July 21 – 22, 2016 Incidents

Criminal Harassment

On June 3rd at 12:29 pm, Brockville Police took a complaint from a local woman in regards to unwanted contact by her ex-husband. The local 62 year old had been warned in the past to cease text messages and phone calls. Police obtained a warrant for his arrest after attempts to locate him were unsuccessful.

In the afternoon hours of July 21st, the man turned himself in to the Brockville Police Service. He was arrested and charged with criminal harassment and held for a bail hearing.



On July 21st at 11:34 am, Brockville Police attended to the Mental Health Unit at the Brockville General Hospital for a mischief complaint.

A 26 year old male patient had an episode and damaged two doors within the unit. He was also breaching conditions of a conditional sentence order as well as terms of his probation. Officers arrested the man and charged him with the mischief and the breaches. He was held in custody for a bail hearing which resulted in a remand to the Brockville Jail.


Weapons Charges

On July 21st at 12:12 pm, Brockville Police attended the rear area of an apartment building on King Street West for an out of control man.

The local 21 year old was under the influence of an unknown substance and was brandishing a wrench. He used the tool to smash windows, damage walls and doors and threaten his neighbours. He also indicated he would get a gun and shoot everyone.

Officers attended and the male was arrested for mischief, uttering threats, assault with a weapon and breaching his probation. After being placed in a Police cruiser, the accused began kicking the rear door and bent the door itself. An additional charge of mischief was added as a result.

The man was held in custody and will appear in bail court.


Female Wanted on Warrant

On July 21st at 3:03 pm, Brockville Police dealt with a local 17 year old female wanted on a warrant out of the Kingston area.

The young woman attended the Brockville Police station to have her fingerprints taken. Police discovered she was not living at the address given when she was charged with offences. One of her release conditions was to notify Police of any change in her residence. She was processed on the new charge here and turned over to the Kingston Police Service. They held a warrant for her in relation to domestic assault offences.


Drug Seizure

On July 21st at 5:00 pm, the Brockville Police Drug Enforcement Unit and general patrol Officers stopped a vehicle within the city. Information had been received that the male operator was a suspended driver and the vehicle contained marijuana. Police did seize a quantity of marijuana when searching the vehicle.

The 26 year old, Kemptville resident, was charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking, breach of his release conditions for outstanding charges, breach of probation and driving while suspended. A 23 year old female passenger, from the Kingston area, was charged with trafficking along with another passenger, a 17 year old, local male.

All three parties face a future court date after being released from custody. Officers took two large dogs from the vehicle and drove them to a friend’s house due to temperatures and the towing/impoundment of the car.


Intoxicated and Aggressive Male

On July 22nd at 2:10 am, Brockville Police attended a south end intersection to deal with a drunk male.

The local 31 year old was approached by others who felt he needed help. The man turned on them instead and called people on to fight. Officers arrested and charged the subject with public intoxication. He was released when sober and issued a fine.


Impaired Driver Fails to Remain

On July 22nd at 2:55 am, Brockville Police attended the rear of an apartment building at the south end of Perth Street. Information had been received of a man staggering around his vehicle which had sustained fresh damage.

Officers arrested the local 31 year old for impaired driving.

At the Police station, the accused was given a demand for breath samples but refused to comply. Officers then discovered a parked vehicle on George Street which had damage consistent with that of the suspect’s car. The damage to each vehicle was significant.

Charges of impaired driving, refusing to provide a breath sample and failing to stop at an accident have been laid. The man was released with a future court date but not before being issued a 90 day licence suspension and having his vehicle impounded.