Man wanted for armed robbery at Mobil station recaptured

Andria Farrell

 A man arrested Saturday for the January armed robbery of the Mobil Gas Station at the intersection of Main Street and Parsonage Road was picked up for a second time at a Kingston hotel Thursday morning after Kingston Police received a tip on his whereabouts.

Police arrested Shane Belleville on foot as tried to flee. 

Belleville failed to appear at his arraignment Tuesday, Plympton Police Chief Matthew Clancy said.

Police originally arrested Belleville, 23, on four outstanding warrants, two from Plympton, one for multiple larceny charges, one for unlicensed motor vehicle charges, as well as a second motor vehicle warrant from Kingston for negligent operation. The fourth warrant stemmed from Quincy District Court where Belleville was wanted on two counts of felony larceny, two counts of forgery, and two counts of uttering.

Belleville posted bail, but not before making a first, brief, dash for freedom.

In the early morning hours of Sunday, March 29, after being transported to the Plymouth County House of Corrections, Belleville fell ill.

Clancy said that at approximately 4 a.m., Plympton police took him to Jordan Hospital. While being escorted down the hallway of the hospital he broke free and attempted to flee, running through the emergency room. Belleville’s short-lived run for freedom was quickly ended by Plympton police officer Tammy Rice, assisted by hospital staff.

Belleville was taken back into custody and treated at Jordan Hospital.

Once released from the hospital, Belleville was returned to Plymouth County House of Corrections where he posted a significant amount of cash bail and released, Clancy said.

Events leading up to his arrest began last Saturday, when Kingston police received a tip that Belleville was living in a hotel in Kingston off Exit Nine. He was at a different hotel when he was recaptured Thursday.