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June 17, 2024

Total calls for service – Belleville Police responded to 216 calls for service between 5:00 am on June 14, 2024 to 5:00 am on June 17, 2024.


Utter threats to cause bodily harm and causing a disturbance in public

On the 14th of June at 8:10am, Belleville Police attended a residence in the city’s west end regarding a neighbour dispute.  Upon arrival, officers spoke to the complainant who advised that their neighbour had been yelling and screaming at them for no apparent reason.  Officers then attended the suspect’s address to continue their investigation.  Police learned that the same male had earlier been threatening to cause bodily harm to his female spouse.  As a result, police arrested and charged the 30-year-old Belleville resident for uttering threats and causing a disturbance in public.  He was held for a bail hearing. 



On the 14th of June at 7:34pm, Belleville Police responded to a disturbance on Coleman St.  Upon their arrival, police spoke to the involved parties.  Police learned that the disturbance had spilled over from an altercation on Bridge St where one of the parties involved smashed out two windows belonging to a business near Front St and Bridge St.  As a result of the investigation, police arrested and charged 20-year-old Dillon Broadbent of Petawawa with mischief.  He was released on an Undertaking with a court date in July.


Fail to stop for Police

On the 16th of June at 12:15am, Belleville Police were conducting a RIDE Program on North Front St when they observed a vehicle intentionally avoiding the RIDE Program.  Officers attempted to stop the vehicle however the driver refused to stop.  During the brief pursuit, the suspect vehicle proceeded onto a dead-end street where police were able to safely stop the vehicle.  Police arrested and charged the driver, 30-year-old Indeep Sidau of Mississauga with failing to stop for police and carless driving.  He was released on an Undertaking with a court date in August. 


Domestic Assault

On the 16th of June at 3:38am, The Belleville Police Service received a call from a person in Australia advising that a relative who resides in Belleville had communicated to them that she had been assaulted by her husband.  Belleville Police began an investigation into the identity and address of the victim and attended the residence.  Upon their arrival, police spoke to the involved parties and confirmed the female victim had been physically assaulted.  As a result, police arrested a 42-year-old Belleville resident for assault.  He was held for a bail hearing. 

“If you or someone you know are experiencing domestic violence please contact Three Oaks Foundation's 24/7 Crisis Line at 613-966-3074 or toll free at 1-800-267-0533. If you are in immediate danger contact 911”.


Owner seeking public’s assistance in locating cow

On the 16th of June beginning at 6:02pm, Belleville Police received several calls regarding a cow on the loose in the are of Airport Parkway.  The owner was notified however they were unable to capture the cow.  At 10:35pm, the cow was spotted again on Airport Parkway.  The 8-month-old steer remains on the loose.  If observed, please contact the Belleville Police at 613-966-0882 to assist in having the cow safely returned to the owner. 


Theft of Trailer

On the 16th of June at 8:15am, Belleville Police responded to a report of a stolen trailer from a business in the city’s north end.  When police arrived, they learned that sometime overnight, unknown suspects had broken into numerous trailers at the business.  The suspects also stole a semi-trailer containing over $60,000 in beer.  The licence plate of the trailer is S6097H.   Members of the Belleville Police Service’s Forensic Identification Services attended and processed the scene.  The theft remains under investigation. 

Anyone with information regarding this theft or the whereabouts of the stolen trailer are asked to contact the Belleville Police Service at 613-966-0882 or Quinte Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.