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Hotel clerk sprayed with chemical agent during robbery

2014-07-13 at 04:55

A hotel clerk suffered injuries early Sunday after a knife-wielding man allegedly sprayed the victim with a chemical agent during an alleged robbery. Thunder Bay police say a lone male entered the Arthur Street establishment at about 1:30 a.m. and fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of money....

Domestic dispute

Domestic dispute

2014-07-11 at 13:11

A 29-year-old man is in custody following an Egan Street domestic dispute on Thursday. Thunder Bay Police say the suspect, who can’t be named to protect the identity of the victim, was found in possession of a pellet gun – although the initial call suggested the weapon was a handgun....

Serious assault near City Hall

2014-07-02 at 6:00 PM

Thunder Bay Police are seeking public assistance after a serious assault near City Hall early on Canada Day. Police ask anyone with information about the assault, that took place at the intersection of Donald and May streets to contact them at 684-1200 or call Crime Stoppers. Police have... Tbnewswatch.com(1)

Police seek suspect in hit and run that sent teen to hospital.

Police seek suspect in hit and run that sent teen to hospital.

2014-06-23 at 10:52

THUNDER BAY -- A 19-year-old man was sent to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after being struck by a vehicle Friday evening. A release issued by the Thunder Bay Police Service says the man was hit by a silver hatchback at the corner of Northern Avenue and N. Syndicate Avenue shortly after...

NAPS lay child pornography charges

2014-06-15 at 13:54

SIOUX LOOKOUT, Ont. -- One man is facing multiple charges following an investigation into child pornography. The Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service Northwest Region Crime Unit executed a search warrant in Kenora on Wednesday, seizing all electronic devices in possession of the accused. As a...

Ex-girlfriend testifies

Ex-girlfriend testifies

2014-06-05 at 14:16

THUNDER BAY -- The ex-girlfriend of a local man accused of drug trafficking testified the accused told her he accumulated $1.2 million from drug dealing over a five-year period. Marcel Breton, 48, faces charges of possession of cocaine, marijuana and ecstasy for the purpose of trafficking, possession...

Atikokan man assaulted with hammer: OPP

2014-05-30 at 11:14

ATIKOKAN, Ont. -- A 40 year old man from this small Northwestern Ontario town has been charged with assault. On  Tuesday, May 20,  OPP officers were called to a report of two men in a physical altercation outside a Gorrie Street home. An investigation revealed that the accused had assaulted...

Suspect sought

Suspect sought

2014-05-24 at 10:23

THUNDER BAY -- City police are searching for the suspect in a north side stabbing that sent two to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service responded to the Picton Street area at about 1 a.m. Saturday morning and found two victims suffering from...

Suspect charged in recent break-ins

Suspect charged in recent break-ins

2014-05-22 at 10:43

A 47-year-old man was in court on Wednesday to answer break-and-enter and robbery charges in several recent break-ins. Police say the man is a suspect in overnight robbery attempts at a north-core baker and barber shop that occurred on May 19. He was later linked to a May 16 Mr. Sub robbery. The...

Quebec man who killed teen daughter with slap gets 60 days in jail

2014-05-21 at 23:29

LONGUEUIL, Que. - A Quebec man whose teenage daughter died after he slapped her because he wasn't happy with a chore she had done was sentenced Wednesday to 60 days in jail. Moussa Sidime, 74, will be incarcerated on 30 consecutive Mondays and Tuesdays. He had previously pleaded guilty...

Investigation into missing minor hockey funds leads to arrest of Marathon woman

Investigation into missing minor hockey funds leads to arrest of Marathon woman

2014-05-21 at 11:04

MARATHON, Ont. - A woman from this Northern Ontario town has been charged with theft after an investigation into missing funds from a minor hockey bank account. Officials with the OPP say an investigation began after the provincial police force received reports that about $15,000 from the Marathon...

Police investigating restaurant robbery

2014-05-17 at 13:35

THUNDER BAY -- City police are investigating a Friday evening robbery at a north side sandwich shop. A release from the Thunder Bay Police Service says a man entered the downtown Mr. Sub location on Red River Road with a knife and was able to flee with an undisclosed amount of cash. An OPP canine...

Red Lake RIDE leads to arrest of OPP officer

2014-05-12 at 21:45

Red Lake, Ont. -- A recent police RIDE checkpoint led to one of their own officers being charged in this Northwestern Ontario town. Officials with the OPP say they set up the RIDE checkpoint on Highway 125, just west of Dellenor Road in Red Lake. That led to the arrest of OPP Const. Caitlyn Van...

Drug raid nets police pot, cocaine and MDMA

2014-05-11 at 01:00

THUNDER BAY -- City and provincial police have seized a massive supply of marijuana and cocaine from a southside home. In a news release issued Friday, the Thunder Bay Police Service confirms that their officers, along with members of the OPP, conducted a drug raid at an unspecified address around...

'Swirl Face' pedophile who breached conditions gets three months, plus probation

2014-05-07 at 08:56

RICHMOND, B.C. - A British Columbia judge expressed "concern" that a convicted pedophile had installed software designed to conceal computer activity on a laptop he admitted owning in breach of conditions that had allowed him freedom in Canada. Judge Patrick Chen, who first curbed...

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