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June 5, 2024

Total calls for service – Belleville Police responded to 102 calls for service over a 24-hour period beginning at 5:00 am on June 04, 2024 to 5:00 am on June 05, 2024.


Robbery and theft of vehicle

On the 4th of June at 2:00pm, Belleville Police responded to an east end apartment building after witnesses observed a male in the courtyard suffering injuries including a stab wound.  Officers arrived on scene and located the victim who had suffered minor facial injuries and a small puncture wound but refused medical attention.  During the police investigation, it was learned that four individuals some of whom were known to the victim had entered his vehicle and attacked him.  The victim exited his car at which point the suspects stole the vehicle.  At 3:30pm, Belleville Police located the stolen vehicle at a residence on Airport Parkway unoccupied.  Officers contained the house and two of the four robbery suspects exited the residence and surrendered to police.  A 42-year-old male and a 35-year-old female both of no fixed address are charged with Robbery and Theft of a motor vehicle.  The male is additionally charged with two counts of breach of probation.  The female additionally had two outstanding warrants for failing to attend court on charges of forcible entry, trafficking cocaine and possession of property obtained by crime.  Both were held for a bail hearing.  The two remaining suspects were not located.  Anyone with any information regarding the incident are asked contact the Belleville Police Service of Crime Stoppers.


Attempted fraud leads to multiple charges

On the 4th of June at 7:30pm, Belleville Police were called to a North Front Street business regarding two males who were attempting to purchase cell phones with what appeared to be fraudulent identification.  Officers arrived on scene and confirmed that the males were in possession of multiple fake pieces of identification, corresponding financial cards and a large quantity of cash.  The police investigation resulted in the arrest of both males.  Belleville Police charged 23-year-old Prince Adu-Yeboah of Brampton with six counts of possession of an identity document, six counts of identity theft and possession of property obtained by crime.  Daniel Obregeon 18-years-old of Brampton was charged with identity theft, personation with intent and possession of an identity document.  Both males were released on an Undertaking with a court date in July.


Police looking to identify suspect in overnight mischief

On the 5th of June at 1:00am, Belleville Police were called to the downtown core regarding a male who was damaging businesses.  Officers arrived on scene a located a number of businesses that had been damaged.  Downtown video was reviewed and a suspect was observed.  Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect responsible for the damage.  Anyone who can identify the male or has information regarding the incident is asked to contact Constable Clayton at or contact Quinte Crime Stoppers. 

Below are pictures of the suspect: