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23 September 2013Warning - this news article expired on 2013-10-23. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Motor Vehicle Collision

Belleville, Ontario At approximately 4:10Pm; 20 Sept 2013, a multiple vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Victoria Ave and Church Street. Three vehicles were involved with one vehicle rolling over. Two persons were transported to Quinte Health Care for treatment of minor injuries. Belleville Police Service Traffic Management Unit is continuing the investigation. Any witnesses are asked to contact Cst. Rob Travers at 613-966-0882 ext 2233.

*** Update: A 47 year old female driver of the vehicle, east bound on Victoria Ave. has been charged with failing to stop for a red light. Three persons in the collision received minor injuries. All three vehicles were demolished.

Traffic Management Unit Charges

Belleville, Ontario While travelling on the 401 highway to several adjacent communities during follow up investigations an officer with the Belleville Police Service Traffic Management Unit encountered two drivers that attracted his attention.

On 22 September at approximately 09:15a.m., an officer on the east bound 401 observed a white Honda, Civic travelling at 188 km/hr. A 47 year old female from the GTA has been charged with stunt driving, with a court date in October. Her driver's license was suspended for 7 days and the vehicle was impounded for 7 days as per the legislation.

On 22 September at approximately 02:55p.m., the same officer was returning from Kingston and observed a white Toyota, Tacoma on the west bound 401 at Napanee travelling at 133km/hr. Investigation revealed a speed warning device. A 36 year old male was charged and summoned to court in October. The speed warning device was seized.

Vehicle / Cyclist collision

Belleville, Ontario At approximately 03:30p.m., a 16 year old female cyclist was struck by a vehicle on Haig Rd. The cyclist received minor injuries and was transported to Belleville General Hospital for treatment. Witness statements have been obtained and there are no charges.

Landlord / Tenant dispute leads to arrests and charges for Drugs and Firearms Offences

Belleville, Ontario Officers originally attended a landlord / tenant dispute at a residence on Harmony Road. Once at the residence officers observed some interesting vegetation adjacent to a shed on the property. Subsequent investigation led to a 57 year old male and a 50 year old female being charged jointly with Possession of marijuana, and production of marijuana under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Further investigation led to additional joint charges of unsafe storage of a loaded firearm, 9 counts of unsafe storage of a firearm, and 9 counts of unauthorized possession of a firearm under the Criminal Code. Both accused were released on a Promise to Appear with a court date in October.