Brockville Police are investigating the theft of a 2022 Black Dodge Ram pick-up from overnight Sunday from apartment parking lots in the Laurier and Kensington area.
Yesterday morning the vehicle owner contacted police advising he had parked his vehicle in the lot late Sunday night and when he went to get in the vehicle Monday morning it was gone. The vehicle is a 2022 Black Dodge Ram Ontario licence BK31581.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brockville Police at 613-342-0127 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477
Three adults are in custody after their outstanding warrants were executed in separate incidents yesterday.
Early yesterday morning Brockville Police received a call of a suspicious vehicle running on the street for over an hour in a residential neighbourhood in the city’s south end. When officers arrived, they found a 24-year-old female who was on a Conditional Sentence Order to be in her place of residence at all times except for a short period of time during the day in the afternoon. As a result, the woman was arrest for Breach of her Conditional Sentence Order and held for bail yesterday afternoon.
A 51-year-old Brockville area man with outstanding warrants for Failing to Appear in court on charges from September for theft and breaching his release order was spotted by Brockville officers late yesterday afternoon walking downtown. He was subsequently arrested and taken into custody without incident and held for a bail hearing and warrants executed.
The Brockville Police executed a third warrant early this morning with the assistance of their friends at the Gananoque Police. A 42-year-old area man was located in Gananoque by the Gananoque Police who learned there was an outstanding warrant from the Brockville Police Service for a domestic disturbance from last summer. Police from Brockville attended Gananoque and conveyed the accused to Brockville where he too, will appear for a bail hearing this morning.