September 17 – 18, 2017 Incidents

Repeated Text Messages leads to arrest for Breach of Conditions

A 34 year old Brockville man is in custody this morning as a result of an investigation which began over the weekend of him repeatedly calling, text messaging and emailing his former girlfriend.

Sunday afternoon around 12:30 pm the complainant attended to the Brockville Police Service to reports that over the past 15 months since his initial arrest in May 2016 for assault during a domestic disturbance the man has been contacting via text message, email and over the phone. As a result of the May 2016 arrest, the man was released before a Justice of the Peace on a Recognizance of Bail with a condition not communicate directly or indirectly by any physical, electronic or other means with the woman.

As a result of this, when he attended to the front desk of the Brockville Police Service for his regular sign- in condition this morning he was placed under arrest for breaching his recognizance and held in custody pending a bail hearing later today.


Curfew Violation leads to arrest

Members of the Brockville Police Service who were out checking compliance with curfew conditions found a 19 year old Brockville man violating his release conditions.

At 10:30 p.m. last evening officers attended to a King Street West residence to check to see if the man was inside his house as per the conditions of his Recognizance of Bail.

The man was released from custody on Friday afternoon in Brockville Court after charges of Resisting Arrest, Assaulting a Peace officer and breaching of previous release conditions the result of an incident last week. Officers found the man was not home and advised the other patrol officers they were looking for him.

A short time later the man was located in the area of the Brockville General Hospital and placed under arrest for violating the curfew conditions of his Recognizance and conveyed to the Brockville Police Service where he was held overnight and conveyed to court today for a bail hearing.


Big Brothers/Big Sister Baseball Game

Tonight from 6pm-8pm at Goldie Christopher Park (rear of the Brockville Memorial Centre) is the annual Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Leeds and Grenville Baseball-Law Enforcement baseball game.

The annual game is a September tradition started by Big Brothers and Big Sisters and a group of local Law Enforcement Officers including former Leeds OPP Constable Gary Brewin whose family still participates in the annual event. All are welcome to come enjoy the laughs and support the Big Brother and Big Sisters of Leeds and Grenville.