June 9 – 10, 2016 Incidents

Impaired Driving

On June 9th at 2:23 pm, Brockville Police attended a single vehicle accident on a north end street.

A local, 56 year old female, had struck a sign post while pulling into a private parking lot. While Police spoke to the woman she was exhibiting signs of impairment but not by alcohol.

Officers arrested her for being impaired by a drug and made a demand for a sample of her blood. She was taken to hospital to have her medical condition checked out and blood was obtained at that time.

Police now have to await the results from the Center of Forensic Sciences.


Aerosol Assault

On June 9th at 3:03 pm, Brockville Police began investigating an assault complaint on King Street West.

A local 18 year old man was approached by another male and had a substance sprayed in his face. The victim felt a burning sensation and some other discomforts.   The accused male left the area, last seen heading east bound on George Street. His description was given by a witness as, white male, 5’6″ tall, black jogging suit, black scruffy hair and a thin black moustache.


Bail Violation

On June 10th at 12:50 am, Brockville Police attended a south end residence for an unwanted person.

A local 29 year old female reported her ex-boyfriend, a local 33 year old, was at her residence and a verbal dispute started. The man had left the area prior to Police arriving. Officers then discovered the woman was to have no contact with her ex and was actually breaching release conditions she had been placed on. She was arrested and charged with breaching her undertaking and was released shortly afterwards with a new court date and new charges.


Bail Violations

On June 10th at 2:17 am, Brockville Police, on general patrol, observed a 19 year old male, known to them, on King Street West.

Police attempted to speak to the young man but visual contact was lost when returning to his location. After checking the man on Police computer systems, his disappearance made sense. His presence on the streets at that time was in breach of two different recognizances, one out of Gananoque and another out of the Leeds OPP detachment. Police are in the process of obtaining an arrest warrant for the Gananoque native. He faces charges of breaching his release conditions and a probation order. The Hamilton Police Service also has a warrant for his arrest and they will be contacted about their charges when he is located.