November 25 – 28, 2016 Incidents

Intoxicated in Public

A local, 66 year old man, was arrested after bothering customers in a north end parking lot.

Brockville Police attended the restaurant lot on the 25th just before 8:00 pm. The man was intoxicated and tried to start arguments with everyone arriving or leaving the location. He was arrested and charged with public intoxication then issued a fine the following morning when released from custody.


Break and Enter

A rare shoe collection was stolen in a recent break and enter to a south end home. Brockville Police met the homeowner around 3:00 am, on the 26th after he returned to his residence to discover his door kicked in and items missing. 30 pairs of Michael Jordan shoes had been taken along with a 60 inch television, clothes and some tools. Police are hoping someone will come forward with information concerning this crime as the items taken are unique and will hopefully draw attention. The victim had left his residence at 5:30 am the day before creating a large window of opportunity.

Police are continuing their investigation and looking for suspects.


Domestic Dispute Leads to Charges

Turning himself into police, a local, 33 year old man was arrested for two separate incidents over the weekend.

On the 26th at 9:13 pm, Brockville Police attended a residence in the center of town for a reported domestic disturbance. The man had attended his girlfriend’s residence and accused her of having someone else present in the house. He produced a knife and slashed the tires on her vehicle as well as damaging items in the residence. Officers looked for the subject after speaking with the victim, he had fled before their arrival.

Then, on the 27th just after 5:30 am, police received a complaint of a man walking on Stewart Blvd. near the 401 carrying a hammer. Witnesses indicated he was screaming and waving the hammer at passing motorists. One of the complainants took his picture.   Identified as the same male from the domestic dispute, he fled when officers arrived, jumping over fences and could not be located. Realizing police would be looking to speak with him, he attended the station in the afternoon of the 27th and was arrested.

Charges including, weapons dangerous to the public peace, mischief and intimidation were laid. He was held in custody for a bail hearing.


Breach of Release Conditions

A RIDE program resulted in the arrest of an Innisfil man for breaching his court conditions.

Brockville Police, conducting the spot checks on a north end street, stopped a vehicle shortly after midnight on the 27th. A 27 year old man within the vehicle was found to be facing charges in South Simcoe. The charges included mischief, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and failing to comply with release conditions. One of his release conditions indicated he could not consume alcohol. Officers arrested the individual after evidence of alcohol consumption and he was charged with the breach. Later in the morning, the accused was released on a recognizance and a cash deposit.


Unwanted Person

On November 27th at 2:54 am, Brockville Police received a request to attend a south end residence for an unwanted person.

A local, 17 year old youth, was at the residence and involved in an argument with his girlfriend. The young man was facing charges and had been released on conditions which included reporting any change in his address. Officers learned that had not taken place and he was arrested and charged with breaching his undertaking. A small amount of marijuana was also removed from his person but a warning was issued for possessing the substance. Later in the morning, the youth was released with a future court date.


Mental Health

A local, 20 year old man, took off from family members at local hospital after indicating he wanted to harm himself.

Brockville Police received a request to help locate the young man after he threatened suicide. On the 27th, shortly before 9:00 pm, officers located the man at a south end apartment building. The subject was uncooperative and had to be apprehended by police to ensure his attendance for appropriate care.


Police Need Community Help

The Brockville Police are trying to locate a witness or anyone with knowledge in regards to a hit and run accident this morning.

At about 10:18 am, a vehicle was travelling east on Pearl Street in the area of Park Street when it was struck from behind. The striking vehicle took off heading south on Park Street then east on James Street. It should have front end damage and a plate that resembles BZY828. The type was given as a silver coloured Pontiac Grand Am or similar.