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03 July 2018Warning - this news article expired on 2018-08-03. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

E-Bike Violation

Belleville –   At approximately 7:00 P.M. on the 2nd of July a member of the Belleville Police Traffic Management Unit stopped a 25 year old male on Hwy 2 east of Belleville operating an E- bike at 66 KPH. The bike had been found to be modified so that it would travel at a rate of speed higher than that of the original factory specifications. Once an E-bike is modified in such a manner it no longer is considered an E-bike and falls under the category of an electric motorcycle. The male was charged with modifying the bike in such a manner and was further charged with suspended driving and operating a motor vehicle with no insurance. The bike was towed and the male will have a court date in August to answer to the charges. Owners of E-bikes are warned to be cognizant of the ramifications of modifying their bikes.

 

Breach of Undertaking

Belleville – As a result of an investigation stemming from a call for service on the 30th of June, a 30 year old Belleville male was arrested on the 2nd of July for breaching his undertaking with regards to residence and curfew violations. He is being held in custody for a show cause hearing on the 3rd of July.

 

Stolen Truck, Trailer and Loader

Belleville – Shortly before 7:00 P.M. on the 2nd of July police attended the Quinte Mall parking lot with regards to a Black 2016 Dodge Ram that was stolen sometime that afternoon. Attached to the truck was a flat bed with a New Haulage skid steer/loader on it. The truck bears license plate marker AM88555 on it and the flatbed R9486M. If anyone has any information with regards to the truck, flatbed or loader they are encouraged to call The Belleville Police Service or Crimestoppers.

 

Arrest on Warrant

Belleville – Shortly after 3:00 A.M. on the 3rd of July Belleville officers met officers from the Napanee detachment of the OPP and took into custody a 29 year old Belleville male who the OPP arrested during a traffic stop in the Town of Napanee on the strength of an arrest warrant that was issued by Belleville Police stemming from an incident in the city on June 6th of this year. The warrant was for breach of probation and the male is being held in custody for a show cause hearing on the 3rd of July.