(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Appearing in a Thunder Bay bail court this morning was a 24-year-old Jordan Anthony Agostino. Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Zelda Kitchekeesic was presiding along with Crown Attorney Manon Arbour and criminal defence lawyer David Bruzzesse.
Jordan Anthony AGOSTINO, 24, of Thunder Bay is charged with:
- Resist Peace Officer
- Obstruct Peace Officer
- Unauthorized Possession of Firearm x 2
- Unauthorized Possession of Prohibited or Restricted Weapon x 2
- Careless Storage of a Firearm x 2
- Prohibited or Restricted Firearm with Ammunition x 2
- Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000
- Possession of a Schedule 1 Substance (percocets) for the Purpose of Trafficking
- Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking.
“Thunder Bay Police Service officers were dispatched to the zero-to-100 block of Junot Avenue North just before 3 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 following reports of a disturbance at a residence.
Firefighters were already on scene when police arrived and notified officers that someone, possibly a tenant in distress, had pulled the fire alarm.
An investigation led officers to a specific unit within the residence. Police continued to investigate and eventually located the apartment unit and occupants believed to be involved in the original disturbance.
While police were speaking with the tenants they noticed a bag containing what was believed to be a controlled substance.
As a result a male was arrested for possession for the purpose of trafficking.
Officers also located a sum of Canadian currency and two loaded handguns with suspected prohibited magazines.
In the afternoon hours of Tuesday, Sept. 17 officers with the service’s Intelligence Unit executed a search warrant on the residence and found a quantity of a substance believed to be cocaine.”
Agostino also has existing outstanding criminal charges stemming from a May 30th incident where he was charged with assault and mischief. Bruzzesse requested the matter return to court on Friday. Agostino was ordered to remain in jail until at least his next court date.
He will be transferred to the Thunder Bay District Jail (A.K.A. “The Algoma Bed & Breakfast”).