On February 23rd, 2016, Brockville Police charged a Cornwall man with numerous domestic related charges including assault, forcible confinement and choking. The 42 year old was released with a surety by way of bail court.
On August 6th, the male left the area for good and the surety removed himself. This resulted in a warrant being obtained for his arrest.
In early September, Brockville Police received information from the Winnipeg, Manitoba area that the accused was in custody in their jurisdiction. Due to the severity of the charges, Brockville Police sent an Officer along with one of their Special Constables to the area to return the man to our city to deal with the outstanding charges. All parties arrived yesterday into the Ottawa airport. The accused will appear in bail court.
On September 13th at 3:06 pm, The Ottawa Police Service arrested a man in Brockville wanted for firearm offences. The 31 year old was placed in our custody until uniform Officers from their Service could return him to their jurisdiction. Brockville Police are unaware of the particulars of the case since the investigation is by the Ottawa Police Service.
On September 6th, Brockville Police charged a man for violating his recognizance when he communicated with his ex-partner in a south end park. One of his conditions involved no contact with her as well as no consumption of alcohol. The accused was drinking a beer at the time, according to the victim.
On September 13th at 3:08 pm, the local 44 year old turned himself in to Officers at the Provincial court building. He was arrested for the outstanding breaches and held for a bail hearing.
On September 13th at 8:23 pm, Brockville Police attended a domestic dispute at a south end residence.
A local 48 year old man was involved in a verbal dispute with his female partner. The male had been drinking and the situation was not getting any better while Officers were speaking to the parties. Fearing more problems if parties were left alone, the man was arrested to prevent a further breach of the peace. He was released early this morning with no charges.