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25 April 2009Warning - this news article expired on 2009-05-25. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable 25 April 2009

Weapons

At approximately 5:11 pm on April 25th police were called to a Sidney Street address to investigate a family dispute. Upon arrival they found that a 17 year old female at the home had been involved in an argument with her mother and her brother and had pulled a knife on them. No one was seriously injured and the female was arrested and charged with Uttering Death Threats and Possession of a Weapon Dangerous to the Public Peace. She was later released from custody on a Promise to Appear.

Warrants

At approximately 6:50 pm on April 25th police received information that a male person who had outstanding arrest warrants from the Tyendinaga Police Service was in a vehicle travelling in the east end of Belleville. The vehicle was later located at North Front Street and College Street and the male who was a passenger was arrested on the strength of the warrants. The Tyendinaga Police attended at the Belleville Police Service and took custody of the male. A 42 year old Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory resident faces two charges of Driving While Disqualified and was held for a Bail Hearing on April 27th.

Break and Enter

At approximately 9:22 pm on April 25th officers were dispatched to an intrusion alarm at a Church Street business. Upon arrival they found that the building had been entered by breaking the lock on the front door. Several cabinets were rifled through but it appears at this time as though nothing was taken. The Belleville Police Service Forensic Identification Unit attended at the scene to assist the officers who initially responded. There are no suspects at this time and the investigation is continuing.

Break and Enter

At approximately 9:50 pm on April 25th officers responded to an intrusion alarm at a Front Street business. Upon arrival they found that the building had been entered by breaking the lock on the front door. A quantity of merchandise and cash was stolen from inside and the Belleville Police Service Forensic Identification Unit attended to assist the officers who initially responded. There are no suspects at this time and the investigation is continuing.