(THUNDER BAY, ON) – A warrant for the arrest of 36-year-old Sarah Alatyppo was issued on August 2, 2019 following allegations of a theft that went down at Pennington’s. Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) are very familiar with Alatyppo, as she has been the focus of numerous investigations.
Within the last 24 hours, police have located, arrested, charged and held her in a holding cell at the TBPS Balmoral Street station pending a court appearance. That court appearance went forward this morning at the Thunder Bay Courthouse.
Justice of the Peace Zelda Kitchekeesic was presiding over court this morning along with a Crown Attorney and a duty counsel worker named Joey Wakefeld. Alatyppo is facing the follow list of charges:
- Theft under $5000 (Pennington’s).
- Theft under $5000 (Superstore).
- Theft under $5000 (Mac’s).
- Theft under $5000 (Metro 505 Arthur Street).
- Theft under $5000 (Sears, yes, Sears).
- Theft under $5000.
- Failure to comply with bail conditions.
- Failure to comply with probation order x2.
She isn’t granted bail today, thus she is being transported to the women’s side of the Thunder Bay Correctional Centre where she will stay until her inevitable release. She is scheduled to reappear in court tomorrow, Monday, December 16th, 2019 for another swing at obtaining her freedom back.
HISTORY via thunder bay courthouse – inside edition, dated march 15th, 2019.
SERIAL SHOPLIFTER ARRESTED BY THUNDER BAY POLICE OFFICERS
Appearing by video this morning, Friday March 15,2019 from TBPS Station on Balmoral is 35 year old SARAH ALATYPPO
His Worship, Justice of the Peace Thomas Logan is presiding. Provincial Crown Tamara Fairchild is present along with Duty Counsel Sandy Stewart.
ALATYPPO is facing new charges of theft from Canadian Tire on December 14,2018 and breaching her probation.
She also has outstanding theft charges from Mac’s and Metro in 2017 as well as theft from Sears in 2016.
The Crown is not consenting to her release. ALATYPPO is headed to the Correctional Center and will make a video appearance on Monday in Bail Court.