Brockville – Brockville Police News for January 17th, 2018.
Arrest Warrant executed
A 21-year-old Brockville man was arrested yesterday morning after police learned at a traffic stop he had an outstanding warrant from Kingston.
Just after 10 a.m., the man was stopped on Brock Street by police in his grey 2015 Hyundai for a traffic violation. When officers checked him at his traffic stop they learned he had an outstanding arrest warrant from Kingston Police and they would come to Brockville to pick him up.
As a result , e was taken into custody by Brockville officers and held at the Brockville Police station where he was turned over to Kingston Police later in the day.
The Brockville Police received assistance from members of the Canadian Forces yesterday afternoon when some ammunition was located inside a local residence and had to be destroyed.
Just before the lunch hour Brockville Police were alerted to a possible grenade in an Ormond Street home and evacuated the residence. An explosives disposal unit from CFB Trenton was contacted and attended to retrieve the munitions from the residence. The explosives were believed to be inert, but the military took it to a safe area outside the city and destroyed the device out of caution.