June 13 – 15, 2022 News Release

Mental Health Apprehension

On June 13, 2022 at about 7:00AM, the Brockville Police Service received a request for emergency response to a residence in the Bridlewood Dr. area. Information was that there was a 33-year-old male at a residence who struggles with his mental health. Paramedics arrived at the residence to assist him and they were confronted by the male with a knife. The male was not threatening the Paramedics, however, these situations are very unpredictable. Police arrived on scene and engaged with the male. After some great communication by police and paramedics with the male, he decided to put down the knife and surrender himself. He was then taken to the hospital for evaluation. This incident fortunately ended positively and no one was injured. Far too often we see that is not always the case. This is a display of the great work by everyone involved to achieve the safest outcome possible.


Domestic Related Bail Violation

On June 14, 2022 an officer from the Brockville Police Service engaged into an investigation regarding someone failing to abide by their undertaking conditions. The officer had observed a 42-year-old male, with a female, who he knew was on conditions to abstain communicating with at Walmart the previous day. The officer confirmed the conditions were still in place at the time and then contacted the male. The male was cooperative and turned himself in to be arrested. He was released shortly after with a new court date for the offence of fail to comply with undertaking.


Bail Violation

On June 14 at about 6:30PM, the Brockville Police Service received a complaint at a residence on Water St. The complainant called reporting that they could hear yelling from a neighbouring residence and a female asking for police. Officers arrived and located an intoxicated 38-year-old male at the home. He was on undertaking conditions to abstain from attending the residence which he was located. It was also learned that he threatened the female. He was arrested for fail to comply with undertaking and uttering threats. He was held in custody for a bail hearing.


Fire Investigation

On June 15, 2022 at about 7:00AM, the Brockville Police Service received a call for assistance at a residence on Aspen Dr. The Brockville Fire Department was in attendance regarding a fire in the residence. The fire was controlled quickly, limiting property damage and no one was injured. It was determined that the cause of the fire is suspicious and still under investigation by the Ontario Fire Marshal and police. The solo resident of the home has been removed and is receiving treatment regarding other mental health related issues.  



On June 13, 2022 at about 9:00PM, the Brockville Police Service was in a greenbelt area off of William St. to check on the well-being of a person. Officers did locate a 43-year-old male laying in the grass. After speaking with him, it was learned that the male was wanted on a bench warrant for fail to attend court. He was arrested and held in custody for a bail hearing.