November 6 – 9, 2020 News Release

Riding without bike light leads to arrest

A 46 year old Brockville man will appear in court for a bail hearing later today after being spotted by police at 10:30 Friday without a bicycle light. As officers tried to stop the cyclist in the area of Central Avenue and Ormond Streets, the man continued to ride his bike in an attempt to evade police. He was eventually stopped a short distance later.

The male who was known to the officers had outstanding warrants and he was in breach of his release order. The man was arrested for those warrants after being stopped and a search also found him to be in possession of a quantity of drugs. He is now facing additional charges of breaching his release order and possession of a substance under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

Legion break-in

Early Saturday morning Brockville Police responded to an alarm at the Royal Canadian Legion on Park St and learned entry had been gained to the building. At approximately 2:30 am officers responded to an activated alarm in the building and found the building had been entered and minor damage caused to the interior of the building.

Several items were seized for Identification purposes. The investigation is continuing and anyone who may have information is asked to contact the Brockville Police at 6133-342-0127 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477

Disturbance leads to breach and drug charges

An early morning disturbance in downtown Brockville led to charges of breaching a release order and possession of a substance under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act against a 44 your old Brockville man.

Officers were called to King Street West at approximately 5:30 am Wednesday Morning on reports of the man yelling and screaming and causing a disturbance. When officers arrived they learned he was breaching his release order by being out of his residence after his curfew and he was placed under arrest. A search of the man incident to his arrest found him to be in possession of a small amount of drugs. He was conveyed to the Brockville Police Service and released sometime later with a court date on his new charges.

Theft charges

A 33 year old Brockville woman is facing theft charges after she was spotted by Brockville Police early Monday wearing clothing reported stolen November 3rd.

On the 3rd of November police responded to a theft complaint from a business in the downtown area. A description of the suspect and clothing were obtained by officers during the initial incident. Officers spotted the woman walking in the downtown area at approximatley 2:30 Monday morning wearing the clothing reported stolen. As a result she was placed under arrest for the theft and later released with a furture court date.