Arrest on warrant
Belleville – Shortly after 9:00 P.M. on the 28th of March police arrested a 44 year old Belleville male who was wanted on an outstanding warrant. The male had originally been charged as a result of a police investigation in February of this year with break and enter into his mother’s residence and stealing from her. He was released at a bail hearing at that time with court imposed conditions. On the 19th of March, police were again called to his mother’s residence and investigation again revealed that he had broken in and stole from her a second time. A warrant for his arrest was issued after police could not locate him in a timely fashion. He is being held in custody for another bail hearing later today on a charge of break and enter and two charges of breaching his recognizance from his original charge in relation to not attending his mother’s residence and not residing at the address that he provided for his initial release. His identity is being withheld to protect the identity of the victim.
Public intoxication arrests
Belleville – Police had two overnight guests for separate public intoxication arrests. Shortly before 4:00 P.M. on the 28th of March an officer on patrol happened upon an extremely intoxicated 51 year old male in the downtown core who was arrested and taken to police cells for his own protection. Also, at 8:30 P.M on the 28th of March police were called for a second time to a Sidney St. residence for an unwanted person kicking at the residence door. A 23 year old male was arrested for public intoxication that had been sent on his way after the first call but failed to heed police warning and returned. Both males were later released with public intoxication fines when they sobered up.