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22 November 2019Warning - this news article expired on 2019-12-22. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

The Belleville Police Responded to 74 calls for service between 5:00am November 21st 2019 and 5:00am November 22nd 2019.

Man determined to be arrested

Belleville ON -  On November 21st, at 12:30pm, a male entered the court house on Bridge Street West and approached officers in the building, handing over two knives. The male stated that he was on a weapons prohibition related to other criminal convictions, and he wanted to be arrested. The male then exited the court house and proceeded to jump on the hood of a police cruiser causing damage. The male, a 25 year old Belleville man, was arrested and was held for a bail hearing on November 22nd. His name is being withheld until his bail hearing.

Ice damages vehicle

Belleville ON - On November 21st police received a report about damage to a vehicle. Police were informed that three males were walking past a vehicle parked in the parking lot of 170 North Front Street. The males reportedly threw ice at the vehicle causing a dent on the hood. The males then fled the area. Any witnesses to the incident are asked to call Belleville Police.

Arrested on warrants during traffic stop

Belleville ON - On November 22nd, at 2:05am, police stopped a vehicle on Cannifton Road suspecting that the driver had been drinking. The driver, a 39 year old Belleville woman, provided a breath sample into a roadside screening device and was issued a 3-day license suspension. While on the stop, police recognized the passenger of the vehicle as 39 year old Sarah Hilts of Belleville who was wanted for failing to attend court. She was arrested and later released with a court date on December 5th 2019.