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23 May 2018Warning - this news article expired on 2018-06-23. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable


Belleville, Ontario – On May 22nd 2018 at 1:05 p.m. police attended to a residence in the central-west part of the city for a report from a man advising he required police.  An investigation resulted in the victim being a 54-year old landlord who was in the process of attending the residence for inspection.  The man was met at the door by a female who struck him about the face.  Charlene Davidson, 37 of Belleville was arrested at the scene and taken into custody.  She has since been released on a promise-to-appear in provincial court next month on a count of assault. 


Motor vehicle collisions

Belleville, Ontario – Police attended to a total of five motor vehicle collisions throughout the day on May 22nd 2018.  Many were reported for property damage only and were re-assigned to the Collision Reporting Centre for damage assessment and insurance reporting. 

At 3:23 p.m. on this date police responded to the west portion of the city for a report of two vehicles involved in a collision.  One vehicle ran into the rear of another.  A female in the receiving vehicle was treated by EMS.  Injuries were not reported.  Although police did not specify the offence, a 57-year old man was charged under the Highway Traffic Act of Ontario.


Slashing tires

Belleville, Ontario – On May 22nd 2018 at 10:13 p.m. police responded to the area of Old Cannifton Road and Station Street for a report of a man slashing tires.  A witness provided details of the man and that he was screaming while possibly being in possession of an instrument which he was using to damage vehicles.  The man was located, arrested and taken into custody.  The 41-year old Belleville man is being held for a bail hearing on four charges of mischief – under five thousand dollars and one count of breaching probation.  Nobody was hurt during this incident and an edged instrument was seized.  Alcohol was a factor in this matter.  Police are asking anybody with any information, or who may have had a vehicle damaged to please contact investigating officer Cst. Barry Lannin #146 at: (613) 966-0882 ext. 4146, or by e-mail at: 


Other assistance

Belleville, Ontario – Police responded to numerous other noise complaints, traffic complaints, neighbor disputes, suspicious persons and vehicles, and alarms. All were solved without any arrests or charges.  Other minor domestic disputes were also resolved peacefully during the initial communication process.