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08 November 2014Warning - this news article expired on 2014-12-10. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Liquor Licence Act-  Belleville Ontario.


On the 8th November 2014 at 1217 am police attended a business in the west end of Belleville regarding a passed out male. Investigation revealed the male was on a recognizance from the  City of Toronto Police Service. One of the conditions was not to be intoxicated in a public place. The 31 year Toronto male was arrested for breaching his recognizance and held for a bail hearing on Monday the 10th day of November 2014.



Impaired  - Belleville Ontario.


On the 8th November 214 at 1254 am police stopped a motorist for a traffic violation on OHare street in the City of Belleville. Upon speaking to the male driver, an odour of alcohol , was detected. The driver provided a roadside sample and failed. The 37  year old Belleville resident  was arrested and provided samples of his breath. The male was charged with over 80 mg of alcohol . He was later released on  a Promise to Appear with a court date of the 27 November 2014