Belleville ON - The Belleville Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 59 year-old Judy Lynn DAILEY. Mrs. DAILEY was last seen on the 19th of July at 9:00 a.m. when she left her residence. Mrs. DAILEY left in her 2016 white Hyundai Sonata, 4 doors, bearing Ontario licence plate BXEP 677.
Mrs. DAILEY is described as 5’7” tall, approximately 155 lbs, with light brown shoulder length hair. She was last seen wearing a white a grey stripped shirt, dark leggings, black and white New Balance running shoes and sunglasses.
Transport Truck Crashes into Van and Building
On Saturday, July 20, 2019 at approximately 11:25 am, Belleville Police, Belleville Fire, and Hastings EMS responded to a call of a transport truck crashing into an apartment building on a street in the north west part of Belleville.
As a result, the residents of the apartment building were evacuated and assistance was provided to them through Red Cross and city staff.
Members of the Criminal Investigation Division, Traffic Safety Unit, and Forensic Identification Unit attended the scene and the investigation is continuing.
One female was taken to hospital with minor injuries.
UPDATE - Transport Truck Crashes into Van and Building
Following further investigation, the accused, a 40 year-old male of no fixed address has been charged with the following Criminal Code offences:
Two Counts of Attempted Murder S. 239(1)(b)
Impaired Driving by Drug S. 320.14(1)(a)
Breach of Recognizance S. 811
Two counts of Uttering Threats S. 264.1(1)(a)
The accused name is not being released at this time to protect the identity of the victims. The accused was remanded into custody on the 21st of July with a Bail Hearing set for today at 1:00 p.m. at the Quinte Consolidated Court House.
Some residents of the
STATS Canada 2018
Police-Reported Crime Statistics 2018
Belleville ON - On Monday, July 22nd 2019, Stats Canada released the 2018 Statistics for Police-reported crime as measured by both the crime rate and the Crime Severity Index (CSI) The CSI measures the volume and severity of police-reported crime in Canada.
The greater Belleville area was one of three cities with the largest decreases in the CSI showing a 20% decrease in the Crime Severity Index.
Chief Ron Gignac notes “This is positive news Nationally for the City of Belleville for many reasons on many fronts- Public safety,