(LONGLAC, ON) – Hardworking officers with the Greenstone detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have once again arrested 38-year-old Kristin Dawn Gagnon of Ginoogaming First Nation.
Gagnon was previously on bail after allegations arose that she had stolen alcohol from a residence where she was living. She was ordered not to attend at that residence and was located at that residence on November 28th, 2019.
She appeared in a Thunder Bay courtroom this morning via video link from the Greenstone OPP detachment. Justice of the Peace Ray Zuiliani was presiding along with Crown Attorney Emily Delaney and one of the best duty counsel lawyers, Aranka Golphy. Gagnon is facing the following charges:
- Theft under $5000.
- Breaching bail conditions.
A bail plan is put forth and the proposed conditions laid out in a Justice of the Peace undertaking are as follows:
- Reside in Ginoogaming at a residence specified.
- Not to contact the alleged victim of the booze theft.
- Not to go to the residence where the theft allegedly took place.
Gagnon is agreeable to the proposed conditions and is ordered released from police custody. She is scheduled to reappear in court on December 18th, 2019 to begin answering to the charges before the courts.
HISTORY ON GAGNON – March 11th, 2019
(THUNDER BAY, ON) – GREENSTONE WOMAN ALLEGEDLY ON DRUG FUELLED RAGE THREATENS TO KILL MAN WITH KNIFE.
Appearing in Bail Courtroom 104 this morning Monday March 11,2019 by video from Greenstone OPP Station is 38 year old KRISTIN DAWN GAGNON, from Ginoogaming First Nation Indian Reserve.
OPP arrested GAGNON last night on Ginoogaming for allegedly damaging a bedroom door in a residence as well as destroying several kitchen items. She allegedly threatened to kill the homeowner with a knife. It’s further alleged that she was high on alcohol and drugs.
She’s facing 3 criminal charges
- Assault with a weapon
- Utter threats to cause death
GAGNON is wearing a pink low cut shirt and has been chewing her fingernails through the whole proceeding.
GAGNON is being released on an undertaking to a justice.
She’s ordered to
- reside at a home in the 100 block of Spruce Street.
- no weapons, drugs or alcohol
- stay away from a home on the 100 block of Poplar Crescent.
ANOTHER GREAT JOB BY GREENSTONE OPP OFFICERS.
Her next court date is May 7 in Geraldton.