A Belleville man has been given a 90-day intermittent sentence in connection with a fight and stabbing in Belleville in June 2016.
At the time of the incident, Belleville police were called to Golfdale Road and Pine Street where a 29-year-old man suffered non-life threatening injuries after someone broke into his house and assaulted him with a glass bottle.
Police charged 25-year-old Daniel Downer with assault with a weapon.
Friday, Downer pleaded guilty to assault with a weapon, drug possession and mischief under $5,000.
Belleville police Sgt. Rene Aubertin confirmed the mischief charge stems from an incident where Downer smashed a glass partition wall in the holding cell area the Quinte Consolidated courthouse.
Downer was ordered to pay $2,486 to the courthouse. He will serve his 90 days on weekends. He was also given 12 months probation, a 10 year weapons prohibition, DNA order and must attend additions counselling.
Meanwhile, a 19-year-old Quinte West woman has been sentenced for her role in a serious assault that also occurred last spring.
In June 2016, Quinte West OPP were called to a west end Trenton home, where a man was assaulted by a man and a woman with bricks. 19-year-old Hailey Gallant and 24 year-old David Peacock were charged with assault causing bodily harm and mischief. Peacock will speak to his charges on January 12.
On Friday, court heard how Gallant hit the victim in the head with a brick.
Gallant pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm and Justice Hunter sentenced her to 30 days in jail.
Her lawyer Ruth Roberts requested Gallant be transferred to a residential treatment centre instead of being incarcerated to help with a severe alcohol addiction.
Justice Hunter agreed Gallant required treatment. He said participants are required to detox beforehand and he decided the best way to do that was for Gallant to spend a month at the Quinte Detention Centre in Napanee.
She was given 12 months probation, a 10-year weapons prohibition and DNA order.