Weapons Charge on Greyhound Bus

Thunder Bay Police Service

THUNDER BAY – CRIME NEWS – Uniformed officers from the Thunder Bay Police Service were dispatched to the Greyhound Bus station on Fort William Road just before noon on October 1, 2016 responding to a weapons call.

Information was received by police, that a passenger had witnessed a male who had been on the bus with a “butcher knife” in his pocket. When officers arrived and located the male inside the bus terminal, they found that the male had a large knife concealed in his boot along with a corkscrew.

Craig McPhee, fifty-six-years old of Toronto was arrested and escorted to the Balmoral Police Station. He has been charged with Weapons Dangerous and Carrying a Concealed Weapon. He appeared in court this weekend and has been remanded into custody.

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