(THUNDER BAY, ON) – The LCBO located at 100 Cumberland was the victim of two thefts on back-t0-back days which spawned an investigation by the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS). The thefts occurred on December 16th and December 17th, both dates in 2019.
As a result of that investigation, Jessica Warburton was arrested, charged, and held at the Balmoral TBPS station pending a court appearance.
Warburton had her court hearing this morning, she appeared via video link while in police custody at the TBPS station. Senior Regional Justice of the Peace Bernard Caron was presiding over matters along with Crown Attorney Katrina “Lock ’em UP!” VanKessel and the sharp-minded criminal defence lawyer Brennen Sacevich acting as duty counsel.
Warburton is facing two counts of theft under $5000. She has an outstanding matter before the courts in which she is alleged to have assaulted a man with a weapon. That matter has not been resolved yet.
The Crown decides that they will recommend the release of Warburton on single condition. The suggested bail plan has no money or surety tied to it. Her sole release condition is to not attend the LCBO. She is ordered released from jail and is scheduled to be in courtroom 303 on January 17th, 2020 to continue answering to the charges laid on her.
Warburton made waves on social media when her conduct at 75 Academy was caught on video and posted to the internet by an annoyed tenant that is raising kids in the building. During one of the video-recorded encounters, she accuses the tenant of being me, Pino. I am not the man holding the camera. The resident that took the videos says that Jessica has been a nuisance in his building and wishes she would stop coming around. Below we have three videos obtained from the resident which illustrates what he is going through.
Another video below this advertisement.
The third video below.
More videos of the trouble at 75 Academy can be found at the YouTube channel “The Shitty of Tbay”.