The Belleville Police Service responded to 52 calls between June 9th 2019 at 5:00 a.m. and June 10th 2019 at 5:00 a.m.

Traffic enforcement

Belleville, ONT – On June 9th 2019 at 8:30 p.m. police stopped a motorist travelling at a high rate of speed in the area of Old Highway 2 East.  An investigation resulted in the 18-year old male motorist being given a 3-day driver’s licence suspension for being a novice driver with a blood-alcohol content above zero.  The man was also charged with the offence of speeding along with having cannabis and alcohol readily available within the motor vehicle. 

Downtown stabbing

Belleville, ONT – On June 9th 2019 at 10:37 p.m. police were notified of a stabbing at an establishment in the downtown core on Front Street.  EMS attended and transported a male victim to the Belleville Hospital with serious injuries. The male was later transferred to Kingston General Hospital for further care and treatment.  The Forensic Identification Unit was called to assist in this matter along with detectives from the Major Crimes Unit.  A male suspect was described for police, but had left the area prior to their arrival.  The suspect is described as being a white male, 20-30 years of age, with a thin build.  He was wearing bright coloured shorts, and a bright shirt, a ball cap, and carrying a back-pack.  The man was last observed walking in a westerly direction towards the Moira River. This investigation is continuing.  Police are asking anyone who may have witnessed this, or who may have any information about it to please contact investigating officers:  Det.-Sgt. Ian Jarvis #70 at (613) 966-0882 ext. 2312 or by e-mail at: ijarvis@police.belleville.on.ca or Det.-Sgt. Pat Kellar #128 at (613) 966-0882 ext. 2328 or by e-mail at: pkellar@police.belleville.on.ca or by calling Crime Stoppers at (613) 969-8477.

 

Downtown drunk

Belleville, ONT – On June 9th 2019 at 11:12 p.m. police arrested a city man who was intoxicated from the consumption of alcohol.  Police were already conducting a separate criminal investigation when the 34-year old man staggered his way into police business.  Requests were made for him to vacate the area.  He refused police requests, and clearly was too intoxicated to care for himself.  This man was arrested under authority of the Liquor Licence Act for being intoxicated in a public place and transported to police headquarters where he was placed to a holding cell to await a sober release.  For his actions, he has been issued a Provincial Offence Notice. 

 

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