Brockville – Brockville Police Reports for September 24-25th, 2017.
Assault at BGH
Brockville Police were called to assist staff at the Brockville General Hospital Sunday morning after a patient became unruly after being told he would have to wait to go outside for a cigarette.
On arrival, officers learned the 24 year old male patient had asked staff permission to attend outside for a cigarette. The man was advised he would have to wait to be assessed by the physician first. With this the man became upset and grabbed a female staff member and threatened her. Another patient intervened to stop the altercation and he too was struck by the 24 year old man a number of times.
At the time of these occurrences, officers also confirmed the young man to be on probation for January convictions of mischief, and assault. He is now facing additional charges of breaching his probation and two counts of assault as a result of this incident.
Break and Enter at Cartier Court Apartment
Early last evening Brockville Police responded to a call from a Cartier Court resident that his apartment had been broken into while he was away during the day.
At 6:15 pm officers attended to the Cartier Court residence where they met the victim who told police he had been out for approximately two hours with his daughter and when he returned found the place had been ransacked. While officers were present he could not find anything that had been missing in the apartment, just a mess that had been left behind.
A short time later, the victim called officers back to the apartment when he located a purse inside that did not belong to any of the occupants but rather a 33 year old woman Brockville woman.
As a result, the woman was located with the assistance of Leeds OPP whom also had dealings with her and arrested and charged with Break and Enter and released with several conditions and a future court date.
Mischiefs in Cowan’s Dairy area
Several calls were received from residents in the area of Cowan’s Dairy of property damage to lawn ornaments, decorations and property from overnight.
Officers are still investigating and have canvassed area business and residents for video.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brockville Police Service at 613-342-0127 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.