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16th December 2018Warning - this news article expired on 2019-01-17. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

The Belleville Police Service responded to 34 calls between December 15th 2018 at 5:00 a.m. and December 16th 2018 at 5:00 a.m.

Ditched motor vehicle results in charges

Belleville, Ontario – On December 15th 2018 at 1:04 a.m., police and EMS received a report of a single motor vehicle which had left the road and ended up in the ditch on Airport Parkway.  Damage was moderate and the vehicle had to be towed.  There were three occupants in the vehicle.  Nobody sustained any serious injuries.  After completing an investigation, a 23-year old Deseronto, Ontario man was charged on the evening of December 15th with a G-1 licence violation and careless driving.  Anyone who may have witnessed this event is asked to please contact Investigating Officer Sgt. Brad Stitt #121 of the Traffic Safety Unit at (613) 966-0882 ext. 2121 or by e-mail at:


Belleville, Ontario – On December 15th 2018 at 7:32 p.m., police responded to a report of a rock being thrown through a residential window in the south-west area of the city.  Police completed an investigation and arrested and charged 23-year old Jordan Cassibault with mischief – under $5,000.00.  He was released from custody on an appearance notice to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in January 2019 to answer the charge.

Routine traffic stop results in drug seizure

Belleville, Ontario – On December 16th 2018 at 02:20 a.m. a police officer conducting traffic safety was alerted to a vehicle with licence plate and permit difficulty.  Upon speaking with the driver further, it was noticed that she had a quantity of marijuana readily available within the motor vehicle.  The 21-year old city female was issued an offence notice under the Cannabis Act, and the cannabis was seized. 


Belleville, Ontario – On December 15th 2018 and into December 16th 2018, police conducted a “Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere” program throughout the city.  A total of 400 motor vehicles were checked.  Police did not charge any motorists for any alcohol-related occurrences.