Thunder Bay Police Report on Stabbings

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Thunder Bay Police had a quiet New Year's Eve - mostly traffic accidents and overly fired up revellers.
Thunder Bay Police have been busy with ‘business as usual’.

Stabbings Top Thunder Bay Crime Blotter

THUNDER BAY – Crime News – Once again the knives were out in Thunder Bay. There were two unrelated stabbing incidents in the city overnight. Thunder Bay Police were called to the 100 block of May Street at 20:00EST Thursday night to deal with a stabbing. A woman suffered minor injuries in the incident.

Police report that they believe the victim knows her attacker.

Later on the north side of the city, on Picton Street, there was another stabbing. The victim was taken to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre with non-life threatening injuries. Once again police note that the victim and attacker know each other.

Police report that an arrest in the Picton incident was made a few hours after the stabbing.

Thunder Bay Police Alumni Game

Fun for all at Fort William Gardens as the Police All-Stars topped the Thunder Bay Senators in the Annual Crimestoppers Game - Photo by Dman.
Fun for all at Fort William Gardens as the Police All-Stars topped the Thunder Bay Senators in the Annual Crimestoppers Game – Photo by Dman.

The Crime Stoppers 25th Annual Charity Hockey game showcased the Police All-Star team taking on the Thunder Cats and Senator Alumni team.

The fun finished with the Thunder Bay Senators Alumni being stopped by the Police All-Stars 10-9.

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