A local man called Brockville police on himself Saturday afternoon for having too much to drink.
Police say a 47-year-old man called them on Aug. 22 around 4 p.m. “asking that he be arrested due to his level of intoxication.”
Officers found him on King Street and “provided with lodging for the night.”
Disturbing the peace
Police are searching for a 42-year-old woman after allegedly robbing a different woman and fighting with her on Sunday night.
Brockville Police responded to reports of a fight between two women at 9:30 p.m. on Buell Street, where they found one of the women at the scene.
She was the victim in the situation, police said, but she was also wanted by the Ontario Provincial Police for an outstanding warrant.
She alleged the second woman stole from her and did so with violence. The victim had minor injuries as a result of this incident.
The second woman involved had left the area before police got there, but she is “known to police” and “will be charged with robbery when she is located.”
The victim was turned over to the OPP for the outstanding warrant.
Breach of probation
A man was arrested after Brockville police saw him yelling while at a location he was ordered by the courts to avoid.
Police were on Cartier Court on Sunday just before 4 p.m. for an unrelated matter when they saw the 39-year-old. He drew attention to himself by yelling at “unknown people,” police said in a release.
He was bound by a probation order not to be at that location, they added.
He was arrested without incident and will appear in court at later date to answer to the charge.
A man was arrested after being found with purple fentanyl.
On Friday just after 4 p.m., city police responded to a complaint of possible drug use by two people sitting in a vehicle at PartSource on Parkedale Avenue.
They found a 29-year-old man and a 37-year-old woman in a vehicle and conducted a standard field sobriety test on the driver.
While dealing with the driver, the officers located purple fentanyl in possession of the male passenger.
He was charged with being in possession of the controlled substance and released from custody with a future court date.
The woman was not charged with any offence.
House guest overstays welcome
A local man called Brockville police for help after his guest had overstayed his welcome.
Police responded to a King Street West apartment on Friday night after a man told them he needed help removing someone from his home.
The caller did not know the last name of his guest, but when the officers arrived he was identified as a 30-year-old local.
He was arrested and officers located brass knuckles in his possession, as he was on probation and prohibited from possession of any weapons.
He was charged with breach of probation, breach of a prohibition order and possession of a prohibited weapon. He was released to a family member to appear in court at a later date.