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15 July 2015Warning - this news article expired on 2015-08-15. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

FRAUD-Belleville ON

On the afternoon of July 11th 2015 a French Bulldog was purchased from a female in the parking lot of a business on Bell Blvd.  The complainant responded to a kijiji add and after conversing through email with the unknown female suspect, the complainant decided to purchase the dog for $2200.  The suspect provided a bill of sale and vet forms but both were found to be false documents.  After not being able to contact the suspect through email anymore, the victim became suspicious of the purchase and took the dog to a local vet – learning that the dog had a rare heart disease and is not expected to live long.  It is believed that the suspect sold the dog after learning that it had the rare defect.  The female suspect is described as being in her 30’s, blonde, approximately 6 feet tall and was driving a dark coloured SUV with tinted windows.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Hatfield of the Belleville Police Service.

Disturbance- Belleville ON

On the 14 day of July 2015 at approximately 10:30 pm police responded to a disturbance near the intersection of  Farley Ave and Forest Hill Crescent . Investigation revealed that two male parties were no longer wanted a social gathering and were asked to leave. The situation got out of hand and a fight broke out. Police arrested a 30 year Bancroft male for public intoxication and a 29 year male also for public intoxication; both males were treated for minor injuries for their efforts.

Domestic-Belleville ON

On the 14th day of July 2014 at 5:00 pm police began an investigation regarding a historical domestic assault, which took place on Turnbull Street. Upon completion of the investigation, police arrested a 62 year Belleville man for two counts of domestic assault. The male was held for a bail hearing on the 15th day of July 2015. There were no injuries to report