Unwanted Person leads to arrest
A mother upset with her son’s friends at her apartment called police yesterday during the lunch hour to have them removed. When police arrived they learned one of the persons in the apartment had an outstanding warrant with the OPP.
Police were called to a Cartier Court apartment building at 12:35 yesterday afternoon as a group of friends had gathered in one of the units. When the mother arrived she requested everyone leave the residence and when they refused she called police.
A 35 year old man from Brockville with an outstanding warrant was arrested on the strength of the warrant and arrangements made with the OPP to turn him over.
A 36 year old Brockville man was arrested yesterday afternoon when his surety contacted police saying she could no longer ensure the man was obeying his court release conditions.
At 1:45 p.m. yesterday officers attended to a King Street West apartment complex where the complainant advised the man was no longer obeying the rules of the residence in accordance with his conditions of release. He had been yelling and screaming at her throughout the previous night. Yesterday the argument continued outside where he ran through traffic causing numerous calls to the communications centre. Eventually the man made his way to the Dollar Bizarre on King Street where he concealed items in his clothes before leaving the store.
Officers located the man on King Street and arrested him for breaching his recognizance and theft. The man had just been released from court on Monday for charges of theft, possession of stolen property and breaching his recognizance.
He is to appear in court today for a bail hearing.
Investigators are looking to speak with a 40 year old Perth Street man as a result of a domestic disturbance from early last evening.
Officers attended to a Perth Street residence near the railway tracks at 7 p.m. last evening when the victim contacted police saying she and her boyfriend had just been in an altercation and he just left the residence in a vehicle. Investigators attended to the residence and spoke with the woman who suffered minor injuries and learned she and her boyfriend had been arguing when things got physical before he fled.
The 40 year old man has yet to be located and investigators are still wishing to speak with him.
Anyone who was in the area and may have seen or heard the argument is asked to contact the investigating officer Constable Keith Grace at 613-342-0127 ext. 6091 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to numerous tips from members of the public, the identity of a suspect in a car theft from October 3rd-4th has been identified.
Yesterday, Brockville Police issued a media release with some surveillance photos of a male suspect who had been using the bank cards of one of the victims who had his jacket and identification stolen from his vehicle. After the release of the photos members of the public contacted the police to identify the man.
The investigation is still ongoing with Constable Serge Landry as the investigating officer.