June 4 – 5, 2017 Incidents

Arrest in Domestic Disturbance

A 37 year old Brockville area woman has been charged in relation to a domestic occurrence on Saturday afternoon.

Brockville Police responded to a Brock Street residence shortly before 5 pm on Saturday on a complaint of a domestic dispute. On arrival things had calmed and the female accused had left the residence. Officers continued to investigate and learned that during the argument the woman grabbed some art work from the walls and threw it at her husband and striking him in the shoulder area.

It was also learned that at the time of the incident the domestic dispute the woman was released on a recognizance of bail with several conditions including not to communicate with the 38 year old male victim and not to attend the address on Brock St.  

As a result she is now facing charges of Assault with a Weapon, Mischief under $5000, and 3 counts of breaching her Recognizance.


Fire at the Brockville Jail

Yesterday afternoon, Police attended with the Brockville Fire Department to a report of a small fire at the Brockville Jail.

At approximately 2:45 pm yesterday afternoon Police and Fire were called to the jail near the Wall Street entrance. The fire was quickly extinguished but prisoners were moved outside into the yard for a short period of time while firefighters cleared the smoke from within the building. There were no injuries as a result of the fire.

This incident remains under investigation.


Stewart Blvd Road Closure – June 7th

Stewart Boulevard between Parkedale Avenue and Chelsea Court will be closed for approximately one hour Wednesday June 7th between 2 pm – 3 pm as Hydro One replaces a Power Line crossing Stewart Boulevard.

Detours will be in effect during this time.

Police and Hydro officials hope to minimize traffic disruption during this time period and get the road open as soon as possible and ask for the publics assistance and understanding during this time period