January 28 – 29, 2018 Incidents

Breaching Release Conditions

A 38 year old Ottawa area man and a 40 year old Ottawa woman are wanted this morning as a result of breaching their release conditions by communicating with one another.

The couple were in Brockville for the purpose of supervised visitation with their children who are currently living in the city with another family member. When they arrived for visitation the couple arrived in the same vehicle. The 40 year old woman was the first to exit the vehicle and visit with her children. When she completed her visit the 38 year old male then exited the vehicle and had visitation. The couple then left together and a witness contacted police to report the breach of conditions.

Attempts are being made to contact the couple and have them attend the Brockville Police Service and turn themselves in on these charges.


Unwanted Person leads to Probation Breach

Early this morning Brockville Police were called to a Brock Street residence to remove a 50 year old man from the residence who had been asked to leave.

 At 12:30 a.m. this morning Brockville Police were called to a Brock Street apartment by a female resident of the apartment. She advised police she did not want the man in her apartment and that he had a probation order barring him from being in the unit. Once police confirmed the order he was arrested for breaching his probation and conveyed to Brockville Police Headquarters where he was later released from custody with several conditions and given a future court date.


Thefts from Vehicles

Thieves continue to target unlocked vehicles on Brockville streets overnight.

Overnight Saturday night into Sunday morning three more vehicles were hit in the James Street and Pine Street areas of the city and in all cases vehicles were not locked. In all cases, change, electronics and keys were taken from the vehicles interior.


Busy Sunday Night

Brockville Police were kept busy on Sunday and into Monday morning with 32 calls for service over the 24 hour period.

Officers responded to four calls of suspicious persons, three calls of a mental health nature, three thefts, two unwanted persons, two bail violations and one break and enter.

One person was arrested for breaching his probation order, two people are wanted for violating their bail conditions and one is wanted for a break in and to assess his health and well-being.