November 22 – 25, 2022 News Release

Impaired Driving

On November 22, 2022 at about 2:00PM, the Brockville Police Service received a complaint of a fail to remain motor vehicle collision that took place in the area of Oak St. There were multiple witnesses to the incident and also debris left at the scene. Investigation revealed the registered owner of the vehicle through which the driver was identified. Shortly after, officers located the driver and learned that he was a 47-year-old, local male. It was determined that he was intoxicated, on bail and previously prohibited from driving. He was arrested and later the male also refused to provide breath samples. After further investigation the suspect vehicle was impounded and he was charged with impaired operation, refusal to comply with breath demand, failure to stop after accident and fail to comply with release order. He was held in custody for a bail hearing.   


Bail Violation

On November 24, 2022 at about 10:15AM, members of the Brockville Police Service attended to a residence on Perth St., in an attempt to serve court documents to the resident. While there, a male answered the door who was identified to be a 36-year-old male. The male was believed to be on bail conditions to abstain communication with the resident of the home and not attend that location. Investigation confirmed this information and the male was arrested. He was held for a bail hearing for the offence of fail to comply with release order.



On November 24, 2022 at about 5:30PM, an officer from the Brockville Police Service located a 38-year-old, wanted male, in the area of Kensington Pkwy. The warrant was in relation to a fail to comply with probation charge. The male was placed under arrest and released on paperwork with a future court date.



On November 25, 2022 at about 4:00AM, the Brockville Police Service and the Brockville Fire Department, attended a location on Perth St. regarding a possible fire. It was discovered that the fire was due to a mattress that had ignited. Residents in the building had slowed the spread of the fire with an extinguisher. The Brockville Fire Department confirmed that the fire was out. The exact cause is unknown at this time and further investigation into safety is being conducted at the building. Luckily, no one was injured during this incident nor was anyone displaced.