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Brockville Police Reports – July 2, 2018

Brockville Police Reports – July 2, 2018

Brockville – Police reports from the Brockville Police Service from June 28th to July 2nd, 2018.

June 28th:

On the 26 th of February, a 22 year old male was arrested and charged with fraud related offences. He was scheduled to attend our service for fingerprints on June 28 th. As this male attended the service for his scheduled fingerprint he was arrested on a warrant that had been issued for a second fraud related offence. He was held in custody pending a bail hearing.

Disturb the Peace:
On June 28 at 1630 hours, officers were called to Seven Oaks Ave. as there were reports of several persons engaged in an altercation. All parties left the area prior to police arrival. Any witnesses are asked to contact the Brockville Police Service or to phone Crime Stoppers,
call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

June 29th:

Impaired Driving:
On June 29, 2018 at 3:00 am, officers stopped a motor vehicle on King St. The officer had reasonable suspicion to demand a sample of his breath in to a roadside screening device. The male refused and has been charged with failing to provide the sample; his vehicle impounded
for 7 days and has been served a 90 administrative licence suspension.

July 1st:

Assault with a Weapon:
On the 1st of July, 2018 at approximately 8:30 p.m., the Brockville Police Service received a complaint regarding a family dispute. The incident involved a 22 year old, local male, assaulting his 27 year old brother with a baseball bat. The victim was taken to BGH with non-life threatening injuries. The 22 year old accused was arrested and later released from custody with a future court date for the offences of assault with a weapon, possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose and a breach of his probation order.

July 2nd:

Impaired Driving:
On the 2nd of July, 2018, officers from the Brockville Police Service performed a traffic stop in the City as there was concern for the driver’s sobriety. As a result of the stop they found a 52 year old, local male who had an odour of alcohol coming from his breath. A demand to provide a breath sample was issued and the driver refused to provide a sample. The male was charged for refusing to provide a sample along with multiple other Highway Traffic Act offences. His vehicle was impounded for 7 days and driver’s licence suspended for 90 days. It is important to remember that penalties for refusing to provide breath samples regarding alcohol impairment while driving can be equivalent to a charge of Impaired Driving.

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