Brockville, Ontario


Mostly Cloudy

Humidity: 72%

Wind: SW at 8 mph

Police Blotter November 24-29, 2010

Share This Article

Wednesday, November 24, 2021
On the 23rd of November 2010, City Police responded to a disturbance at 22 Church Street in Brockville. As a result three males were arrested for various offences. Ian Ballantyne 28 yrs of Brockville was charged with 5 counts of breaching an officer in charge undertaking and held for bail. A 26 year-old and 40 year-old male were also arrested for bail violations and released on conditions. No injuries were reported in the disturbance.

Friday, November 26, 2021
Police attended to assist the Brockville Fire Department at the scene of a small fire on Water Street. No injuries were reported and the fire was extinguished very quickly by responding fire officials.

Friday, November 26, 2021
Police surrounded a King Street location in order to arrest Robert Aaron STUBER (27). STUBER was wanted on numerous charges which stemmed from an incident in May 2010. The charges include choking, multiple assaults and breaching release conditions. Officers had attended the area earlier in the day and STUBER fled. The Brockville Police appreciate the patience of the downtown merchants while the arrest was made.

Friday, November 26, 2021
Members of the Brockville Police VIPP team and the Safe Community Coalition have been going to door to door in order to curb the trend of theft from vehicles. Members of the community are being reminded to lock their vehicles and ensure there are no valuables in the car. Provincially this type of crime is on the increase and in order to prevent it we are asking people to lock their cars. When you park your car lock the doors!

Monday, November 29, 2021
A male suspect was chased form a parked motor vehicle on the 28th of November 2010 at 4 am. A neighbour had observed the male going through the vehicle and when yelled at the male fled. Police responded to the area, however, the suspect was not located.

Monday, November 29, 2021
Several cars were ransacked during the weekend in the area of Brock Street, Pearl Street West, Manor Drive, Sussex Place, Chaffey Street and the area surrounding Toniata School.

Monday, November 29, 2021
On the 27th of November 2010 0330 hrs the Brockville Police responded to Bayview Drive and arrested a 23 year old male from Brockville. The male had property in his possession from numerous thefts in the area. He is charged with several counts of theft, trespass by night, mischief and breach of undertaking. The investigation continues.

Add comment

Which party will you vote for?


Brockville Farmer’s Market opens this weekend

The Brockville Farmers’ Market will open its 179th Season this Saturday, April 23rd at 9:00 a.m.   To mark the Grand O... Read more


Clark says BHG surgical department at risk

The residents of Leeds and Grenville may find themselves having to travel as far as Kingston or Belleville in order to r... Read more


The Brockville and Area Sports Dome Association Completes Phase 1 of Strategic Planning

On Saturday, April 2nd the Board of Directors and Advisors for the Brockville and Area Sports Dome Association undertook... Read more


Fox sightings on the rise

A series of reported fox sightings in the Park and Ormond Street area, kept Brockville City Police even busier than usua... Read more



OSPCA telethon surpasses goal

Pet-owner Karen Wand’s first ever donation to the OSPCA telethon was in memory of her neighbor’s pet, the former polic... Read more


Empty Bowls attracts record crowd

Potter Judith Blanchard, left foreground, shows some of the more than 300 handcrafted bowls to Patricia Kerth, second ... Read more


Mayor’s walk raises $19,070

Early on Saturday morning the Thousand Islands Mall was filled with local volunteers and supporters, giving the mall a... Read more


“Sea of pink” a show of support against bullying at TISS

What began as a cheeky, rose-hued campaign to take on bullies in a Nova Scotia high school four years ago has since go... Read more


Submit your news stories and announcements  -