Brockville Police officers called to search for a missing Ottawa Valley man ended up arresting him on Friday.
During day patrol, officers were asked by a neighbouring police force to search for a 37-year-old man who was missing from the Ottawa Valley area. The tip included an address.
Officers found the man at the south-end Brockville residence safe and sound. He was also found to have an outstanding arrest warrant dating back to August 2018, said police.
Officers arrested him and released him with a future court date.
City police on Friday evening dealt with a man and woman causing a disturbance in the downtown core.
Officers on the night patrol responded to a disturbance in the downtown core at an apartment above businesses. Police were told a young man and woman were causing problems for the residents and needed to be removed.
Officers arrived to find the pair in the common area of the building.
“These two individuals are dealt with frequently by this service,” police noted in a media release Sunday.
The male suspect was on a term of probation not to be in the company of the female suspect, said police.
Officers arrested a 20-year-old man and charged him with breach of probation, while the 23-year-old woman was sent on her way.
On Saturday, police responded back to the same area for a screaming female suspect causing a scene and found it was the same woman from the previous night.
“She became so irrational that she had to be taken to the hospital for treatment,” police added.
“She was left in the care of the emergency room staff. No charges are pending.”
Brockville Police on Saturday charged a man with drunk driving after responding to a driving complaint.
During the evening, police responded to a witness complaint of “what was described as poor driving by a motorist,” police reported Sunday.
Officers spoke to the driver at a south-end service station and detected signs of impairment by alcohol, police added.
They arrested the man and took him to the police station, where breath samples were obtained.
Police charged a 24-year-old man with impaired driving and driving with more than the legal limit of alcohol in his blood. He was released with a future court date.