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Brockville Police News Reports for Sept 28th, 2017

Brockville Police News Reports for Sept 28th, 2017

Brockville – Brockville Police News Reports for Sept 28th, 2017.

Door To Door Canvassers in Brockville

Representatives from the charity We Planet Earth campaign “Because I am a Girl with PLAN”/”Doctors Without Borders” have contacted the Brockville Police and City of Brockville to advise they will be going door to door in Brockville between September 26th and October 6th.

Canvassers from this registered charity will be canvassing neighbourhoods to discuss women’s rights issues and in particular the plight of young girls around the world. This charity seeks to advance their rights by providing education, healthcare, food, water and maternal health care.

The canvassers will be wearing identifiable bright pink vests with the charity name and logo on them, as well as badges with their photos and charity registration number. They will NOT be looking to collect any cash or cheques at the door. Those wishing to donate will be directed to the organizations official website or the phone number of the charity itself.

Police Pursuit terminated yesterday

Yesterday morning just before 9am Brockville Police spotted a 32 year old man wanted for several outstanding warrants driving a 1997 light coloured Cadillac in the Kensington Parkway area.

As police turned and began to initiate a traffic stop, the car the man was operating with a female passenger fled northbound. Almost immediately police called off the pursuit as the driver had been identified and the vehicle fled the area.

The young man who currently is wanted for outstanding warrants for charges of  2 counts of Uttering a Forged Document, Possession of Stolen Property; is now facing charges of Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and Flight from Police as a result of yesterday’s incident. He is also facing Highway Traffic Act charges of Driving while under suspension and racing.

The investigation is continuing.

Assist EMS with a Suspected Drug Overdose

Officers with the Brockville Police were called yesterday afternoon to assist Leeds and Grenville EMS with a male patient who had passed out behind the Sheridan Mews tunnel.

At 4:40 p.m. officers arrived in the area of Sheridan Mews and located a 48 year old man who was well known to officers in attendance. Officers suspected he may be suffering from a drug overdose and he was treated at the scene by paramedics from Leeds and Grenville EMS and conveyed to Brockville General Hospital.

Late last evening the same person was spotted walking wearing his hospital gown and driven home by officers for his well-being after confirming he had been discharged.

 

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