Brockville Charges for the week of October 24th to 31st.
Liquor Licence Act
On the 30th of October, 2016 at approximately 07:00 a.m. a local cab company contacted police after the driver had picked up an intoxicated female from a south end residence. The female was unable to provide the driver with an address and they therefore attended to the police service for assistance. As a result of the female’s intoxicated state and for her safety she was lodged in cells and released when sober.
On 30th of October, 2016 a local female resident of Brockville was charged with two counts of theft under 5000 dollars after it was alleged that she had taken an acquaintances bank card and used it to make unauthorized purchases. The accused was issued an appearance notice with a future court date.
Attempt / Suicide:
On the 30th of October, 2016 police were advised that a local, male Brockville resident had ingested an unknown quantity of medication / pills and left a residence located in the central area of the City. The male subject had made suicidal comments and was eventually taken to hospital by family members. The subject was admitted and to be assessed by local mental health professionals to address any outstanding concerns for his wellbeing.
Attempt / Suicide:
On the 30th of October, 2016 a local female resident was apprehended by police under that authority of the mental health act. Police were advised by the original complainant that the female had sent a suicide letter to her mother. Police subsequently contacted her mother and obtained necessary information in order to apprehend and transport the female to the Brockville General Hospital for necessary observation and evaluation.
A 22 year old male was detained after the motor vehicle he was driving was stopped during a R.I.D.E. check . An odour of marijuana was coming from the car. During the drug investigation the same male was discovered to be on probation for previous criminal conviction. He was subsequently charged with breaching that probation and being in possession of a controlled substance. He was released with a future court date.
Police were called to a scene after friends of a 31 year old female who was heavily under the influence of alcohol began to speak about being possessed by demons and was acting irrational. She then resisted arrest when she was taken into custody due to her inability to care for herself. She was released from cells when sober.
Ladies Night Part 1:
A 44 year old female was arrested in the evening after she was involved in a disturbance that broke out in a bar on King St East. The same female was already observed by officers earlier in the evening at a separate event and believed to have had a significant amount of alcohol consumed. She was held until a sober family member could attend to take care of her.
Ladies Night Part 2:
A 44 year old female was arrested to prevent a breach of the peace at a bar on King St west. She was causing problems with others and attempting to instigate a fight with a male who was in an altercation with her son. She had been consuming but was not intoxicated. It was believed that if was left a further altercation would start. She was arrested and held until after the bars closed and she had calmed down.
“I wasn’t driving”:
While on patrol an officer observed a motor vehicle driving with its interior lights on at night. The officer then observed the vehicle make an unsafe lane change and he stopped it for traffic violations. The officer then observed the driver and passenger switch positions in the car to try and throw the investigation off course. The officer played along but as fate would have it, neither one possessed a drivers licence which neither men knew! The odour of marijuana was coming from the car which made things worse for the pair. Both men were arrested for obstruct police, drug possession and one of the two was on a term of probation for a serious crime and received a charge of breaching those conditions. Further charges were also issued under the traffic act such as driving with no licence, no insurance and the car was impounded. One male was released on a recognizance while the male on probation was held for a bail hearing. Bail is scheduled for Monday at Brockville Court.
A lone male attempted to steal approximately $350 worth of groceries from the Metro located on King Street in Brockville on the 28th of October. Once the suspect was confronted by staff he abandoned his cart loaded with his ill gotten gains and fled. Described as being in his late 40’s wearing a yellow ball hat, blue coat and blonde hair.
A 29 year old local man was stopped operating a motor vehicle after police received a complaint that the driver was possibly impaired. Once stopped there was an odour of alcohol coming from the male. A demand for a sample of breath was made by officers into an approved screening device. However, the driver declined to provide a suitable sample. He was arrested for refusing to provide a breath sample as demanded and released with a future court date. The penalty for refusing a breath sample carries the same penalty as an impaired driving conviction. The drivers vehicle was also impounded in accordance with provincial regulations. The vehicle was not his own.
Breach of Conditions
A 27 year old local male was once again arrested for various violations of his current release conditions in Brockville on the 27th of October. His case worker who supervises his activities in the community reported ongoing breaches of his current undertaking and probation order. There has also been a number of recent complaints involving this male approaching people and businesses in an attempt to obtain money or assistance. He was arrested and charged with breaching his undertaking and additionally his probation order and held for bail hearing for the 28th of October.
Theft From Vehicle
A Liston Avenue resident reported that on the 27th of October at approximately 7 a.m. he had observed two teenagers running from the area of his truck. He later discovered that his lunch box was missing which also contained some prescription medicine and a small amount of cash. The Brockville Police Service asks that if anyone who lives in the area of the crime and witnessed anything that may be related to this event to please call at 613 342 0127 as any additional information would be appreciated.
A local 52 year old male that had been arrested on previous domestic violence charges and had been released on conditions was once again arrested after an allegation of breaching those conditions had been made to police. As a result of the new allegation a warrant was issued for his arrest. He attended to the Brockville Police Service to turn himself in on the 27th of October and was held for a bail hearing.
Police attended to a south end residence in response to a domestic disturbance. As a result of their investigation a 30 year old male was arrested and charged with assault, sexual assault, and uttering threats. He is currently being held for a bail hearing.
Breach of Conditions and Drug Offences
A 34 year old female was arrested after she was located in a south end apartment building. She was on conditions not to be at that residence. As a result she was charged with breaching her previous release conditions as well as possession of a controlled substance contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances act. She is being held for a bail hearing.
A 30 year old male subject was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place after police received a complaint last evening in a downtown location. He was later released from custody when he was sober.
A 32 male subject was identified as the suspect paying with $100 (photocopied) bills at 2 local businesses. The same male attempted to use counterfeit money at a 3rd location in town however store clerk refused to accept it and called police. The male subject was arrested and charged. Any other business that have received any suspected counterfeit money are asked to call police
Failure to Attend
A 20 year old male subject was arrested on a warrant for failing to attend for identification prints. He was released with a future court date
While speaking to the driver of a motor vehicle in a downtown location, police observed that he had been consuming alcohol and was on conditions to only operate a vehicle with an ignition Interlock device as a result of previous conviction of impaired driving.
The driver was charged with failing to provide a breath sample and was issued a future court date along with a licence suspension. His vehicle was towed and impounded for 7 days
On the 24th of October at 5:00pm Brockville Police attended a North End Store regarding a shoplifter. A local 56 year old loaded a cart with approximately $750 worth of goods and exited the store making no attempt to pay for the merchandise. Store security arrested the subject and turned over to police. She was released with a future court date and fingerprint date.
On the 24th of October at 5:00pm Brockville Police attended a North End Store regarding a shoplifter. A local 56 year old loaded a cart with approximately $500 worth of goods and exited the store making no attempt to pay for the merchandise. Store security arrested the subject and turned over to police. He was released with a future court date and fingerprint date.
It is unknown whether the 2 suspects knew each other due to the same time of the occurrences.
Houses being egged
Police are still receiving calls of houses being egged in the North End of the City. If you see any suspicious people please contact us.