Surety withdraws leading to arrest
A 24 year old Brockville man was arrested yesterday morning after his surety attended to the court and withdrew his name.
On Monday, the surety for the man attended to Brockville Court and fulfilled his surety obligations by reporting the young man was not abiding by his conditions and asked that his name be removed as surety. As a result of this, a warrant was issued by the court for his arrest. Yesterday morning, the man was spotted in a business on King Street at 9:30 a.m. and placed under arrest for the warrant and held for bail.
The young man was originally before the courts on several domestic related charges stemming from a July 29th incident this year. He was released from custody in relation to those charges on a recognizance of bail with a surety.
Arrest in Neighbour Dispute
A 28 year old Brockville man was arrested yesterday afternoon in relation to an August 6th neighbour dispute.
On August 6th the victim was in his back yard doing some work on a vehicle in his driveway. The man was bothered by the noise that was being and told the victim the noise was bothering him. The victim told him it would be a couple of minutes and he would be finished. A short time later, the man emerged again from his residence and threw a can of beer at the neighbour. After the neighbour threw the can back, the 28 year old again emerged from his residence swinging a hatchet and threatening the victim.
Police were contacted and investigated and after being unsuccessful in locating the man requested a warrant for his arrest. Yesterday afternoon at approximately 2:30 p.m. officers spotted the accused walking on Ormond Street and executed the warrant.
Canadian Police Memorial Run/Ride Traffic Disruptions Friday and Saturday
This Friday and Saturday the Canadian Police Memorial Ride to Remember and National Peace Officers Memorial Run will both be travelling through Brockville on Friday and Saturday. Area residents are being asked to drive carefully and give runners and cyclist’s extra room when passing.
Cyclists will be arriving in Brockville between 4:15-5:00 pm via Highway 2 west and proceed east on King Street to the Court House Green. Some of the cyclists will remain at the Court House while others will travel north on Stewart Blvd to Canadian Tire for a 5:00 pm ceremony and presentation.
Runners will arrive at Highway 2 West and the Lyn Rd at approximately 5pm. They will depart the Lyn Rd at approximately 5:15 pm travelling east on King Street and running to Court House Green. Those wishing to join the runners are welcome.
At approximately 5:45 pm at Court House a ceremony involving all the cyclists and runners honouring those Peace Officers who have fallen in the line of duty will take place. All members of the public are invited to participate in the ceremony.
Saturday morning cyclists and runners will depart Brockville at 8:00 a.m. from Court House travelling east on King Street and Highway 2 East. Runners will arrive in Prescott just before 10 a.m. and follow Highway 2 to Cardinal before turning north on the Shanly Road.