BROCKVILLE – Brockville Police Reports for February 6th, 2018.
Man wanted in domestic assault
Investigators are looking for a 38 year old Brockville man after they were called to a domestic disturbance yesterday morning at a north end apartment complex.
At 8:40 a.m. Brockville Police received a call from the 27 year old female victim who had fled to a neighbouring friend’s apartment during the argument and called police. She disclosed to officers when they arrived she and her boyfriend had been arguing when things turned physical and she was struck by the 38 year old man.
Officers tried several places to locate the man but have been unsuccessful. Attempts are being made to have the man turn himself in at Brockville Police headquarters in relation to the incident.
Man attends BPS looking for assistance
A 44 year old Brockville man attended to the front desk of the Brockville Police Service just before 8:00 p.m. last evening looking for assistance in dealing with his drug addiction and illness.
The man who is known to officers disclosed that he had been using Crystal Meth in the past several days and also from mental illness. He told officers at the front desk that he had very little sleep in the past week and was very emotional while speaking with staff at the front desk.
Officers contacted Leeds and Grenville EMS who transported the man to Brockville General Hospital.
Suspicious Male at the Superstore
Brockville Police were called the Superstore on Parkedale Avenue shortly after 8 p.m. last evening after staff their contacted police regarding a suspicious male at the Courtesy Desk did not know where he was or could provide staff with his name to get him assistance.
When officers arrived, and spoke with the man, it was apparent he was well under the influence of alcohol and unable to care for himself. They learned he was from the Ottawa area and was by himself. He was placed under arrest for being intoxicated in a public place for his own safety and conveyed to the Brockville Police Service where he spent the night until sober.
When the man had sobered up, officers learned the man was a 46 year old man from Ottawa who was visiting the area. He was released from custody with a Provincial Offences Notice.
Pepper Spray used in Apartment
Officers were called to an Orchard Street residence early this morning after a caller reported someone released pepper spray inside the residence during a disturbance.
At 1:15 a.m. officers attended to the residence in regards to a dispute between the landlord of the residence and a tenant. Two males were inside the residence at the time and during the dispute someone deployed pepper spray before fleeing the scene.
The residence was evacuated for a short period while the spray dissipated and a couple of the residents attended to Brockville General Hospital for precautionary reasons.
Constables Lucas McArthur and Katie Kijewski are continuing their investigation.