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Brockville Police News Reports for April 28th, 2017

Brockville Police News Reports for April 28th, 2017

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

Fraud:

On the 26th of April, 2017 at approximately 8 am, a 43 year old Brockville man attended to the Brockville Police Service to surrender himself as the person responsible for the fraudulent use of a credit card.  The incident was originally reported on the 27th of March, 2017 and the man was identified with the assistance of social media.  The Brockville resident was cooperative and released with future court date.

Warrants:

On the 26th of April, 2017 police observed a 57 year old Brockville man while on general patrol.  The man had an outstanding warrant for his arrest for failing to appear for fingerprints.  The man was arrested, fingerprinted for outstanding matters and subsequently released on a Promise to Appear with a future court date.

Warrants:

On the 26th of April, 2017 a 49 year old Brockville man was located and arrested on the authority of an outstanding warrant for his arrest.  The warrant had been issued in relation to a domestic incident reported on the 13th of April.  The man was held for a bail hearing to appear on this date.

Threats:

On the 26th of April, 2017 a 28 year old Brockville man was located and arrested after allegedly making threatening comments concerning a member of the judicial system.  The man was cooperative with police and was held in custody to appear for a bail hearing on this date.

Mental Health Apprehension:

On the 26th of April, 2017 a 61 year old Brockville woman was examined by her psychiatrist.  The Doctor consequently issued a form one assessment and police consequently assisted in the woman’s apprehension and transport to the Brockville General Hospital.  The woman was admitted for a necessary assessment surrounding mental health.

Impaired / Refuse Roadside:

A 63 year old Brockville woman drove to the Brockville Police Service to report mischief to her vehicle.  Police detected a strong odour of alcohol on her breath and demanded that she provide a sample of her breath to determine the concentration of alcohol in her blood.  The woman refused to provide a sample of her breath and she was consequently charged with failing to provide a sample.  The woman was released with a future court date.  As a result of the refusal the woman’s car was impounded for 7 days and her licence immediately suspended for a period of 90 days as part of the Administrative Driver’s licence suspension program.

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