Belleville youth charged after bringing replica gun to school: police – Global News

Belleville youth charged after bringing replica gun to school: police - Global News
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Police have confirmed that a Grade 8 student has been charged following an incident with a replica gun at a Belleville school.

On Oct. 28, Belleville police say the student, who attends Prince of Wales School, allegedly asked a teacher what would happen if he brought a gun to school.

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The next day, police confirmed that the student waved a replica handgun around at other students and teachers after school was over.

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At the time, three teachers reported it to the principal, who called police until after all students and parents had left the school.

Belleville police then went the boy’s home, seized the replica handgun and charged the youth with possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

Belleville resident Nicholas ODoherty, 40, was arrested and charged with robbery with a weapon, two counts of – possession for the purpose of trafficking – cocaine and methamphetamine and proceeds of crime. He was also on a recognizance of bail on drug related charges and as a result was charged with four counts of breach of recognizance.

Belleville resident Jacob Kirton, 33, was arrested and charged with robbery with a weapon, two counts – possession for trafficking – cocaine and methamphetamine and proceeds of crime. He had two warrants from Belleville Police Service for breach probation and fail to attend court and outstanding warrants from Orillia OPP and Barrie Police Service.

Belleville resident Matthew Bushey, 36, was arrested and charged with robbery with a weapon, two counts – possession for trafficking – cocaine and methamphetamine and proceeds of crime.

Belleville resident Tasha Hennessey, 26, was arrested and charged with robbery with a weapon, two counts – possession for trafficking – cocaine and methamphetamine and proceeds of crime.

Belleville resident Bryan Smith, 35, was arrested and charged with robbery with a weapon, two counts – possession for trafficking – cocaine and methamphetamine and proceeds of crime.

Belleville resident Christopher Thirlwall, 33, was arrested and charged with two counts of possession for trafficking – cocaine and methamphetamine and proceeds of crime. He also had warrants from Belleville Police Service for breach probation and was on a bail recognizance and as a result of the investigation was charged with two counts of breach of that recognizance.

Belleville resident Jennifer Sweet, 33, was arrested and charged with two counts – possession for trafficking – cocaine and methamphetamine and proceeds of crime.