(VERMILLION BAY, ON) – Officers with the Kenora detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police responded to a call for service regarding a truck having been stolen and crashed into a ditch. Upon police arrival, they arrested a 19-year-old Bailey Krassilowsky.
Details of the allegations are that on September 28th, 2019, Krassilowsky and two friends were walking back home after attending a “pit party” near Thunder Lake Road. Krassilowsky and one of his friends, around 4:00 am, attempted to steal a truck from the driveway of a residence. They looked inside the truck and found the keys. A male came out of the house and attempted to stop the theft in progress and gets hit in the face. Krassilowsky and his friend ended up driving the truck away and put it in the ditch in front of the house. The owner of the truck woke up from the commotion and saw his truck in the ditch, still running. The owner contact the police and upon police arrival, the two were arrested. The other accused cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

Officers brought Krassilowsky down to the Kenora detachment and held him there for a bail court appearance this morning. He is charged with:

  • Theft of a motor vehicle (Ford F-150).
  • Breaching bail conditions not to possess or consume alcohol or intoxicating substances (found drunk).

Krassilowsky is no stranger to the criminal justice system. He is currently working his way through courts surrounding allegations of breaking into and stealing from Quackers Diner, located in Vermillion Bay. His charges from that event are which happened under 3 weeks ago:

  • Break and Enter
  • Theft under $5000.

Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Anna Gibbons was presiding over court this morning. Crown Attorney Derrick “The Hammer” Silvestro was also present along with duty counsel lawyer Robert Habjan.

The Crown is recommending Krassilowsky’s release on a $500 non deposit recognizance under the follow conditions:

  • Reside in the 0-100 block of Primrose Lane in Vermillion Bay.
  • No contact or communication with the owner of the allegedly stolen truck and 5 more people.
  • Not to attend at 145 Quackers Diner, located at 145 Vermillion Bay Street.
  • Not to be outside of his residence with alcohol in his system.
  • Not to possess or consume alcohol or other intoxicating substances outside his residence.

The Justice of the Peace runs over the conditions with Krassilowsky and ensures he understands what he is agreeing to. After a very short discussion with Her Worship, he is ordered released and is scheduled to be back in court on October 7th, 2019 to begin answering to the charges.
As his appearance is finalized, Krassilowsky can be heard saying “Wow, cool, thank you.”

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