(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Numerous warrants were issued for the arrest of 21-year-old Vincent Stolz. Within the last 24 hours he turned himself in to 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.