Thunder Bay Police Provide Assault Update

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Thunder Bay Police responded to 81 traffic accidents this week. That included this MVA on Arthur and James Street on Monday night.
Thunder Bay Police responded to 81 traffic accidents this week. That included this MVA on Arthur and James Street on Monday night.
Thunder Bay Police responded to 81 traffic accidents this week. That included this MVA on Arthur and James Street on Monday night.
Thunder Bay Police responded to 81 traffic accidents this week. That included this MVA on Arthur and James Street on Monday night.

Busy Week Again for Thunder Bay Police

THUNDER BAY – CRIME REPORT – It has been a busy week for Thunder Bay Police. Topping the list of incidents that police had to respond to were 201 ‘Quality of Life’ calls, that included 148 alcohol related calls, and forty-seven calls for disturbances. There were forty-two assaults, and six sexual assaults. In addition there were eighty-one traffic accidents.

Assault Update from Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Police report that, “A 52 year old Thunder Bay man remains in critical condition following an assault at the corner of May and Donald Streets on July 1, 2014. Police responded to the scene just after 2:30AM EDT Tuesday following a 911 call by a passerby. Four individuals were involved in the incident. Three males and one female fled the scene before police arrived.

Police are looking for four suspects:

  • Three Native Canadian males. One thin and two heavier set
  • A Native Canadian female approximately 5’4” tall

The Criminal Investigations Branch would like to speak with a Good Samaritan who was able to provide assistance to the victim by dragging him off the street onto the sidewalk. This individual did not stay to speak to police.

At the time of the incident, a few vehicles drove by the scene. Investigators would like those individuals to come forward. They may be able to assist in the investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the TBPS Criminal Investigations Branch at 684-1237 or Crime Stoppers.

Thunder Bay Crime Report

A busy week for Thunder Bay Police...
A busy week for Thunder Bay Police…
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