Wanted Wednesday Presents Dean Mattinas May 29 2019


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – The Wanted Wednesday program brought to you in part by the Thunder Bay Police Service adds one new wanted person to the public eye every week.

The program used to provide the public with 4 fresh wanted faces every week but after a year of what the police called “success”, the program was reduced to one face per week. Police explained the reasoning as simply as they were running low on people that fit the criteria for the program.


Anyways, without further delay, below is the Wanted Wednesday program. *drumroll*

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



22-year-old Dean “Sharp Jaw” Mattinas is currently wanted by the Thunder Bay Police Service for numerous charges such as:

  • Robbery.
  • Possess weapon for a dangerous purpose.
  • Assault with a weapon.

This sounds like some pretty serious charges.



47-year-old Kevin Andrew “Pointy Top” Fink is currently wanted by the Thunder Bay Police Service on numerous charges such as:

  • Assault.
  • Uttering threats.
  • Forcible confinement.
  • Breach of probation x2.
  • Breaching bail conditions.
  • Possession of stolen property.

It seems he’s rounded up a few ore charges since his last appearance on the Wanted Wednesday program in March of 2019. You can check that out here at this link https://thunderbay.trccnews.com/2019/03/13/most-wanted-wednesday-kevin-andrew-fink-march-13-2019/



36-year-old Christopher Leon “The Long Neck” French is still wanted by the Thunder Bay Police Service for the following charges:

  • Fraud under $5000.
  • Possession of property obtained by crime.
  • Possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
  • Mischief under $5000 x3.
  • Assault police officer.

It appears that French has gathered some more charges since we last reported on the alleged rampage in the Simpson Street area. You can read more about that incident by following this link —> https://thunderbay.trccnews.com/2018/08/02/10844/



53-year-old Bruce Kennedy “Safety Squint” Morriseau is still out there and still wanted by the Thunder Bay Police Service for the following set of charges:

  • Theft under $5000 x2.
  • Breach of probation.
  • Breach of bail conditions (recognizance).

The following is from the book “Thunder Bay City’s True Murder Investigations 1882 to 2014”

On August 26 1981, John Szyja and his partner were walking down the street, when Lora seen a pair of glasses on the sidewalk. John noticed Pauline Davey wondering around yard at 319 South Vickers Street. The glasses belonged to her and she told them she’d been hit on the head from behind, and her purse and keys were missing. The young couple took the seventy-nine-year-old woman to the hospital. “Szyja’s wife, Lora said she visited Davey in the hospital Aug. 27 and noticed that the left side of her face was black and blue”. Mary Czank, was a friend of the victim and when she came by the hospital, Pauline told her someone had hit her over the head. She died October 6, and Bruce Kennedy Morrisseau was initially charged with first-degree murder. It was later dropped to second-degree.

On March 1, the trial began. Bruce was represented by Lee Baig, and he pleaded not guilty. The accused had told polce at the time of his arrest, that Pauline had falled down when he stole her purse. Both John Szyja and Mary Czank testified Pauline was alert after the attack, and indicated she’d been hit on the head and robbed of her possessions. On the third day of the trial, the accused pleaded guilty to manslaughter. “Sgr. Bill Maydo of city police told baig that he had a good rapport with the accused noticing Morrisseau was polite and never shouted or used profane language during their encounters at the police station regarding the purse snatching incident, and other previous matters.” Bruce’s parents had divorced five years prior, and according to his mother, he was doing well until he moved in with his father. “He got too much freedom and his dad was only home on the weekends as he worked in the bush.” Bruce was sentenced to six year in prison.


51-year-old Isabelle “Wavy Hair” Skunk is still wanted on the Wanted Wednesday program for the following charges:

  • Personation.
  • Identity Fraud.
  • Mischief under $5000.
  • Obstruct Justice.

It seems she has picked up a new charge since she was last featured on the program in late 2018. You can read that article at this link https://thunderbay.trccnews.com/2018/10/17/wanted-wednesday-october-17-2018/

Images supplied by the Thunder Bay Police Service.


2 Replies to “Wanted Wednesday Presents Dean Mattinas May 29 2019”

  1. Sargent Bill Maydo has been retired for over 30 years, doubt he was in court supporting the accused?

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