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10 October 2009
Assault Police & Uttering Threats
Belleville, Ont. - On October 10, 2009 at 4:32 a.m., Police were asked to assist at Belleville General Hospital with a patient who was causing a disturbance. A female was observed in the emergency area screaming, swearing and struggling with hospital staff.
As the officer approached the female yelled an obscenity at the officer and then struck her on the face with a closed fist. The 16 year old female was arrested and charged with Cause a Disturbance and Assault Police. After further investigation she was further charged with two counts of Uttering Death Threats. These threats were in relation to hospital staff.
The youth was later released on an Officer in Charge Undertaking with a court date set in November. The youth?s name cannot be released due the provisions under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Continued?. Utter Threats to Cause Death & Threats to Damage Property
Belleville, Ont. - Later on this same date when the 16 year old female was being released in the care of her parents she started screaming obscenities at her parent and the releasing officer. When she was asked to calm down she threatened the officer with death as well as threatened to come back and damage police property. She continued acting out and all attempts to communicate with the youth were met with negative results. She was further charged with one count each of Uttering Threats to Cause Death and Uttering Threats to Cause Damage to Property. She was detained in custody awaiting a Bail Hearing.
Belleville, Ont. - On October 10, 2009, a North Front Street business reported sometime over night someone tipped over two large stone garbage containers on their property. The containers are valued at $500. each and both were damaged as a result of this mischief.
Belleville, Ont. - On October 10, 2009, at 2:24p.m., neighbours in the area of Highland Avenue reported hearing the sounds of breaking glass. A police investigation revealed the rear windows of a bus parked on Highland Avenue had been smashed. Two youths were seen running from the area. One youth was wearing a dark ?hoodie? style jacket and the second was wearing an unknown coloured sweatshirt. This incident remains under investigation.