Thunder Bay Daily Crime Report April 7 2013

Thunder Bay Police Crime Report
Thunder Bay Crime Report

Thunder Bay PoliceTHUNDER BAY – Police in Thunder Bay had a quieter day on Saturday. Wintery weather may have been a factor. There were thirty-nine incidents reported by Thunder Bay Police since our last Daily Crime Report. However there were only four traffic incidents reported.

Thunder Bay Police barricaded their Balmoral Street Headquarters on Saturday. There was a rally planned by Anonymous – Operation Thunderbird at the Police Station on Saturday.

Mayor Hobbs explained why, “Operation Thunderbird/Anonymous were demonstrating at 1200 Balmoral and for security reasons”.

There were reportedly some concerns that the protestors might storm the Police Headquarters. There were no incidents as a result of the protest.

However there were no local residents protesting. Police were turning away cars according to several people who attempted to attend the rally.

Operation Thunderbird stated, “Thunder Bay Police discount, ignore and abuse our Sisters with lack of appropriate care for those who are victims or who live in fear of serial gang rapists. We’ve had enough!

“On December 27th, two vile men attacked our Sister A as well as a witness known only as “Bob” as a way of striking with hatred against the entire Idle No More Movement. The attackers told Sister A ;You Indians deserve to lose your treaty rights’.”

From the comments, perhaps that is why Police reacted the way they did, ensuring building security was present at an enhanced level.

Thunder Bay Daily Crime Report April 7 2013

Thunder Bay Police Daily Crime Report

Overnight Police responded to one weapons offence, seven assaults, four break and enters, and four incidents of property crime.

In addition there were 19 reports of Quality of Life incidents, two were drug related, and 17 were liquor related.


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