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13 September 2009
Mischief / Breach of Undertaking
Belleville, Ontario - On September 13 2009, at 12:00 p.m., Police released a 24 year old Belleville man on a charge of Mischief charge after he had broken the windshield on his girlfriend?s vehicle. This male had signed an Undertaking which included a number of conditions imposed on him upon his release. One of the conditions was ?not to attend at or near his girlfriend?s residence?.
One hour later, this male reattended his girlfriend?s residence. Police reattended and the male was arrested and taken into custody again for the offence of Breach of an Undertaking and was held for a Bail Hearing on 14 September 2009.
Belleville, Ontario - On September 13 2009, at 6:00 p.m., Police arrested two persons on Bridge Street West after a shoplifting incident at a west end pharmacy was reported to Police. An 18 year old Belleville woman and a 19 year old Belleville man have been charged with Theft under $5000.00. The male faces an additional charge of Breach of Probation. Both will appear in court in November 2009. All of the merchandise was recovered.
Belleville, Ontario - On September 13 2009, at 7:30 p.m., Police responded to the area of North Front Street in regards to a report of an impaired driver. The vehicle was located on Harriett Street and stopped by Police. A 23 year old Wooler man was arrested after failing to provide a sample of breath for the roadside screening device. A further search revealed a plastic bag with 20 grams of marijuana. The accused will appear in court in November 2009 on the Refusal charge as well as Possession of a Controlled Substance.
Belleville, Ontario - On September 14 2009, at 2:30 a.m., Police responded to a report of a disturbance on Tracey Street. A vehicle was observed leaving the area and was stopped by Police at a nearby location. A 23 year old British Columbia man was arrested after failing the roadside screening device. A further check revealed that this man was ?Wanted? by the Toronto Police Service for Domestic Assault. This male has been charged with ?Over 80 Mgs? and will remain in custody to deal with his Ontario matters.
Construction will intensify over the next two days in the area of Bell Boulevard between North Front Street and North Park Street. Lane closures are anticipated during this period. Motorists are urged to use alternate routes to avoid delays.