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Four charged after Belleville police firearms investigation

Belleville Police have arrested four people on weapons charges. Global News

Four Belleville residents are facing a long list of charges after an investigation into an August home invasion.

Police say that just before midnight Aug. 22, officers were called to a Charlotte Street apartment building where there was a report of a home invasion involving three masked people showing firearms.

The occupants were robbed and the suspects fled the scene.

In September, search warrants were executed at a residence in Belleville and another in Gilmour, Ont. Police found two handguns, ammunition, illegal drugs, drug trafficking materials and stolen property.

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Cole Westin James Robinson, 28, of Belleville, was charged with:

  • using a firearm in a careless manner
  • robbery with a disguise
  • three counts of pointing a firearm
  • possession of a handgun for the purpose of committing an offence
  • possess a handgun without being the holder of a licence
  • break and enter
  • using a firearm to commit a robbery
  • mischief
  • careless storage of a firearm
  • careless storage of ammunition
  • possession of a firearm dangerous to the public
  • possession of ammunition dangerous to the public
  • possession of a loaded handgun
  • possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking
  • possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking
  • possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking
  • possess a firearm while prohibited
  • breach of probation
  • possession of firearm and ammunition without a licence
  • possession of property obtained by crime

Trevor Steven Cox, 33, of Belleville, was charged with:

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  • using a firearm in a careless manner
  • robbery with a disguise
  • three counts of pointing a firearm
  • possession of a handgun for the purpose of committing an offence
  • possess a handgun without being the holder of a licence
  • break and enter
  • using a firearm to commit a robbery
  • mischief
  • four counts of possessing a firearm while prohibited
  • two counts of breach of probation
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Christopher Ernest Derrett 41, of Belleville, was charged with:

  • using a firearm in a careless manner
  • robbery with a disguise
  • three counts of pointing a firearm
  • possession of a handgun for the purpose of committing an offence
  • possess a handgun without being the holder of a licence
  • break and enter
  • using a firearm to commit a robbery
  • mischief
  • four counts of possessing a firearm while prohibited

Katie Lynn Casselman, 21, of Belleville, was charged with:

  • careless storage of a firearm
  • careless storage of ammunition
  • possession of a firearm dangerous to the public
  • possession of ammunition dangerous to the public Section
  • possession of a loaded handgun
  • possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking
  • possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking
  • possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking

All four were held in custody.

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