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10 July 2018Warning - this news article expired on 2018-08-10. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Domestic charges

Belleville, ONT – On July 9th 2018 at 11:48 a.m. police attended to a residence in the central-west area of the city for a report of a domestic dispute.  An investigation revealed there had been an incident between a man and a woman at a home.  A 30-year old city man was later arrested and taken into custody on charges of assault, mischief under five thousand dollars, and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm.  The man was later released on an officer-in-charge undertaking with strict conditions and a promise-to-appear in provincial court later this month.  The name of the accused is not being released in order to protect the identity of the victim.


Arrest on warrants

Belleville, ONT – On July 9th 2018 at 5:48 p.m. police attended to a residence on the east hill to execute an arrest warrant.  A city man was wanted on two counts of breaching his recognizance from an arrest earlier this year.  The 74-year old was arrested without incident and transported to police headquarters to await a bail hearing. 


Motor vehicle collisions

Belleville, ONT – On July 9th 2018 at 12:55 p.m. police were called to Wallbridge-Loyalist Road near Dundas Street West for a report of a three-car collision.  A tow truck was called to haul away one of the involved vehicles.  One passenger suffered minor injuries to an arm.  An investigation resulted in a 64-year old man receiving an offence notice for careless driving.

At 3:04 p.m. police attended to the intersection of Bridge Street East and Pinnacle Street for a report of a collision involving two motor vehicles.  There were no injuries reported, but police did charge an 83-year old man with failing to stop for a red light.


Break, enter and theft

Belleville, ONT – On July 9th 2018 at 12:10 p.m. police attended to an investigation regarding a residential break and enter.  A home owner re-attended home after being away for a short time to find her east-end house broken into. Personal items and electronics were stolen.  The investigation is continuing and anyone with information is asked to please contact investigating officer Cst. David Johnson #141 at: (613) 966-0882 ext. 4141 or by e-mail at: or Quinte Crimestoppers at: 1-800-222-8477.


Suspended driver

Belleville, ONT – On July 9th 2018 at 7:23 p.m. an officer stopped a motor vehicle in the area of Palmer Road and Leland Drive.  After stopping the driver for speeding in a community safety zone, police learned the man was driving while suspended.  He was cautioned with the offence of speeding and issued a summons to appear in provincial traffic court in August on the charge of driving while suspended.


Corralling cattle

Belleville, ONT – Police officers spent the better part of five hours from July 9th into July 10th  in the area of Highway #2 and Mitchell Road after numerous complaints were received of large cattle roaming the highway nearly causing collisions with approaching motor vehicles. Police were able to steer the livestock back into the fields they were believed to have escaped from, only to learn that a faulty fence on the farm was to blame, and the cattle continued roaming back.  Police continued containment for public safety and for the safety of the animals. Unable to locate a contact person for the animals, police called on the assistance of Belleville Public Works who attended and constructed a makeshift barrier using 20 feet of snow fence and metal posts.  The animals were then safely contained to the field.  Police eventually made contact with the owner of the cattle.  An investigation is continuing. 


Other calls

Belleville, ONT – Police responded to numerous other calls for assistance within the preceding 24-hour period.  These calls consisted of traffic complaints, trouble with youth calls, noise complaints, disturb the peace calls and eleven 911 hang-ups.  All 911 hang-ups were either dialed in error or by accident.  Some were dropped calls.  Police dispatchers were able to clear all of these on return communication.  Nobody was found to be in any distress.