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29 April 2018Warning - this news article expired on 2018-05-30. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Motor vehicle collisions

Belleville, Ontario – City police responded to four motor vehicle collisions within the preceding 24-hour period.  Two were securely managed at the Belleville Police Service’s Collision Reporting Centre, while a third occurred in a business parking lot at the north end of the city.  There was property damage only and no injuries.

On April 18th 2018 at 10:22 p.m. police responded to a collision in the College Street West and Shamrock Road area.  Nobody was injured, and a tow truck was called in to assist.  Police noted there was property damage to the vehicles only.   An 18-year old male was charged with – left turn fail to afford reasonable opportunity to avoid collision under the Highway Traffic Act of Ontario.

 

911 call/911 hang-up

Belleville, Ontario – Police attended to seven 911 call/911 hang-ups within the last 24-hours.  Locations of all calls were tracked back to various addresses.  Police were able to confirm that all calls were dialed in error / mistake.  Nobody was found to be in any distress.

 

Domestic disturbances

Belleville, Ontario – On April 28th 2018 at 7:52 p.m. police responded to a domestic dispute in the central portion of the city.  Investigation revealed an argument only occurred within the home of a man and woman.  There were no injuries and nothing was damaged.  Police assisted the couple in settling their differences for the night.  All was calm and peaceful upon police departure.

A second dispute occurred at 03:25 a.m. on the 29th of April 2018 at an east end residence.  Police responded and spoke to a couple who were heard having an argument.  The people were separated and spoken with.  They were able to settle their differences for the night and agreed to discuss the matters  later in the day.  Nobody was injured and there was no damage reported within the home.

 

Neighbourhood dispute

Belleville, Ontario – On April 28th 2018 at 4:21 p.m. police responded to the east end portion of the city for a reported dispute between two female adults who reside in the same area.  Another call was then received that approximately four males and two females were physically fighting in the street.  Another female was seen driving away from the altercation in a silver vehicle just prior to police arrival. Although there were no reported injuries or cooperating witnesses, police are continuing the investigation.  Anyone who may have observed this disturbance is asked to contact investigating officer Cst. Ryan Laycoe #181 at (613) 966-0882 ext. 181 or by e-mail at: rlaycoe@police.belleville.on.ca

 

Liquor arrest

Belleville, Ontario – On April 29th 2018 at 2:35 a.m. police were called to the North Front Street and Bell Blvd area for a report of a fight.  The involved people were separated upon police arrival and sent on their way.  One male, a 21-year old Quinte West man wanted to continue his involvement.  He was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place under the authority of the Liquor Licence Act and was taken into police custody for his own protection and the protection of others.  He was released on a Provincial Offence Notice once sober.

 

Other

Belleville, Ontario – Police attended to numerous other calls for assistance including noise complaints, traffic complaints, unwanted persons, alarms, assisting ambulance calls, and calls for suspicious persons.  All occurrences were investigated and solved without arrest or charge.  All alarms turned out to be false, and any unwanted people left their existing areas upon police request without further incident.