September 30, 2016 Incidents

Break and Enter

On September 29th at 8:17 am, Brockville Police attended a residential break and enter in the north end of the city.

Overnight, entry was gained to a home while the owners were sleeping. A wallet and purse as well as a camera were removed from the residence. The residents became aware of the crime when someone from the area called them to report finding the wallet near the soccer fields on Laurier Blvd.

The investigation is continuing and Police believe this incident is connected to other recent break and enters.


Theft From Vehicle

On September 29th at 4:48 pm, Brockville Police received a complaint involving a theft of cash from a parked vehicle.

The victim reports returning to her south end residence around 4:15 pm. and only ten minutes later, attended her car in the driveway and noted the theft. No one was observed in the area.  At this time, there are no suspects.


Unwanted Intoxicated Male

On September 29th at 10:42 pm, Brockville Police attended a King Street West eatery in regards to an unwanted person. The local 40 year old was intoxicated and being belligerent with staff. He refused to leave when first asked. Officers located the man outside the front door of the establishment. He was intoxicated and not following direction very well.

For his own safety and the safety of others, he was arrested and charged with public intoxication. When sober, the man was released from custody and issued a fine.


Property Mischiefs

On September 30th at 1:12 am, Brockville Police attended a residence on Tupper Street in regards to a mischief.

The home owner awoke after hearing noises in her front yard. She observed two large flower pots overturned but the responsible individuals had already fled the area.

This morning, Police took reports of mischiefs from several other residents in the north end of the city. A windshield was smashed out of a vehicle in the Kensington area, a pumpkin was thrown at another parked vehicle causing body damage. Approximately eight complaints have been received to this point involving breaking of solar lights, flower pots busted etc.

Two suspects were observed fleeing from one of the homes. A senseless string of crimes that affected many members of the community.

If anyone has information that might help us identify these individuals, please contact us as soon as possible. (613) 342-0127, Ext. ‘0’.


Dumpster Fire

On September 30th at 3:08 am, Brockville Police attended the rear parking lot of a north end apartment complex with the Brockville Fire Department. An active fire was taking place in the dumpster for the building. It is unknown at this point whether the fire was accidental or arson.