Woman and booze don’t mix
City police responded to four different calls over the course of the day Thursday regarding one inebriated woman, the final call resulting in her arrest.
The 53-year-old Belleville resident was arrested on Highland Avenue to prevent further disturbances just after 4 p.m., but only after a trio of earlier calls in regards to her behaviour, police report.
“This was the fourth call of the afternoon for this woman as the other three calls were all in the downtown core,” police stated in a release.
Passed out in public
A 37-year-old Prince Edward County man was arrested for his own protection after he was found passed out on the sidewalk.
Belleville police report officers located the man early Friday morning at the corner of Dundas Street West and Sidney Street. The man was “arrested for his own protection” under the Liquor Licence Act and issued a provincial offence notice for public intoxication.
A man has a January court date after police discovered he was driving without insurance.
Belleville police report an officer conducted a traffic stop Thursday morning on College Street East and found the driver of the vehicle had no insurance. The man was also charged with failing to surrender a driver’s licence.
The man is scheduled to appear in traffic court in early January.
Minor injuries in crash
Police and paramedics were called to a parking lot at 210 Dundas St. East just before noon Thursday in relation to a motor vehicle collision.
One driver was treated for minor injuries and one vehicle had to be towed from the scene.
As the crash took place on private property there were no charges laid, police report.
A motorist was charged Thursday afternoon for having the wrong plates on their vehicle.
An officer stopped the vehicle on Catharine Street at 2 p.m. and discovered the plates didn’t match the vehicle. The driver was charged.
Source: The Belleville Intelligencer