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1 August 2009Warning - this news article expired on 2009-09-01. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable 1 August 2009
Liquor License Act
Belleville, Ontario ? On 01 August 2009 at 1:51 am, Police were called to Front Street in relation to a disturbance. A 28 year old male, from Madoc, Ontario were arrested and taken into custody for Public Intoxication. He were later released with a Provincial Offence Notice.
Calls for Service Overnight
Belleville Police Service responded to 57 calls for service over a 12 hour period. Calls included 911 calls, noise complaints, liquor licence act, driving complaints, animal complaints, thefts, mischief?s, assaults, mental health act, disturb the peace, missing persons, domestics, fight calls, suspicious persons, harassment, break and enter, assist other police services. All calls for service are prioritized according to the seriousness of the incident.
Drivers Licence Suspended
Belleville, Ontario ? On 01 August 2009, at about 11:17pm, an off duty Belleville Police Service narrowly avoided a collision with a 79 year old Belleville male who was driving while under he influence of alcohol. Uniform officers attended the scene, a 3 day driver?s licence suspension was issued and his vehicle was impounded.
Belleville, Ontario ? On 01 August 2009, at 10:50pm, Belleville Police Service officers responded to calls of a male stabbed at an East end building complex. As a result of the investigation it was determined the injured male had not been stabbed. The injured male had been disarmed by a second male when he brought a knife to fight another person. The suspect sustained facial injuries which required medical attention. A 50 year old Belleville male was charged with Weapons Dangerous. He was released with conditions and a court date of 17 Sep 09.
Break and Enters
Belleville, Ontario ? On 01 August 2009, at 4:00am, Belleville Police Service responded to a complaint of glass breaking in the area of a southeast end residence. Investigation revealed 2 businesses had their windows smashed with property being stolen. Investigation is continuing.