July 15 – 17, 2016 Incidents

Community Service / Mental Health

On July 15th at 7:29 am, Brockville Police attended Burger King on Jefferson Dr. for an unwanted female.

The local 49 year old was of no fixed address and had slept on the lawn of the eatery overnight. Her physical condition was fine and she was directed to Social Services for some of her needs.

At 6:24 pm, Brockville Police attended the Tim Horton’s nearby Burger King as the same female was bothering patrons. She left the area on request.

At 7:01 pm, on the 16th, Police were called to the Wendy’s restaurant as the female was not making any sense in her words and was removing items from the store and placing them on the lawn. Officers escorted her to hospital for appropriate care in regards to her mental health.


Family Dispute

On July 15th at 1:00 pm, Brockville Police attended an apartment complex in the center of town for a family dispute. A local 12 year old male was acting out of control and in need of some intervention. Officers worked in conjunction with the Children’s Aid Society. It was decided the young boy would be placed in foster care in the Ottawa area.


Drug Warrant Executed

On July 15th at 3:06 pm, Members of the Brockville Police Intelligence Office along with the Emergency Response Team, executed a drug search warrant on a south end residence.

A search of the home turned up cocaine, crystal meth, hash resin, a variety of pills and almost $4000.00 cash. Other items seized included, weigh scales, pill press, hundreds of baggies, 5 cell phones and other devices. The street value of the drugs totaled over $1,500.00.

Two males, aged 34 and 43 years of age and one female, 50 years of age, have been arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purposes of trafficking.

Police also seized 17 cartons of unstamped cigarettes with a street value in the area of $600.00 All three parties were released from custody on conditions and given a future court date.


Unlawfully at Large

On July 15th at 10:00 pm, staff at the Brockville Jail reported a local 39 year old male failed to show up for his weekend sentence. His girlfriend called in to report he was in local hospital, Police however, found no proof of the tale. The male turned himself in on July 16th.


Downtown Drunk

On July 16th at 3:39 pm, Brockville Police began taking complaints of a drunken male on King Street. After several sightings by the community, he slipped out of sight when Officers attended.

At 4:18 pm., he was finally tracked down on Buell Street. The local 26 year old was heavily intoxicated and was bleeding from a cut to his head. He was taken to hospital for treatment of his injury and then placed in cells until sober. A fine was issued for public intoxication when released.


Grocery Theft

On July 17th at 2:23 pm, Brockville Police attended the Metro grocery store after a report of a theft of meat.

At 9:39 pm, at Walmart, the same suspect stole more meat products.

Store security apprehended the local 48 year old male at that time. The accused was already on court release conditions for similar offences. He was subsequently arrested for breaching the conditions of his recognizance and the two thefts. He was held in custody and will appear in bail court.


Large Value Theft

On July 17th at 4:01 pm, Brockville Police attended Walmart for a theft totaling almost $10,000.

Two males entered the store and removed various items including hygiene and electronic products. The two responsible males fled when approached by store security. One of the suspects, a 27 year old, was caught by Police at the scene. The second male fled on foot to the east entering the wooded area nearby. Police seized the vehicle involved and noted it was full of duffle bags containing the stolen items. The investigation continues to identify the second male and also check if other stores were victimized before Brockville.

The man in custody is a Quebec resident and the vehicle was registered to another Quebec male. The 27 year old will appear in bail court and is charged with Theft Over $5000.00.