A local male was arrested after causing a disturbance in his family’s residence. On the 5th January, 2017 at approximately 9:45pm, the Brockville Police Service received report of an intoxicated 48 year old male, causing problems in the family home. The residence is located in the South end of our City. Officers attended and determined that to keep the peace in the household the male had to be arrested and held until sober. The male was later released from police custody without charges.
There was a small fire extinguished without damages. Shortly after 11:00pm on the 6th of January, 2017 the Brockville Police Service and Brockville Fire Department, responded to a fire located at a North end apartment building. The fire consisted of 4 mattresses engulfed in flames beside a dumpster. The cause of the fire is unknown and there were no damages as a result.
Arrest Warrants Executed
A Non local male, with ties to Brockville, was arrested on outstanding warrants. On the 7th of January, 2017 at approximately 3:00am, the Brockville Police Service performed a vehicle stop in reference to a Highway Traffic Act offence in the South end of the City. The vehicle had two occupants. One of which was a male, 24 years of age out of Ottawa. This male had arrest warrants issued by both the Brockville Police Service and Ottawa Police Service for various criminal offences. The male was arrested and held. He was later turned over to the Ottawa Police Service after being served documents compelling him to court.
22 year old intoxicated male, arrested for his wellbeing. On the 7th January, 2017 at 4:00am, the Brockville Police Service was called to an address in the North end of the City. The home owners were woken to the doorbell being rang. They found a heavily intoxicated male at the door, covered in snow and ice and not properly dressed for the elements. The male is a 22 year old resident of Mallorytown. He was arrested and later released from custody once sober.