Thunder Bay Crime Report August 15 -16AM

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Thunder Bay Police were forced into a foot pursuit after a woman fled from this van in the Fort William Downtown
Thunder Bay Police were forced into a foot pursuit after a woman fled from this van in the Fort William Downtown
Thunder Bay Police were forced into a foot pursuit after a woman fled from this van in the Fort William Downtown
Thunder Bay Police were forced into a foot pursuit after a woman fled from this van in the Fort William Downtown

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police must like rainy nights. The rain seems to calm down the streets, and reduce the amount of crime.

Over the past twenty-four hours, Thunder Bay Police responded to only one weapons offense, only 19 Quality of Life calls, and only two assaults, and one sexual assault.

Thunder Bay Police Service official are also providing information following the homicide in the city of eight-year-old Brandi Marie Wingert. There will be a coroner’s inquest held to investigate the deaths of both Brandi Wingert and the as yet unnamed individual whom Thunder Bay Police states was responsible for her murder.

The funeral service for Brandi Marie Wingert will be held Monday morning at St. Agnes Church.

Crime Report August 15-16 2014

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