Belleville police arrest woman who allegedly broke into residence to use shower, threatened homeowners

Hollie Pratt-Campbell/Quinteist

A woman is facing numerous charges after allegedly breaking into a Belleville residence and using the shower.

The Belleville Police Service reports that on Thursday, May 2, just after 12:30 p.m., officers attended a residence in the city’s east end after a report of a break and enter.

“The suspect had broken into the residence through a rear door and proceeded to use the shower,” police say in a media release.

The suspect then allegedly threatened the homeowners that if they called police, she would cause bodily harm to them. The suspect was known to the homeowners, police say.

Officers attended and the woman was arrested.

Further investigation revealed that she was on probation with conditions not to have communication with the homeowners or to attend their address.

As a result of the investigation, police charged Madison Loft, 22, of no fixed address, with break and enter, uttering threats to cause bodily harm, criminal harassment and three counts of breach of probation. Charges have not been proven in court.

She was held for a bail hearing.

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