Quieter Friday for Thunder Bay Police

Crime News

Help the Police, contact them at 684-1200 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or www.tipsubmit.com.THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police had a fairly quiet Friday night, Saturday morning. There were three weapons offenses responded to by Thunder Bay Police, and six assaults.

For a Friday night the number of Quality of Life calls were only 31, which is a fairly lower number than many Friday nights. Perhaps the early rain in the late afternoon reduced the number of people out and about?

Thunder Bay Police have had a busy week, with a homicide investigation resulting in a fifth arrest.

Police and EMS responded late Friday afternoon to a call at Resolute. A worker was injured and transported to Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. There has been no update as to his condition.

A quieter night for police is likely welcome for both residents and officers.

Crime Report July 25-26 2014

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