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Bail Violation, Robbery, Warrants: Brockville Police Reports – January 11, 2022

Brockville – Police reports from the Brockville Police Service from January 6th to 9th, 2022.

Bail Violation

On January 6, 2022, at about 9:00 PM, the Brockville Police Service attended a residence on Kensington Pkwy. regarding a complaint of someone breaching their bail conditions. Officers arrived and the investigation revealed that a 32-year-old male was visiting his ex-girlfriend when he is on bail conditions to abstain from communicating with her. The male was previously charged with offences that caused the conditions to be implemented. Once this information was learned, he was arrested and charged with the offence of failing to comply with the release order and held for a bail hearing.


On January 6, 2022, at about 9:30 PM, the Brockville Police Service attended the Shoppers Drug Mart on Parkedale Ave. in regards to a robbery. Information was that a male suspect attended the store and selected many items partially filling a shopping cart. He proceeded to leave the store making no attempt to pay for the merchandise. The suspect was confronted by an employee about the merchandise which he responded by pushing the employee to the ground. He then ran off with a couple of bags of the stolen items. Shortly after in a nearby area, the suspect was located by police and identified to be a 49-year-old male. He was arrested and taken into custody for the offence of robbery. The employee was not seriously injured and most of the property from the store was recovered. The suspect was held in custody for a bail hearing.


Between the dates of January 6, 2022, and January 9, 2022, various officers from the Brockville Police Service located and arrest four different individuals who all had outstanding arrest warrants. The warrants were for the offences of failing to comply with probation or failing to attend court. With the four arrested, two were released with a new court date and the other two met the criteria to be held for a bail hearing as the warrants were unendorsed.