Belleville Police say they’ve arrested two people, believed to be responsible for close to ten break and enters around the city, in recent months.
Most recently, officers began investigating an afternoon break-in at an east-end Belleville home on June 16th, where suspects got in through a rear door and took various property.
After arresting two suspects, detectives with the Criminal Investigations Division and Forensics Units executed a search warrant at their home and found numerous other items from previous break-ins, including assorted jewellery, musical instruments, cameras, cell phones, passports, wallets and other ID.
Officers also seized a number of prescription medications and other controlled substances.
32 year-old Ashley Christine Hubmann and 34 year-old Ronald Kevin Joseph McCloskey, both of Belleville, are charged with multiple counts of breaking and entering, possession of property obtained by crime and drug possession.
Hubmann was released with conditions and has a court date on July 6th, while McCloskey is being held in custody and is scheduled to appear in court on July 29th.
Here is the full list of charges:
32-year old Ashley Christine Hubmann of Belleville, Ontario has been charged with;
– 9 counts of Breaking, Entering and Committing Theft
– 9 counts of Possessing Property Obtained by Crime
– 1 count of Possession of a Controlled Substance under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
34-year old Ronald Kevin Joseph McCloskey of Belleville, Ontario has been charged with;
– 10 counts of Breaking, Entering and Committing Theft
– 10 counts of Possessing Property Obtained by Crime
– 2 counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act