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21 November 2015 - Residential Fire - Grow Operation ArrestWarning - this news article expired on 2015-12-23. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Residential Fire- Grow Operation Arrest- Belleville, Ont


On the 20th of November 2015 at 8:55Am Belleville Police assisted Belleville Fire with a residential fire on Front Street. During the course of extinguishing the fire a small grow operation was located within the residence. Bradley Gilbert Parks, 47yrs, from Belleville is charged with Production of marijuana and possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. He was released on a Promise to Appear in Belleville Provincial Court the 7th of January 2016.


Stunt Driving/Refuse Roadside- Belleville, Ont


On the 20th of November at 10:30Pm an Officer was conducting traffic observations at the intersection of Victoria Avenue and Pinnacle Street. The officer observed a vehicle enter the intersection and the driver intentionally caused the vehicle to slide sideways for a considerable distance. The officer stopped the vehicle and detected an odour of alcoholic beverage coming from the driver. A roadside demand was read to the driver which he refused. Daniel Redner 26yrs from Picton was arrested and is charged with refusing a roadside screening device demand under the Criminal Code, stunt driving and operating a motor vehicle without insurance. His vehicle was impounded for 7 days and his licence suspended for 90 days. He was released on an appearance notice for Belleville Provincial Court on the 7th of January 2016.


Serious Injury Collision- Fail to Remain- Belleville, Ont


On the 20th of November at 11:16Pm Belleville Police investigated a serious personal injury collision at the intersection of John Street and Victoria Avenue. A motorcyclist was struck by a vehicle that failed to remain at the scene. The motorcyclist received serious life altering injuries and was transported Belleville General Hospital then transferred to Kingston General Hospital. The roadway was closed to traffic for approximately 4 hours for collision reconstruction and forensic documentation. Police are looking for a vehicle described as a green, older, Ford passenger car or similar type vehicle. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Belleville Police, Cst. Stitt of the Traffic Management Unit or Quinte Crime Stoppers.