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Bail granted to man allegedly found with Taser

Jody Dulian was arrested earlier this month after city police responded to a call in the 200-block of Finlayson Street after receiving reports of a man entering a home with a gun.
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THUNDER BAY - A man who allegedly hid from police and was then found with a Taser was granted bail on Tuesday.

Jody Dulian was arrested by Thunder Bay police on Sept. 16 after officers attended a residential address on Finlayson Street after receiving reports of a male entering a house with a gun, according to a past police media release. Police say they located multiple individuals inside the house including a man who was attempting to hide from police and was allegedly found with a conductive energy weapon, commonly referred to as a Taser.

Dulian is charged with possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, possession of a firearm contrary to a prohibition and obstructing a police officer.

On Tuesday, Sept. 29, Dulian appeared before Justice of the Peace Bruce Leaman by video for his bail hearing where he was granted release from custody on a bail amount of $1,000 with no deposit to his surety.

His bail conditions require him to live with his surety, stay away from alcohol and drugs and he cannot possess any weapons. He must also be inside of his residence daily from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. unless he is working or with his surety.

Dulian is scheduled to return to court in late October.



Karen Edwards, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

About the Author: Karen Edwards, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Karen Edwards reports on court and crime under the Local Journalism initiative, which is funded by the Government of Canada.
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