March 20, 2017 Incidents

Breach of Recognizance

A 22 year old Brockville man is facing charges of Breach his Recognizance after his surety called police yesterday morning about his behaviour.

At 8:05 Monday morning officers attended to a Wellington Street residence on a report that the male was upset, yelling and screaming and in emotional distress. He had locked himself in his room and was refusing to come out. When officers arrived the male initially refused to speak with officers but later allowed them to open the door. While officers were speaking with him they noticed an object in his hand, which he dropped at the request of police before coming out of his room and surrendering to the officers without further incident.

The young man was currently residing in the community on a Recognizance of bail at the time of the occurrence and as a result was arrested for breaching his Recognizance and held for bail.


Youth Apprehended

A 16 year old Brockville youth was apprehended and conveyed to the Brockville General Hospital after being located on the 401 highway early last evening.

Brockville Police received a call from the youth’s parents at approximately 6:00 pm when the youth had not returned home after saying he was going out for a walk. They had been very concerned because of recent behaviour of the youth for his well-being.

A short time later police began to receive several 9-1-1 calls of a youth in the east bound 401 lanes. A passerby was able to get the youth into their vehicle for safety until officers from Leeds County OPP arrived to take custody. The youth was then turned over to Brockville officers who conveyed him to the Brockville General Hospital for examination.