Wanted Wednesday Featuring Ann Marie Houston – December 18th, 2019


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – It’s been a week since last Wednesday, which appears typical and expected. A week is the average amount of time between Wednesdays.

Below is this week’s Wanted Wednesday list, provided by the Thunder Bay Police Service.


The following people are currently WANTED on outstanding bench and/or committal warrants by the Thunder Bay Police Service.

*** DO NOT approach or confront any of the people identified ***

Members of the general public have NO AUTHORITY to detain these individuals.


If you know the whereabouts of any of these people, please contact the Thunder Bay Police Service at 807-684-1200 or 911.

If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online tips can be directed to www.p3tips.com/273



38-year-old Ann Marie Houston is currently wanted for two outstanding charges:

  • Break and Enter.
  • Possession of stolen property.

She has known ties to the drug trade and methamphetamines. Read our report below on an incident in 2015, in a neighbouring community that she was involved in.

On Tuesday, March 24, 2015, officers with the Dryden detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were conducting traffic enforcement when they stopped a white Toyota car for a traffic violation on Highway 17 within the Township of Ignace.

Upon investigation three occupants of the motor vehicle were found to be in possession of a controlled substance and have been charged accordingly.

The driver Dwayne Brown, 34,  of Kitchener, passenger Trysten Chase, 23, of North York and passenger Ann Marie Houston, 34, of Thunder Bay have been charged with possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and Trafficking in a controlled substance, cocaine, contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.

All three have been released from custody and are scheduled to appear in court in Dryden on May 4, 2015 to answer



21-year-old Vincent Stolz is currently wanted by the Thunder Bay Police Service on allegations he was in possession of stolen items and breached his probation.

It’s a week after Vincent Stolz was put on the Wanted Wednesday program, he was featured last week. He turned himself in the next day, on Thursday. Why is he still listed almost a week after turning himself in? Perhaps, he is still wanted.


HISTORY article dated december 12th, 2019:

(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Numerous warrants were issued for the arrest of 21-year-old Vincent Stolz. Within the last 24 hours, he turned himself into the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) Balmoral Street Station.


Officers arrested and charged him. Three warrants for his arrest were executed on the man, one dating from January 9th, 2019, one from June 26th, 2019 and one from November 18th, 2019. Police held him in their holding cells at the TBPS station pending his morning court appearance.

This morning he appeared in a Thunder Bay Courthouse courtroom via video link from the TBPS station. His Worship, Justice of the Peace Bernard Caron was presiding along with Crown Attorney Manon Arbour and Stolz had his amazing criminal defence lawyer Karen Scullion present.

He’s facing the following charges stemming from numerous dates.


January 3rd, 2019:

  • Breaching bail conditions (curfew).
  • Fail to remain.
  • Breaching probation (keep the peace and be of good behaviour) x3.

Between March 27th, 2019 and June 17th, 2019 he is facing a since charge of failing to comply with his probation order by not reporting his change of address. Between June 14th, 2019 and June 17th, 2019 he is charged with breaching his probation by failing to report as required. On November 15th he is charged with failing to appear in court. He has an outstanding charge before the courts of driving a motor vehicle without a license.

Stolz is not granted bail today. Scullion requests a bail hearing for tomorrow in hopes to secure the release of Stolz.


.29-year-old Andy Leigh Day is currently wanted by the Thunder Bay Police Service for charges stemming from an assault and a theft not valued over $5000.

Daniel Simon Shawinimash

Daniel “Scarhead” Shawinimash is currently by the Thunder Bay Police Service for the following charges:

  • Aggravated Assault x2.
  • Robbery with intent to commit an indictable offence.
  • Unlawfully in a dwelling.
  • Obstruct police.
  • Mischief causing damage under $5000.

In October of 2017 Shawinimash was alleged to have been involved in a serious assault that took place in Limbrick. The 23-year-old victim was sent to the hospital with serious injuries. He was charged with Aggravated Assault and Robbery with intent then.


41-year-old Kelly “Squintz” Lacaria has had a warrant for his arrest issued. He is wanted for two counts of assault with a weapon. He is described by police as having brown hair with blue eyes, standing 5-foot 5-inches tall and weighing around 168 pounds.


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