Busy week for Thunder Bay Police

Crime Report Thunder Bay

Crime Report Thunder BayTHUNDER BAY – CRIME – Thunder Bay Police were busy on the roads last night making sure that the city rang in the New Year as safely as possible.

Thunder Bay Police were kept busy over the holidays.

The crime blotter shows that police dealt with 158 calls for service for offences, including seven weapons offences, eighty-seven Quality of Life calls that included fifty-eight alcohol related calls.

As well there were three sexual assaults, and twenty-one assaults.

Over the holiday season police also dealt with ninety-our traffic calls.

The Festive Ride program was far different in 2014 with far smaller check-stops, spread out in different places than usual.

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Officers working the R.I.D.E. program last night report that traffic was rather slow. The breeze made them very grateful for warm boots, gloves (and the thermal underwear that Santa brought).

R.I.D.E. officers say that there were “lotsa mammas in pajamas” and remarked that one older gentleman looked like he had a pajama suit under his over-coat and was rather stylishly dressed.

Three people were arrested: one for being a suspended driver, one for missing an appointment with a Judge, and one – you guessed it – for impaired driving.

The young lady arrested for the outstanding warrant for the missed court matter was checked into one of our junior suites, and the impaired driver had the pleasure of being both the last of 2014 AND the first of 2015.

Thunder Bay Police were kept busy over the holiday season.
Thunder Bay Police were kept busy over the holiday season.


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