Day: March 27, 2018

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METHAMPHETAMINE AND GUN BUST

METHAMPHETAMINE AND GUN BUST

WILLIAM REHEL PLEADS GUILTY TO SELLING METHAMPHETAMINE AND STOLEN SHOTGUN TO UNDERCOVER POLICE OFFICER IN LONGLAC AND GETS SENTENCED A 38 year old WILLIAM REHEL aka Billy Rehel appeared handcuffed in courtroom 102 this afternoon, Tuesday March 27, 2018 before His Honour Justice Marc Bode. Federal Crown Attorney is Ron Poirier and Defence lawyer is...

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DRUG CHARGES

DRUG CHARGES

TUESDAY MARCH 27,2018 UPDATE Trevor Beriault appears handcuffed in courtroom 102 before Judge Bode this morning. BERIAULT is approx 5’6” tall, stocky build, beard and head is shaved on sides with Mohawk type cut. Visible tattoos on back of neck and hands wearing a burgundy Nike Air Jordan long sleeve shirt and gray pants. His...

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COLLISION: John & Junot

COLLISION: John & Junot

Emergency services are on scene at a collision at the corner of John and Junot where it appears a motor vehicle has partiallly left the roadway. Several vehicles are involved. Please avoid the area for the time being. Photo Credit Scott Shapwaykeesic.

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CAR FLIPPED UPSIDE DOWN, NORTH END DOWNTOWN

CAR FLIPPED UPSIDE DOWN, NORTH END DOWNTOWN

A car has flipped upside down in the north downtown core. Emergency services are on location near the water street bus terminal sorting out the matter. Drinking and driving has been suggested as a cause by witnesses on the scene. Police are investigating. ”I was also told by a bus driver that it was due...

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DEAD MAN FOUND IN CAR BESIDE HIGHWAY 17 EAST OF THUNDER BAY

DEAD MAN FOUND IN CAR BESIDE HIGHWAY 17 EAST OF THUNDER BAY

On Monday March 26, 2018, shortly 1:30 p.m., members from the East Algoma Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a suspicious vehicle parked on the south shoulder on Highway 17. Police attended and located a deceased male in the vehicle. A post mortem examination is to be conducted today by the Office of the Chief...

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City Statement on James Street Bridge

City Statement on James Street Bridge

Here is the City of Thunder Bay’s statement regarding the James Street Bridge The City of Thunder Bay commends Fort William First Nation’s efforts in conferring with Canadian National Railway Company, and examining ways in which the James Street Bridge could be repaired and reopened to vehicular traffic once again. In recent days, FWFN advised...