October 10 – 12, 2021 News Release

Threats/incendiary material

October 10, 2021 at 5:10 AM, the Brockville Police Service responded to a complaint that a tenant in a King Street West apartment building was threatening to burn the building down.  The caller stated that there was a strong smell of gasoline.  Brockville Fire and Police responded to the scene and began an evacuation of the residents.  A 42-year-old female was arrested for possession of incendiary material, mischief and uttering threats.  The investigation revealed that the female was upset with a 43-year-old male; that led her to threatening to burn the building down and pour gasoline all through her apartment.  She was held in custody for a bail hearing. 


October 10, 2021 at 8:35 PM, officers were called to the Brock Trail behind “The Mill” on Water Street West.  The complainant reported that he observed four youth damage a park bench plaster a wall with graffiti.  Two 14 year-old males, a 13-year-old male and an 18 year old male were arrested and charged with mischief.  They will appear in court at a later date to answer to the charges.

Bail Violations

October 10, 2021 just before midnight, an employee of the “Quickie” store on William Street contacted police to move a group of people off the property.  One 30-year-old male was so severely intoxicated that he was arrested under the Liquor Licence Act for his own safety.  A second 30-year-old male was wanted by our service for an outstanding warrant.  That male had provided police a false name, but his identity was revealed and he was arrested. The intoxicated male was held in custody until sober and released with a $55 fine.  The second male was held in custody for a bail hearing.  He is charged with breach of a release condition and personation.

Bail Violations

October 9, 2021 at 10:30 AM, officers responded to a residence on Kensington Parkway for a neighbour dispute.  A 47-year-old male was charged with breaching a release order by communicating with his neighbour.  There has been some history between the complainant and the accused that previously led to charges with the non-communication condition. He will appear in court in the future to answer to the charge.

Theft/Assault Police

October 9, 2021 shortly after 6:00 PM, officers were called to Walmart on Parkedale Avenue for a shoplifting complaint.  The accused had left the store with $300 worth of merchandise.  The loss prevention officer arrested and then turned the accused over the police.  The  32-year-old female had a warrant for her arrest for failing to attend court.  When officers took custody of the accused she became assaultive and spat on three officers.  She is now charged with three counts of assaulting police and theft.  She was held in custody for a bail hearing.


October 8, 2021 at 2:38 AM, the Brockville Police Service were contacted regarding a robbery at the Circle K on King Street West.  The store employee reported that a male suspect entered the store stating that a waiting male would kill the accused if the clerk did not turn over money to him.  The clerk complied and the suspect fled in a vehicle.  The accused was identified through the store’s CCTV system by responding officers.  He was arrested shortly after 7:00 AM that same day.  The 36-year-old accused was held in custody for a bail hearing.

Stolen Vehicle Recovered

October 8, 2021 at 7:50 AM, a motor vehicle reported stolen out of the Toronto was recovered at the Canadian Tire lot on Parkedale Avenue.  Staff had contacted police to report the abandoned vehicle.  A tow was contacted.  When the tow operator arrived on scene with police, a 44-year-old female was located in the vehicle that was now running. She was arrested at the scene and held in custody for a bail hearing.


October 7, 2021 just before 4:00 PM, officers responded to a residence on Perth Street for a disturbance.  As a result of the investigation a 30-year-old female has been charged with assault on a 42-year-old female.  The two parties are known to each other and the assault was the result of an argument.  The accused will appear in court at a later date to answer to the charges.