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12 Sept. 2019Warning - this news article expired on 2019-10-13. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Belleville Police Service responded to 70 calls for service from the 11th of September 2019 at 5:00 a.m. to the 12th of September at 5:00 a.m.


Sexual assault

Belleville, Ontario - On the 9th of September members of the Criminal Investigations Branch, Forensic Identification Services and Technological Crimes Unit of the Belleville Police Service executed a search warrant at a residence in Cloyne.  As a result of the investigation 72-year-old Joseph Jack THERIAULT of Cloyne was charged with Sexual Assault, Sexual Interference, Invitation to Sexual Touching and Sexual Exploitation.  The investigation is ongoing and anyone with any information is encouraged to contact D/Cst. McCambridge of the Belleville Police Service at 613-966-0882 Ext. 2313


Arrest on warrants

Belleville, Ontario – On the 11th of September at 12:30 pm police arrested a 26 year old Belleville resident on outstanding warrants including charges of Trespassing at night, theft and several breach of recognizance charges. He has been held in custody overnight to be brought before a Justice of the Peace at a bail hearing on the 12th of September.






Public intoxication

Belleville, Ontario – On the 12th of September at approximately 12:30 am police arrested a 27 year old intoxicated male for his own protection who was dressed all in black that they found wandering into traffic on North Front St. claiming that he was walking to Madoc. The Madoc resident was transported to The Belleville Police Service where he was held overnight before being released on a provincial offence notice for public intoxication.


Impaired driver

Belleville, Ontario – On the 12th of September shortly after 1:00 am two officers in the cities east end observed paramedics tending to an unresponsive male in the driver’s seat of a motor vehicle in a drive thru of a restaurant. Officers were able to assist EMS in having the male regain consciousness to find that he was heavily under the influence of alcohol. The 27 year old Shannonville resident was arrested and taken to The Belleville Police Service where he provided samples of his breath to an intoxilyzer technician that registered almost three times the legal limit. Adam Dunkley was later released on a promise to appear on charges of impaired driving and driving with a blood alcohol concentration above the legal limit. He was given an October 3rd court date to answer to the charges.