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12-year-old suspected of arson in Onion Lake Road fire

12-year-old suspected of arson in Onion Lake Road fire

2014-04-09 at 17:25

A 12-year-old boy has been charged with arson after a fire tore through an Onion Lake Road home last week. Thunder Bay police say the suspect was in foster care at the home at the time of the blaze, which cause serious damage to the home, but did not injure anyone. The boy, who cannot be named...

Drive-thru napper busted for impaired driving, hit-and-run

Drive-thru napper busted for impaired driving, hit-and-run

2014-04-08 at 10:28

The drive-thru lane of a fast food restaurant isn't the best place to sleep one off. According to a release from the Thunder Bay Police Service, a 55-year-old Thunder Bay resident learned that lesson the hard way when police responded to a south-side restaurtant shortly after 1:30 a.m. Sunday...

OPP asking for assistance in pair of thefts

2014-04-07 at 11:19

The OPP are seeking public assistance in a pair of cases involving theft. Police are investigating a silver 2001 Mazda van that was reportedly stolen Saturday evening after being parked on Rudolph Road in Shebandowan. The van was found at around 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning on the side of...

Criminal chase

Criminal chase

2014-04-03 at 16:28

A hit-and-run drama that led to a trailer on fire at the Cascades Conservation area has ended in Sault Ste. Marie. Police in the northeastern Ontario community arrested a couple after disabling their grey Ford pick-up truck with a spike belt late Wednesday. Thunder Bay police, who will work in conjunction...

Child-porn charges laid against 23-year-old

2014-03-31 at 16:56

A 23-year-old man is facing child-pornography charges after two computers, flash drives and a series of SD cards were seized from a Hodder Avenue residence. Thunder Bay Police say Roger Constantin was charged with possession of child pornography and make available child pornography following a peer-to-peer...

Police car involved in accident on way to Mac's robbery

2014-03-22 at 23:13

In its haste to respond to a possible robbery call, a city police car wound up in a crash. A Thunder Bay Police Service marked cruiser collided a sedan at about 9:30 p.m. on Friday. The police car was heading south on Waterloo Street when it came into contact with the sedan at the Victoria Avenue...

Fate of a man accused in a fatal hit-and-run to be known in May

Fate of a man accused in a fatal hit-and-run to be known in May

2014-03-21 at 10:30

A decision on an alleged fatal hit-and-run case from 2010 is now expected in May, nearly four-and-a-half years after the initial incident. Submissions were made Monday in the case of Christian Hernandez, who is charged with impaired driving and failure to remain at the scene where 45-year-old Richard...

Witness describes violent incident in Day 2 of Jacob manslaughter trial

2014-03-21 at 10:27

Day 2 of the Kesley Jacob manslaughter trial saw testimony from one of the witnesses who was with the accused and the victim that evening at the Victoria Inn. The 35-year-old Jacob is free on bail as he awaits the outcome of this trial by jury. He's charged with manslaughter in connection with...

Crown rests

Crown rests

2014-03-21 at 10:26

The face of a victim of a violent fatal assault was one of the most disturbing things a local paramedic had seen in his 23 years on the job, a  courtroom heard Wednesday morning. The Crown, represented by attorney Rob Kozak, wrapped up its case against Kesley Jacob, 35, who faces a manslaughter...

Distracted driving law could be given more teeth, deal demerit points against lawbreakers

Distracted driving law could be given more teeth, deal demerit points against lawbreakers

2014-03-21 at 10:25

Ontario is again looking at ways to give its distracted driving laws more teeth. The province may soon issue demerit points along with an intensified fine against drivers caught breaking the new distracted driving laws. Ontario Transportation Minister Glen Murray says drivers caught using cellphones...

Impaired driver attracts suspicion after colliding with OPP cruiser

2014-03-21 at 10:24

Impaired driving , an illegal turn and crashing into a police cruiser led to the eventual discovery of a local man's small stash of cocaine Saturday. OPP officers became suspicious of the 31-year-old driver after he collided with the cruiser at the corner of Arthur Street and Highway 61 just before...

Washagamis First Nation death ruled suspicious

2014-03-10 at 9:00 AM

Kenora OPP are calling the death of a 39-year-old Washagamis Bay First Nation man suspicious. Officials said the man was located in a residence and pronounced dead by emergency crews. A post-mortem examination is scheduled for Monday at Lake of the Woods District Hospital. The victim's name...

RCMP warns city residents to look out for counterfeit goods

2014-03-06 at 13:13

If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. That’s the message from the Thunder Bay detachment of the RCMP, which is now cautioning consumers to be wary of counterfeit goods. RCMP Staff Sgt. Normand Roy said the force has recently seized counterfeit professional sports jerseys and cell...

Vandalism case tips coming in since brief release of surveillance video

2014-03-06 at 13:12

City police have been getting tips from the public ever since they briefly released video footage of young men they described as "persons of interest" Monday. Thunder Bay Police Service spokesman Chris Adams on Tuesday said tips were starting to come in after the security video was briefly...

Stiffer penalties

Stiffer penalties

2014-03-06 at 13:12

Sending that text while driving is about to get more expensive. The province will be putting some more teeth behind its distracted driving laws starting March 18. Motorists charged with using a cell phone or similar electronic device while driving after that date will receive a fine of $280, which...

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