October 22 – 25, 2021 News Release

Warrant/Foot Pursuit

October 22, 2021 at 2:30 PM, an officer on routine patrol observed a 20-year-old male on King Street West.  The officer had knowledge of the existence of a warrant for the arrest of the male for breaching a bail condition.  The male attempted to make an escape on foot, but was caught by the officer.  Along with his warrant, he is now charged with resisting arrest and will appear in court today for a bail hearing. 



October 22, 2021 just before 10:00 PM, officers were called to the Brockville General Hospital for a patient that was damaging one of the rooms. The male had arrived at the hospital in an intoxicated state then proceeded to kick the walls in a room.  The male has now been charged with mischief under $5000 and will appear in court at a date in the future.



October 23, 2021 at 1:20 AM, a vehicle was stopped for being operated without lights on Cedar Street at Brock Street.  The 29-year-old driver was arrested at the scene for impaired operation and transported to the station for breath tests with a qualified technician.  The accused failed the test and has been charged with impaired operation of a conveyance and operate with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol.  He was released from custody with a court date in the future.



On October 23, 2021 at 1020 AM, a 31-year-old Brockville resident confronted occupants of a vehicle on Bartholomew Street.  The vehicle was occupied with several people including children.  The occupants reported that the male approached asking about drugs.  They accused was known to the complainants.  They told him to get away from the vehicle a small altercation took place.  The male then produced a knife calling the occupants on to fight.  The group dispersed and police were then contacted.

On October 24, 2021 around 9:00 AM, the same 31-year-old Brockville resident was involved in an altercation where he had pulled a knife and attempted to stab another male in the area of the St. Francis Xavier Church. It was also known by police that there were grounds to arrest this male from the incident on the 23rd.   The male was located on King Street West at John Street.  He attempted to run from officers, but he was arrested after a short foot pursuit.  Officers recovered the knife along with a straight razor, cocaine, methamphetamine and cash.  He has been held in custody for a bail hearing today.  He is charged with assault with a weapon, two counts of possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose, possession for purpose of trafficking, proceeds of crime, resist arrest, two counts of possessing stolen property and eight counts of breach probation.



October 23, 2021 just after 3:00 PM, Brockville Police were called to assist Brockville Fire with a working fire at Waste Management 1380 California Ave.  The fire is not considered suspicious and was quickly controlled by the fire department.  California Avenue was closed to traffic while fire crews dealt with the blaze.



October 23, 2021 at 8:30 PM, officers were called to a north end apartment for a threats and mischief complaint.  The complainant indicated that a 21-year-old male had attended his residence.  When the accused was refused entry, he sent a text message threatening to stab the complainant. The accused then went to the parking lot and slashed a tire from the vehicle belonging to the complainant.  He then left the area on his bicycle. 

The accused then attend Blockhouse Island.  Officers were called after the accused had disagreement with a motorist and threw his bicycle at the vehicle.  He was located by officers and arrested for threats, mischief and two counts of breaching his probation.  He was held in custody and will appear in court today for a bail hearing.


Stolen vehicle recovered

October 24, 2021 at 10:55 AM, officers recovered a 2010 Ford F150 at the rear of 206 King Street West.  The vehicle was stolen sometime this weekend at a local dealership.  Officers learned of the theft while they were in the area dealing with other issues.  The investigation into the theft is considered active.