Thunder Bay Police Weekend Update

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THUNDER BAY – Crimebeat – Thunder Bay Police were busy this weekend. Thunder Bay Police are currently investigating an suspicious fire incident that occurred on Friday.

The incident which happened at Councillor Trevor Giertuga, a Thunder Bay City Councillors home has been deemed suspicious. 

Over the weekend, police were called to a number of alcohol fuelled disturbances. There were also several assaults and weapons offences. 

The ‘Quality of Life’ or alcohol, drug and disturbances over the past twenty-four hours, totalled twenty-five reported incidents.

Police Investigate Fire 

Thunder Bay Fire and Rescue Service responded to a vehicle on fire at a Lydia Street address just after 3:00 a.m. on November 21, 2013. One vehicle in the driveway was completely destroyed by the fire and a second vehicle in the driveway also received damage as a result of this fire. The preliminary investigation has indicated that the fire appears to have been deliberately set. 

The Thunder Bay Police Criminal Investigation Branch is continuing to investigate this incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the police at 684-1200 or anonymous information may be provided to Crime Stoppers at 623-TIPS of

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Thunder Bay Police were busy this weekend.
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