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16 July 2019Warning - this news article expired on 2019-08-16. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable


Belleville, Ontario – On the 15th of July police received a complaint from the owners of property In Point Anne known as the Point Anne Ruins. Owners have reported that based on Instagram and posts it appears trespassing has increased recently to the posted private property. Any trespassers can expect to be charged under the trespass to property act but more importantly police and property owners are warning that there are areas of the property where trespassers could find themselves in harm’s way due to the terrain and potential instability of existing structures. Parents are also being asked to speak to their children should they suspect that they are trespassing on the property.


Dogs continue to be left in vehicles

Belleville, ON- On 15 July 2019 at 9:55am, police received a call to Pinnacle Street with regard to a dog left in a vehicle. Police attended and observed the dog which was not in distress at the time. The owner was located and cautioned with regard to her actions. Pet owners are reminded not to leave their pets in vehicles in the summer weather. Those who leave their pets in hot vehicles could face criminal prosecution should the cause harm to the animal.


Arrested on warrants

Belleville, ON- On 15 July 2019 at 7:40pm, police observed a male, known to them to be wanted, on Elgin Street. Police stopped the male, and after advising him he was wanted, he was arrested. Zach Green, 22, of Belleville was arrested on the outstanding warrant for failing to comply with probation. He was held for a bail hearing.