Resist/obstruct police with a side of bail conditions breach


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – A woman was in a Thunder Bay bail court this morning regarding an allegation that she had breached one of her bail conditions from a previous release.

Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Jennifer Neill was presiding along with Crown Attorney Sarah Munch and duty counsel lawyer Andrew Desmoulin.


24-year-old Dayle Starr appeared in bail court this morning via video from the Thunder Bay Police Service station while she was in police custody.

The allegation that Starr is facing today is that she had breached a bail condition which ordered her to reside at an address in the 1500 block of Euclid Street. The charge she is facing today is:

  • Breach of bail condition

Starr already has some charges working their way through the criminal justice system stemming from an incident in April 2017, those charges are:

  • Resist/willfully obstruct police in the execution of their duty x2 contrary to section 129(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada

The Crown states that she is prepared to release Starr on her own recognizance with a $300 no-deposit price tag attached to it. She would only have to pay that amount if she breaches her bail conditions from this point on, and only if the Crown decides to seek payment.

Suggested bail conditions by the Crown are:

  • Report weekly to the Thunder Bay Police Service
  • Reside at a new address in the city’s north side
  • Do not possess any weapons
  • Do not apply for or possess any PAL or firearms licenses
  • Do not go anywhere, where the principle purpose of which is the dispensing of alcoholic beverages

Duty counsel agrees to the conditions on behalf of Starr and the Justice of the Peace orders Starr released.

Starr is sent back to her jail cell, where she waits for the courthouse paperwork to be finished and then sent to the police station before she can be released.

She has a court date scheduled to answer to the charges laid against her.


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