Trouble on Picton Ave Lands Man Behind Bars… Again

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – For the second time in less than a month, 22-year-old River Julian Beardy has found his way back into a jail cell while on a notorious stretch of Picton Avenue.

Allegations are that the last time he was arrested on Picton Avenue it was due to a neighbour hearing yelling and screaming coming from a unit in the 200 block. Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service responded to the scene and observed a woman with facial injuries alleged to have been caused by Beardy.

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At that time police arrested and charged Beardy with assault. He was later released and put on a bail condition to not attend that address again.

Further allegations are that on December 7th, 2019, officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service were once again dispatched to the same unit after a neighbour called 911 to report more yelling, screaming and an unknown but concerning commotion. When officers arrived at the location they found the same alleged female as last time and she told them she wanted Beardy removed from the home and that he was not wanted.

After a brief search of the home, Beardy was located, apparently attempting to hide from the police. He was arrested, charged, and held in police custody at the Balmoral Street station pending a court appearance. This morning, via video link from the police station, Beardy appeared in court in front of Justice of the Peace Anna Gibbon. Crown Attorney Katrina “Lock ’em UP!” VanKessel was also present along with a duty counsel worker.

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Beardy was charged with breaching his bail conditions and was not granted release from jail today. He is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 to have another swing at being released from jail.

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7 Replies to “Trouble on Picton Ave Lands Man Behind Bars… Again”

  1. 10-90-100.

    More of the same old shit. Another ride on the justice system merry-go-round. This punk, like thousands of others never learn. Lock the bastard up for a few months.

    1. I could not agree more. Build more damn jail’s with stiffer penalty . Tbay is gone to the dogs with these kids and there crap. I for one am sick of it

  2. SO ANNA ,, WHEN YOU RELEASE HIM ,, “AGAIN” ,, WILL HE BE COMMING TO LIVE WITH YOU?? HE HAS HAD CHANCES TO RESPECT THE LOVELY BAIL COND YOU “ORDER ” HIM ,,, UNTIL HES BACK IN FRONT OF YOU ,, ASKING FOR THE SAME COND’S AGAIN ,, MAYBE THE PUBLIC SHOULD ALL PICKETT OUTSIDE YOUR HOME OR YOU CAN STEP DOWN IF YOU CANT DO YOUR BASIC JOB???

    1. With the never ending high frequency of FN crime and the application of Gladue factors, our justice system are doing nothing more than “rubber stamp” law in the vast majority of cases.

      Under the scrutiny of our uber liberal, criminal coddling Liberal govt, they know JPs and judges must “appear” politically correct despite carrying out non-stop miscarriage of justice. They’ve got the order to bend over backwards to apply the lightest sentences possible to FN criminal. That’s why we have the constant supply of revolving door, chronic repeat offenders.

      If they were punished with the same sentences applied to the rest of mainstream society criminals, we’d probably see a downturn in their criminal behaviour.

      However, don’t hold your breath with the incompetent federal govt we presently have.

  3. Some people this has nothing to do with Liberals those laws have been in affect for a long time already. To change the laws you petition the Supreme Court of Canada. Only then will laws be changed and trickle down to Provincial then Municipal levels. I do not care who you are if you break the law you should be treated like everyone else. On a finer note always to much shit happening on No Daddy Row. The city should be spending money into cleaning this city up instead of building BUBBLES…

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