Impaired and other burdens | Quinte News
Total 911 Calls – Belleville Police responded to 236 911 calls over a 96 hour period beginning at 5:00 a.m. on April 20th May 2022 until 5:00 a.m. on 24th May 2022.
On 20th At 12:00 a.m. on March 30, 2022, a Belleville Uniform patrol officer stopped a vehicle at a store in the North. The driver showed signs of intoxication and failed a roadside screening test and was arrested. The driver was found to have more than twice the legal limit of alcohol on his system. As a result of the investigation, 45-year-old Trevor Rusaw of Thurlow was charged with driving a motor vehicle containing over 80mg of alcohol. Rusaw was later released with a June 23approx court date.
on the 22ndnd On May 15, 2022, Belleville Police were called to the intersection of Dundas Street West and Bay Bridge Road Belleville, Ontario, due to a collision involving a lone motor vehicle. The driver showed signs of intoxication and failed a roadside screening test and was arrested. The driver was found to have more than twice the legal limit of alcohol on his system. As a result of the investigation, 21-year-old Mason Poulain of Carrying Place, Ontario was charged with driving a motor vehicle containing more than 80 mg of alcohol and malfunctioning. Poulain was later released with a June 23 court dateapprox2022.
Violation of the bail conditions
on the 22ndnd On May 15, 2022, while on patrol, Belleville Police observed a man known to have reasonable grounds for being arrested for violating a layoff order and breaking and entering. As a result, 49-year-old David Robertson from Belleville was arrested and on April 23approx May 2022.
cause trouble and unrest
On Saturday May 21stst, At 2:45 p.m., a male party pushed a shopping cart in the path of a vehicle on Station Street Belleville, Ontario, damaging the car. Police reviewed surveillance camera footage and identified a suspect.
On Monday, May 23rdapprox January 2022 at 7:12pm Hasting Quinte Paramedics reported to police that a man had thrown stones at their ambulance as it was responding to a call. The police investigated and learned that the suspects were the same as in the 21stSt May 2022. As a result, 41-year-old Tyler Branscombe, from Belleville, was arrested for mischief and causing a disturbance. Branscombe was given a court date of March 30th June 2022.