Cumberland Street Break & Enter, Stabbing: Woman Arrested


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – In the early morning hours of November 9th, 2019 a female called 911 and was frantic saying that she had just stabbed her boyfriend. Police arrived at 76 Cumberland Street South to investigate the situation. Upon their arrival they could not locate the victim or the accused.

Police noted that there was large blood-like stains on the floor of the apartment located in the building. A brief search was conducted and both the victim and the accused were located after officers followed a trail of blood. The male had an injury to his hand and was treated by Superior North EMS paramedics and sent to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre’s emergency department for further medical attention.


Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service arrested and detained 23-year-old Kayla Sugarhead and have charged her with assault with a weapon, a knife.

Sugarhead is already going through court. On September 12th, 2019 at around 8:00 am officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service were dispatched to a call about a break and enter and a theft that occurred at an apartment located at 122 Cumberland Street South, also known as Andras Court. Upon police arrival and speaking to the complainant, they discovered that a TV had been stolen during the break and enter and that a possible suspect was Nolan Crane. Nolan Crane appears to be Kayla Sugarhead’s boyfriend that she is alleged to have stabbed earlier today.

Police arrived at Nolan’s residence and upon arrival and after a brief discussion with both him and Kayla, Kayla indicated that she “did it” and to “take her in”. Police made the arrest without incident.


Sugarhead appeared in a Thunder Bay bail court this morning via video link from the Thunder Bay Police Service Station located on balmoral street. Justice of the Peace Bruce Leaman was presiding along with Crown Attorney Arbour and criminal defence lawyer Scarf.

Sugarhead is facing the following charges:

  • Assault with a weapon (a knife).
  • Break and enter.
  • Theft.

The Crown says that although Sugarhead is in a reverse-onus situation, meaning that she would have to show the courts why she should be released, the Crown states that they are willing to consent to the release of Sugarhead. Her recommended release is on a non-deposit recognizance of $200 without surety.

Proposed bail conditions for Sugarhead are:

  • Report address within 24 hours of being released from custody.
  • Do not contacct co-accused/victim Nolan Crane.
  • Do not contact the break and enter victim.
  • Do not attend Nolan’s residence or the residence of the woman who had her TV stolen.
  • Not to possess any weapons.
  • Not to have any alcohol in her body while outside of her residence.

Criminal defence lawyer Scarf requests that all of Sugarhead’s matters return to court on November 22nd, 2019. Justice of the Peace Bruce Leaman orders Sugarhead to be released from jail and return to court on November 22nd, 2019.

Anyone with a photo of Kayla Sugarhead or Nolan Crane are asked to text it to 807-355-8917 or email


3 Replies to “Cumberland Street Break & Enter, Stabbing: Woman Arrested”

  1. What a lovely couple. Turning on each other like cannibals Whatever happened to “honour among thieves”? Disgusting lowlife trash.

  2. I suspect the stabbings and the beatings those creeps hang on each other are a plan to get to the TRHSC to complain that the “victim’ has pain and needs some narcotic pain medication to get high. it works like this. You beat me up or stab me today and and i will beat you up tomorrow. Hey doc, i was beat up and i am in pain so bring on the percs. How else to get a fix when you are flat broke and the pecker cheque is spent.

    1. They probably have half a dozen abused/mistreated children at home picking up these “life skills”. So many disgusting lowlifes in this god forsaken toilet.

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