Fort Hope Man Dead in Incident in Thunder Bay

Crime Report Thunder Bay

Crime Report Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Thunder Bay has had what police will likely be calling another homicide in 2016. In the early morning hours of March 19th, Thunder Bay Police and Superior EMS responded to a call to the Victoria Inn on Arthur Street.

A Fort Hope man, reportedly in Thunder Bay for a conference has died.

Sources tell NetNewsLedger that the victim in the incident was sharing a room with the apparent suspect.

Thunder Bay Police report that thirty-eight-year old male who was visiting Thunder Bay was transported to Thunder Bay Regional Hospital by ambulance with obvious trauma and was pronounced deceased at 02:08AM EDT.

The deceased name is being withheld until next of kin have been notified.

Thunder Bay Police have charged a thirty-three-year old female of no fixed address with Second Degree Murder, Breach of Recognizance and Breach of Probation. She is to appear in court via video on Sunday, March 20th. Her name is being withheld until the charges go before the court.

Police and EMS were at the hotel just after 01:30AM.

Teams from Fort Hope First Nation have pulled out from a hockey tournament in respect for the tragic death of a community member.
Teams from Fort Hope First Nation have pulled out from a hockey tournament in respect for the tragic death of a community member.

Hockey Teams involved in the tournament in Dryden from Fort Hope have pulled out of the tournament in respect for the deceased from their community.

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