Stolen Motor Vehicle Recovered, Man Charged


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Earlier today, on November 29th, 2019, officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) arrested a man in connection with a stolen motor vehicle. 35-year-old Albert Paul Moonias was apprehended by officers and held in custody pending a court appearance.

After being released, it was determined that Moonias has previous, outstanding charges still working their way through the criminal justice system.

Moonias appeared in court this morning via video link from the TBPS station on Balmoral Street. Justice of the Peace Ray Zuiliani was presiding along with Crown Attorney Emily Delaney and duty counsel lawyer Aranka Golphy.

Moonias is facing a new charge of possession of a stolen motor vehicle over $5000.

The accused was previously released on a Justice of the Peace undertaking. Today, he is denied bail and will have to find some form of supervision such as the John Howard bail supervision program or a surety.

He is scheduled to reappear in court on Monday, December 2nd, 2019 to have another swing at being released.


One Reply to “Stolen Motor Vehicle Recovered, Man Charged”

  1. 10-90-100.

    Another chronic criminal on and off the justice system merry-go-round.

    When are our cowardly JPs and judges going to start handing down appropriate punishment?

    These career criminals have neither fear nor respect for our laws. It’s guaranteed that they will reoffend yet our limp dick judges are reluctant to sentence them sufficiently to deter future criminal activity.

    Grow some balls JPs and judges! The public is sick and tires of your coddling lifelong criminals. Hand down sentences that will deter these lowlifes from committing more crimes.

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