Belleville, On; The Belleville Police Service began an investigation into a domestic assault on 19 November 2017 at approx. 0400 hours. Police formed grounds to arrest a 45 year old Belleville male who was arrested when observed by officers attending the Santa Claus parade. The male is charged with domestic assault, criminal harassment and three counts of breach of recognizance. The male who will not be named was held for a show cause hearing on 20 November 2017
Update from 19 November Incident – ORIGINAL RELEASE :
Belleville, Ont: On 19 November 2017 at approx. 0130 hours police were called to a disturbance at a North Front Street business. As a result of the investigation a 25 year old Prince Edward County man was arrested and charged with Domestic Assault and Mischief under $5000. The victim received minor injuries that did not require medical attention. The male was released from custody on a promise to appear in December 2017. The accused name will not be released due to the nature of the charges.
The 25 Year old Prince Edward County male was released from custody on a promise to appear with an officer in charge undertaking the morning of 19 November. Police investigation revealed that he male breached the conditions of the release a short time after being released from custody by making personal contact with the victim. The male was arrested by Prince Edward OPP on grounds from Belleville Police Service. The male will now be held for a show cause hearing on 20 November 2017 being charged with breach of recognizance.
Belleville, On; On 19 November 2017 Members of the OPP contacted the Belleville Police Service to assist with a drug investigation at an establishment on Bell Blvd. Four persons were arrested for possession of a controlled substance. As a result of the joint investigation 3 Belleville men where charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking in Cocaine. 36 year old Robert Dent, 23 year old Andrew Urch and 22 year old Tristen Trulsen were released on a court date in December. A forth adult was released unconditionally