Brockville – Brockville Police Reports for October 4th, 2017.
Garbage left at Second Time Around Store
Yesterday morning the Brockville Police received a call from owners of the Second Time Around store at the intersection of Parkedale and Millwood Avenue that overnight unknown persons had dropped off garbage at the store. This was the second consecutive day this had occurred and it is believed it was the same person responsible on both nights.
Brockville Police would like to remind area residents that the unlawful dumping of garbage on either private or public property is subject to a fine of $200 plus victim surcharge under City of Brockville By-Law 093-2012 Section 10.1. As well, on private property, it could also result in a fine under the Trespass to Property Act of Ontario for engaging in a prohibited activity.
Disturbance at Hastings Drive
Just after 6 pm last evening officers were called to a Hastings Avenue apartment building about a young woman causing a disturbance inside the common area of the building. The 29 year old woman was very upset telling people they need to get out of the building and alarming residents and visitors at the complex.
When officers arrived they learned the woman actually lived in the building and had left the area. She was located near the apartment building and upon speaking with her; officers were concerned for the well-being of the woman. She was conveyed to the Brockville General Hospital for examination and assessment.
Fill a Cruiser for the Food Bank
Friday afternoon from 4-5pm members of the Brockville Police Service will be on hand at the Real Canadian Superstore to stuff one of their police cars full of groceries for the Food Bank.
Staff from the Brockville Police Service will be on hand to assist persons who wish to donate groceries by packing the donations into a Brockville Police cruiser and in support of area food banks.
Please come out and support area food drive Friday afternoon and help those local families in need.