Victim Identifed in Current River Murder

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – UPDATE: Johnathon Mark MCKAY (we need his photo), 40, of Thunder Bay has been charged with Second-Degree Murder in connection with the homicide of Nazareth Andrew Kwandibens (pictured).

EARLIER: The Thunder Bay Police Service has arrested and charged a 40-year-old Thunder Bay man with second degree murder.

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Officers were originally dispatched to a residential address in the 300 block of Arundel Street just after 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 13 following reports of a death.

Paramedics with Superior North EMS and Firefighters with Thunder Bay Fire Rescue were also dispatched to the scene. First responders attempted to resuscitate a male victim.

Investigators with the Major Crimes Unit confirmed the nature of the death was consistent with a homicide.

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The victim has been identified as Nazareth Andrew KWANDIBENS, 41, of Thunder Bay.

The accused is scheduled to appear in bail court Thursday, Nov. 14.

Police continue to hold the scene. The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone who may have information that could assist this investigation is urged to call the Thunder Bay Police Service at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, online at www.p3tips.com.

Source: TBPS

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One Reply to “Victim Identifed in Current River Murder”

  1. What I find perplexing is that many indigenous people have a serious hate on for white society, yet they kill each other off at such an alarming rate. Seems that many of them even hate themselves.

    You’d be alarmed if you knew how many FN people in Dumpster Bay die at a young age from drug/alcohol abuse and violence. It’s far above the national average.

    However, rather than acknowledging that alcohol and drug abuse is responsible for the vast preponderance of FN deaths, many seem to want to create a “white serial killer” villain for a scape goat and leaders like Alvin Fiddler do little to address the actual root cause.

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