A local 20 year old man ran into a south end apartment building after seeing police.
In early August he was charged with assault and released on conditions at court. One of the conditions involved a curfew to be inside his residence after 8:00 pm. Shortly before 11:00 pm on November 17th, Brockville Police officers observed the subject on a south end street who then fled into a nearby building. Efforts to locate him turned out unsuccessful.
A warrant will now be requested for his arrest and the charge of breaching his recognizance.
An unknown man exposed himself to a young woman on a north end walking path.
The male was walking in the area of the Kensington Plaza when he yelled at the victim, exposed his genitals and touched himself in the same area. The witness called Brockville Police who searched the area but did not locate him.
He was described as being in his 40’s, wearing a blue shirt, blue pants and holding a black jacket.
There was no physical contact between the two individuals.
If anyone has information about this subject or has been subjected to a similar incident, please contact the Brockville Police Service (613-342-0127)
Breaking his girlfriend’s cell phone resulted in a mischief charge for a local 33 year old.
Brockville Police attended their south end residence for a dispute on the 18th around 11:00 p.m. The man had become upset during the disagreement and broke the phone. He was arrested and charged with mischief and later released with a future court date.
Liquor Licence Act
After having a little too much to drink, a local 25 year old man couldn’t stay awake for his ride home.
Brockville Police received a call from the driver of his cab after he could no longer get responses from him. Officers spoke to the driver on the 19th just before 1:00 am., after he stopped in the parking lot of a south end convience store. His passenger was arrested for public intoxication and taken to the station for his own protection. Later in the morning, a fine was issued and the subject sent on his way, now able to care for himself.
Brockville Police attended a south end apartment building, trying to locate a 64 year old woman who left the Elmgrove Unit of the Brockville General Hospital.
On the 19th, shortly after 10:00 am., officers located the woman in her apartment, several blocks away. She had walked away from the hospital the night before but was not allowed to be away from the unit. She was escorted back and appeared in good health when left with staff there.
On the 19th just before 10:00 pm., Brockville Police responded to sounds of pellet gun fire at a center area apartment complex. Witnesses indicated they could hear the distinctive sound of the air gun being fired but there were no complaints of persons or property struck. Officers checked several units in the building and spoke to other residents. The pellet gun nor anyone responsible for firing it could be located.