in the area of Pearl St. W. This vehicle had recently been involved in other offences. Officers identified the three people in the vehicle. Investigation revealed that the 36-year-old male in the rear of the vehicle, had given a false name to police to avoid arrest. This was because the male had a warrant for his arrest in relation to various offences including uttering threats, two counts of mischief under $5,000 and fail to comply with undertaking. He was arrested for the warrant and the new offence of personation. The male then resisted the arrest and had to be physically detained. Luckily, no one was injured. When searched, he was also found to be in possession of a quantity of counterfeit cash. He was held in custody for a bail hearing and charged with the offences of personation with intent to  avoid arrest, three counts of possessing counterfeit money, resist arrest and fail to comply with probation.   


On February 17, 2022 at about 4:00PM, an 18-year-old male attended the Brockville Police Service to turn himself in on two outstanding arrest warrants. The warrants were in relation to a charge of fail to comply with release order (bail condition) and fail to attend court. The male was held in custody for a bail hearing.