Brockville – Police reports from the Brockville Police Service from July 6-7, 2017.
Unwanted Person complaint leads to arrest:
A 34 year old Brockville woman was arrested early yesterday afternoon after she was in the King Street Mac’s Milk for a second time during the day causing a disturbance and complaining about stolen property.
When officers arrived at about 2:15 p.m. yesterday afternoon, they found the woman to be well under the influence of alcohol. She was subsequently placed under arrest for being intoxicated in a public place and brought to the police station for her safety.
She was released later in the evening when sober with a Provincial Offences Notice.
Local Car Dealer finds someone living in their van:
A local Brockville Car dealer found a little more than expected when they went to inspect vehicles on their lot yesterday afternoon.
Officers were called to the local dealership around 2:30 pm yesterday afternoon after staff, inspecting the vehicles in their lot; found someone had been living in one of their vehicles after they discovered clothes, an air mattress and sleeping bag in the back of
one of their cube vans.
From the property left in the van, police were able to identify the owner and make arrangements for the return of his property and other living accommodations.
Theft of Air Compressor:
An air compressor motor and hoses were taken from a vehicle overnight Wednesday on Hartley Street. Brockville Police received a report yesterday afternoon from the victim who reported that his air compressor described as having a red tank, grey motor and black hoses was
taken from his vehicle overnight Wednesday
Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Jeff Wiwchar of the Brockville Police Service at 613-342- 0127 ext. 6072 or submit a tip anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800- 222-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.tipsubmit.com and be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.
Good Samaritan Returns Property:
Brockville Police would like to extend our thanks to a 56 year old Spencerville man who turned in a young Ottawa woman’s wallet at the front desk of the Police Station yesterday morning he found on the roadway in the North Augusta Road area.
After looking through the identification in the wallet, police were able to reach the owner through Facebook and reach her to return to the Brockville Police Service to reunite her with her property. When arrived at the Brockville Police station, she was very pleased that all of her pictures, credit cards, identification, and all of her money including her change were still in her wallet.