HEIST: LCBO Arthur Street Targeted by Group


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – On November 23rd, 2019, the LCBO located at 1095 Arthur Street West was targeted by a group of people who entered the store and left with unpaid alcohol.

Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service responded to the call and started an investigation into the situation. Four people were arrested and held pending a court appearance. Those four people are:

  • 31-year-old Felton Earl Sakanee.
  • 30-year-old Christopher Meeseetawagesic.
  • 32-year-old Roxanne Louis Jacobs.
  • 30-year-old Temerity Kakegamic

It is alleged that upon the arrest of Meeseetawagesic, he was actively resisting police by refusing to put his arms behind his back for officers to handcuff him.  He is facing further charges of:

  • Resist police.
  • Breaching probation order made on August 13th, 2019 (keep the peace and be of good behaviour).

Jacobs has a previous outstanding charges for theft at the LCBO on Arthur Street and the Thunder Centre LCBO. she is further charges with:

  • Breaching bail condition (not to attend the LCBO at 969 Fort William Road and 1095 Arthur Street West).

Sakanee is also facing a charge of breaching a probation order made on April 2, 2019 (keep the peace and be of good behaviour).


All four suspects appeared in court this morning in front of Justice of the Peace Anna Gibbons. Crown Attorney Manon Arbour was also working court this morning along with duty counsel representative Joy Wakefield.

When the Justice of the Peace asked Towegishig if he understood his charges, his response was “Yes, and I don’t care”.

All four accused were denied bail today and have various future court dates set to continue answering to the charges laid before them. None of the allegations have been proven in a court of law.


13 Replies to “HEIST: LCBO Arthur Street Targeted by Group”

  1. Well, low and behold, they actually do that here. From another report – Both men were arrested.&*(&%$ is on an active probation order which bans him from being in the city of Thunder Bay.

  2. Was stuck on the on ramp, trying to turn onto Arthur street while the arrest was taking place. Hats off to our officers for keeping composure and remaining professional during the ordeal.

  3. Of course they dont care and why should they? They know when they get to court they will be given infinite forgiveness over and over because of our lousy judicial system. And then they will be on their way to do it all over again and again. Only consolation is anyone who keeps abusing their body eventualy the booze and drugs catches up with them and the trash will take itself out.

    1. Despite the reality that they will likely live short lives, they’re probably the most expensive parasites to scourge society.

      They never work, perpetually feed off of our welfare system and put enormous strain on our EMS, medical and justice systems. The sooner they burn themselves out, the better.

  4. Johnny law was smart , if news gets out among this miscreant crowd that you can do a group heist without repercussions , there would be a whole lot more.
    … sad thing is these people have the mental capacity of children.
    ” I don’t care” it’s a sad indictment if a hopeless life. What goals , dreams or ambition do they have . I would guess they have never even considered that.. pretty sad.

    1. The saddest thing is that they all probably have half a dozen kids in foster homes across the province.

      These people are derelicts of society. They’re the most expensive people in the country.

      They don’t work, they draw welfare, and they put enormous strain on social services, EMS, policing and the court system. Nothing but a huge drain on resources. Absolutely no redeeming value whatsoever. Truly turds of society.

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