News Release – April 6 – 8, 2024

Arrest Made Intimate Partner Violence

On April 6, 2024, at about 10:00pm, police received a call to a residence on Macodrum Dr., regarding a dispute. Investigation revealed that a couple had been arguing for multiple hours that evening. It escalated to the point that the female in the residence locked her husband out of the residence. During the investigation, officers learned that the 30-year-old, male had in fact assaulted his wife the night previous day by shoving her. The victim had minor, non-life-threatening, injuries. The male subject was arrested for assault and held for a bail hearing.


Suspect of Multiple Thefts Arrested

On April 6, 2024, at about 5:30pm, police received reports of thefts that had taken place at the Dollar Tree store and the LCBO, on Parkedale Ave. Police attended the locations and investigation revealed that a 37-year-old, female was identified as being responsible for the thefts. In fact, it was also learned that the female subject was responsible for a previous LCBO theft that occurred on March 28, 2024. Officers located the female in the area where she was placed under arrest. She was charged with all three counts of theft under $5,000.00 and released with a future court date.


Structure Fire

On April 8, 2024, at about 9:30am, police received information, along with the Brockville Fire Department, regarding an active fire at the Casual Living store on William St. Emergency services all attended and a large area was barricaded off for public safety with assistance from the Brockville Public Works Department. The fast response and hard work of the Brockville fire Department, resulted in the fire remaining contained to that building and luckily, no one was injured. However, there was a significant value in damages to the property. The fire was not deemed to be suspicious and the Fire Marshal is not investigating.


Intimate Partner Violence

On April 8, 2024, at about 10:00pm, police received a 911 call regarding a disturbance at a residence on Park St. Investigation revealed that a 31-year-old, male and his girlfriend were in a dispute that escalated to him shoving her into a mirror causing it to break then also biting her thumb. Police placed the male under arrest for assault. The female suffered non-life-threating injuries. He was charged with assault and held in custody for a bail hearing.


Warrant Executed

On April 8, 2024, at about 11:00pm, police received a call to a residence on Laurier Blvd., regarding a 20-year-old, male who was in possession of a knife and making threats of self-harm. Police attended and officers located the male on the property, hiding. It was determined he was not in possession of a knife, however, did have a warrant for his arrest stemming from an assault investigation from March 20, 2024. The male was placed under arrest and held in custody for a bail hearing. While in custody, the male attempted to clog the cell toilet, smash light fixtures and threatened self-harm again. He was monitored closely throughout the remainder of the night, until the bail hearing.


Impaired Operation

On April 8, 2024, at about 8:30am, police receive a call in the area of Kyle Court, of a male slumped over inside his vehicle with his head resting on the car horn. Officers arrived and located a 33-year-old, male in the drivers seat as described. He was believed to be passed out due to drug use. He was taken to the Brockville General Hospital for medical attention, which he recovered from. Officers did locate a quantity of fentanyl and cocaine inside the vehicle. His vehicle was impounded, drivers licence was already suspended and charged with operation while impaired by drugs, possession cocaine and fentanyl, fail to comply with probation and operation of a motor vehicle while prohibited. He was released by police with a future court date.