“The Devil” Gets Arrested Again in Red Lake

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(RED LAKE, ON) – 38-year-old Robert Sean Martell, who made splashes on social media when his mugshot appeared on the Thunder Bay Police Service’s “Wanted Wednesday” program, has once again wound up behind bars. His image went viral as he has what appears to be devil horns tattooed on his forehead.
Martell was recently arrested after allegations arose that he assaulted a woman with a baseball bat for a prolonged period of time, as reported first by the Thunder Bay Courthouse – Inside Edition. There was also threats to use a metal pipe on the woman.
Hardworking officers with the Red Lake detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police have arrested and detained Martell following allegations that he was consuming or possessing alcohol on October 4th and October 5th. He was on bail conditions not to be doing such things.
His Worship, Regional Senior Justice of the Peace Bernard Caron was presiding over court this morning along with Crown Attorney Gordon Fillmore and a duty counsel representative.

The Crown states that Martell is in a reverse-onus situation, which means that Martell will have to show the courts why he should be released. Further, the Crown tells the court that they intend to show cause as to why Martell should remain in jail.
Martell is ordered to remain in jail and is scheduled to appear in a Kenora bail court on Monday for another swing at getting released from jail,yet again. He will be held at the Kenora District jail in the meantime.
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3 Replies to ““The Devil” Gets Arrested Again in Red Lake”

  1. Rex it is only a matter of time before Canada experiences a shortage of Narcan like other medications that are starting to be in short supply in Canada and turds such as this will be flushed once and for all.

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