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08 June 2018

Motor vehicle collisions

Belleville, Ontario – Police attended to two motor vehicle collisions within the preceding 24-hour period.  One collision occurred on June 7th, 2018 at 12:42 p.m. at Cannifton Road North and Maitland Drive.  Minor damage only was reported.  Earlier at 6:59 a.m. a car collided with a deer in the north end of the city.  The animal ran off while the vehicle sustained moderate damage with airbags being deployed and sustaining a flat tire.  The driver was not injured.

 

Arrest on warrants

Belleville, Ontario – On the early morning of June 8th, 2018 at 12:43 a.m. a keen police officer on patrol observed a female walking over the North Front Street bridge carrying 2 bags.  The female looked familiar to the officer, who began to investigate.  After briefly conversing and observing a tattoo confirming her identification, police arrested the female on outstanding warrants.  A 29-year old Belleville woman was taken into custody on the following charges: 4 counts of theft under five thousand dollars, assault, disguise with intent, 2 counts of possession of property obtained by crime, failing to appear for the Identification of Criminals Act, and breach of an undertaking.  The woman has been held in custody pending a bail hearing.

 

Traffic enforcement

Belleville, Ontario – On June 7th,  2018 at 6:09 p.m. a motorist was stopped in the Harriett Street area.  An investigation displayed that the driver, a 33-year old Northbrook man, was a prohibited driver.  His vehicle was towed and the man was issued a summons to appear in provincial traffic court in July to answer the charge.

 

Other police assistance

Belleville, Ontario – Police attended to numerous other calls for assistance including alarms, traffic complaints, unwanted persons, landlord and tenant problems, suspicious persons, and six 9-1-1 hang-ups.  All matters were solved peacefully.  All 9-1-1’s were solved as accidental / pocket dial.