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22 April 2018Warning - this news article expired on 2018-05-23. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Accident involving Impaired Driver


Belleville – On the 21st of April, Police responded to a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Cannifton Rd. and College St. East. Investigation resulted in 35 year old Belleville resident Allan Dopking being arrested for impaired driving. Further investigation also found Dopking to be at fault in the accident and that he was driving with a suspended license. Dopking was issued provincial offence notices for careless driving and driving while his license was under suspension. He was further released on a promise to appear with charges of impaired driving, driving with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit and obstruct police given the fact that he initially provided police with a false name. He is due in court next month to answer to the charges. There were no injuries as a result of the collision.



Arrest on Warrants


Belleville - Two parties were arrested on outstanding warrants on the 21st of April. At approximately 4:45 P.M. a 29 year old Belleville male was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant for 9 charges including 3 counts of assault, assault with a weapon, possession of a weapon dangerous to the public, mischief, dangerous driving, breach of his undertaking and uttering threats. The charges stemmed from a domestic investigation that was reported last week and encompasses incidents that span over the past year. His name is being withheld to protect the identity of the victim. He is being held in custody to appear before the video remand court on the 22nd of April for a show cause hearing.


Further, at approximately 5:30 P.M. police arrested a 30 year old female on an outstanding warrant alleging that she breached her conditional sentence. She is also being held for video remand for a show cause hearing on the 22nd of April.




Public Intoxication


Belleville – On the 21st of April police were called to deal with a highly intoxicated 49 year old Picton male who was outside the Quinte Mall. After several attempts to co-ordinate his safe transport home were unsuccessful, police were forced to arrest the male for public intoxication for his own protection. He was lodged in cells for the night and released in the morning with a provincial offence notice.