The Brockville Police Service continues to receive many calls regarding people’s vehicles being entered throughout the nights. This morning we received three reports from victim’s in the South West area of the city, where minor thefts from vehicles occurred. There were also multiple other reports previous in the week. In each scenario the vehicle was left unlocked. Police Services frequently advise the public to ensure they simply lock their vehicle doors. This simple act will reduce this crime significantly. Lock it or lose it.
Wanted Person Arrested in a Disturbance
On November 28, 2022 at about 11:30PM, an officer from the Brockville Police Service was on patrol in the area of William St. Tim Hortons when he heard yelling in the area. Investigation revealed that the shouting was coming from a group in the nearby area. Officers located two individuals in the area who were yelling at one another from a distance. One of the participants was a 38-year-old female, who had a warrant out for her arrest for failing to comply with probation. She was held in custody for a bail hearing.
On November 29, 2022 at about 9:00AM, a 50-year-old male turned himself into the Brockville Police Service due to an outstanding arrest warrant. The warrant was regarding two counts of failing to comply with release order conditions. The conditions alleged to have been breached were in relation to him communicating with an individual he was to abstain communication with. He was taken into custody and held for a bail hearing.
On November 30, 2022 at about 11:30PM, the Brockville Police Service was investigating a noise complaint at an apartment building in the area of Laurier Blvd. While there officers located a 27-year-old male, who was wanted for the offence of failing to comply with release order. The male had not shown up to his bail supervisor meetings. He was held in custody for a bail hearing.