February 27 – March 2, 2023 News Release

Fraud Investigation

The Brockville Police Service has received multiple complaints regarding a local Windows/Doors and Renovations Company. Parties have made substantial down payments for proposed work that is either partially completed or not completed at all. If you have provided a down payment to a local Windows/Doors and Renovations Company and the agreed upon work was not completed, please contact Detective Constable Lucas McArthur at 613-342-0127, EXT 4218.

The Brockville Police Service would like to remind the residence of Brockville to remain vigilant when hiring companies they have not previously used. Reputable businesses can often provide references and examples of work previously done. Websites such as the Better Business Bureau are also able to offer valuable insight to prospective customers.


Impaired Driving

On March 1, 2023 at about 3:30AM, officers performed a motor vehicle stop in the area of Stewart Blvd. and Central Ave. for speeding. The officers identified the driver to be a 30-year-old male. Investigation revealed that the male had been consuming alcohol and a roadside screening test was administered. The test resulted in a fail on the roadside device. The male was arrested for operation over 80mg. Further tests were performed confirming that the male was driving while over the legal limit. He was charged with operation while impaired, operation over 80mg and speeding. He was released on an undertaking with a future court date.



On February 27, 2023 at about 11:00PM, the Brockville Police Service received information that a female was at an address on King St. W., locked inside with a gun. It was said she feared people were coming for her. Officers quickly responded to the area. The information was coming into police from a family member of the female in distress, who was not at the scene. Officers began searching for the female in question and clearing the building. They were also looking for other possible suspects in the area, there to cause harm. Eventually, the 49-year-old female, was located. Investigation revealed that there was no firearm, nor was the female in distress. Officers did find that she was in possession of two knives and also on a release order with bail conditions. She was arrested and charged with possession of weapon for dangerous purpose and fail to comply with release order as she was not residing with her surety at her court approved address. She was held in custody for a bail hearing.