Assault charge; three-day suspension for motorist; unwanted rail rider

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Assault charge

A 25-year-old city woman has been charged following an incident Sunday morning.

Belleville police report officers were called to the Bridge Street West area Sunday morning and, after a brief investigation, charged the woman in relation to an assault on her boyfriend

The woman was later released on a promise to appear She has a court date later this month.

Bail violation

A 40-year-old city man was arrested early Monday morning in relation to violations of bail orders.

Belleville police report it was just before 1 a.m. when officers attended an east end location for a report of a disturbance in an apartment. Officers observed a man in the residence who was on conditions not be there or communicate with the woman resident as a result of charges from a previous domestic-related event.

The man was arrested and charged with two counts of breaching an undertaking.

Three day suspension

A 48-year-old Stirling resident received a three-day licence suspension and was charged with careless driving following a motor vehicle accident just shortly before midnight Friday.

Belleville police responded to the area of Bethel and Morgan roads in relation to a report of a vehicle driven into a ditch. Upon arrival police began questioning the woman driver and, as a result of the officers’ observations, the roadside alcohol screening device was administered which resulted in a failing result. The woman, who was the lone occupant of the vehicle and who was not injured, was arrested and taken to the Belleville Police Service. There she provided samples of her breath into an Intoxilyzer. As a result of those readings she was issued a three day suspension and released. She was also issued a provincial offence notice for careless driving in relation to the accident.

Police also responded to four other motor vehicle collisions during the 24 hour period between 5 a.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Saturday. One driver was charged as a result of the accident he was involved in. None of the collisions resulted in injury.


Belleville police attended an east end grocery store at 11: 20 a.m. Saturday with regards to a 31-year-old female shoplifter. After police investigated the Belleville resident was released on a provincial offence notice for engaging in a prohibited activity on private property.

Unwanted rail rider

Police were called by Via Rail at 4:30 p.m. Saturday to assist with the removal of a 26-year-old woman passenger.

Via Rail employee’s reported the woman and her dog, which she claimed was a service dog, were being disruptive. Via placed her in a taxi to be transported to Kingston where she was to take another train to Montreal. No charges were leveled against the passenger.

Public intoxication

Belleville police were called to a disturbance in the area of a north-end licensed establishment at 2:30 a.m. Sunday.

During the course of dispersing the involved parties, police arrested a 21-year-old Belleville man for public intoxication. He was held until morning when he was released on a provincial offence notice. No serious injuries were reported as a result of the initial disturbance.

As well, police responded to Loyalist College Friday evening with regards to an intoxicated woman who had been trespassed from the property. Police arrested the 24-year-old Belleville resident due to the level of her intoxication.

Shortly thereafter, at 8:30 p.m., police were called to Belleville General Hospital and arrested a 45-year-old Belleville man for public intoxication as well as causing a disturbance.

Both parties were held in custody overnight before being released on provincial offence notices for public intoxication.