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8 May 2012Warning - this news article expired on 2012-06-08. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Break and Enter

Belleville, Ontario ? On May 6th, 2012, at 6:00 a.m., a passerby reported a broken window at a business on College St. East. The responding officer noted that the cash register drawer was missing. Closer examination revealed a trail of coins leading away from the business. The officer followed this trail which led to an apartment building. Two youths were observed to be in possession of items that had been taken from the business. Both were arrested and all of the money from the cash register was recovered. Two youths, ages 14 and 16, have been charged with Break, Enter and Theft. They will appear in Youth Court in June.

Belleville, Ontario - On May 7th, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. police attended at a on Dundas St. West in response to . Investigation revealed that unknown person(s) forced entry and stole and jewellery. This occurred between 5:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. This investigation is ongoing.

Domestic Assault

Belleville, Ontario ? On May 5th, 2012, Police attended at a west hill residence in relation to an assault. A man reported that his wife had kicked him in the face. The man did not require medical attention for his facial injuries. As a result of an investigation, a 24 year old Belleville woman has been charged with Assault. She will appear in Court on May 28th, 2012

Motor Vehicle Collisions

Belleville, Ontario ? On May 6th, 2012, Police responded to six motor vehicle accidents. Four were minor accidents, while injuries were sustained in the other two.

At 4:30 p.m., a pedestrian advised that she was struck by the passenger side mirror of a red SUV as she was walking on Elmwood Drive. The SUV, which did not stop at the scene of the accident, is believed to be a red Ford Escape. The pedestrian suffered minor injuries. Any information on the driver or vehicle can be forwarded to Cst. Mark Abrams at the Belleville Police Service, or Crimestoppers.

At 7:00 p.m., Police responded to a three car accident on Sidney Street north of Bridge Street. The driver and passenger of the middle vehicle were both transported to Quinte Health Care with head and back injuries. The roadway was closed for 1.5 hours as two of the vehicles had to be towed. Police are continuing the investigation and witnesses can contact Cst. Matt Lafrance of the Belleville Police Service. Both injured persons were eventually released from the hospital.