THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police report a quieter period over the past twenty-four hours. Police responded to fifty-six calls for service. This included two weapons calls, two assaults, and five break and enter incidents.
Quality of Life calls topped the list for police again. There were twenty-eight calls for service, with twenty-two of those calls alcohol related.
Thunder Bay Police add details to one of the weapons calls. A forty-four-year old Thunder Bay male is in custody this morning facing weapons charges. On April 29th at approximately 22:30EDT officers attended a call at 130 S May Street after reports of a male brandishing a firearm.
After they arrived on the scene, officers were able to take a male into custody. A previously reported stolen shotgun was recovered at the scene.
The individual now faces multiple charges, including unauthorized possession of a firearm, weapons dangerous to the public, resisting arrest, and possession of stolen property under $5000. The accused is schedules to be in court this morning.