On the 14th of November, 2018, at 14:45 hours, the accused parties a 22 year old male and a 23 year old female were at the Walmart located at 1942 Parkedale Avenue in the City of Brockville.
At approximately 15:45 hours, the accused parties attempted to leave the store with a cart full of groceries. It was at that time they were asked for the receipt of payment, when they produced a receipt from the day earlier, with only three items on it. When confronted with this by store staff, they explained that the other receipt was in the car and that they would attend to the car to get it. Police were notified and they were charged with theft.
After being placed in the rear of the police vehicle, the male accused, lay on his back on the seat and proceeded to kick the top of the rear driver’s side door with both feet, springing the door from the vehicle, causing damage.
On the 7th of December 2018 both accused were to appear in court and failed to do so.
On the 14th of December 2018, both surrendered to police for their outstanding warrants. They were arrested without incident.
On Friday evening a 39 year old female was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place. The female had been at a north end establishment and was located by police on the street, not able to care for herself. She was arrested and held in custody for her own safety.
Break and Enter:
Police were called to an apartment on Kensington Parkway on Saturday December 15, 2018 at 3:49 pm. The complainant had contacted police to report that an unknown female had entered the apartment and taken some items.
Officers later dealt with a 23 year old female in an unrelated matter. The female had identified herself with another person’s identity to avoid arrest as she had a warrant out of Newfoundland. She was arrested for identity fraud. Officers then developed grounds to arrest the female for the break and enter on Kensington Parkway. She was later released from custody with a future court date.
On Sunday at 1:00 am a 50 year old female was located and arrested by police as she had a warrant for her arrest for failing to attend court. A search incident to arrest led to the discovery of a quantity of drugs. She was arrested and released with a future court date.
Christmas Party Troubles:
Officers had to intervene early Sunday morning after one individual attempted to engage his fellow employees in an altercation on King St. The 26 year old male had been out celebrating with his coworkers for a staff Christmas party. After the night of festivities he exited the establishment and challenged his coworkers. Police had to break up the disturbance and the male was arrested. He was later released from police custody.