Thunder Bay Police Lay Robbery and Confinement Charges Against Two Men

Crime Report

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police report that two males have been arrested in response to a disturbance call on the evening of February 5, 2018, on Tuscany Drive.

In a media statement, Police say, “Patrol officers arrived at the Tuscany Drive residence just after 8:30 pm and located five males involved in an altercation in the garage. While police were attempting to determine what was going on, three males got into a vehicle, backed into a police cruiser and fled the scene.

An ambulance was called to attend to the 24-year-old and 25-year-old males victims who required minor medical attention.

It was reported that the three suspects approached the victims outside the residence and ordered them into the garage, items were taken from them and an assault began. The involved parties are known to each other. Investigators were able to identify the driver of the vehicle that fled and put him out for location.

On February 6, 2018, at 11:50 am the driver was located by patrol officers in the Ogden Street area. An attempt to stop the vehicle was unsuccessful. Officers located the vehicle a short time later in the area of Southern Avenue and May Street. The driver exited the vehicle and was taken into custody in the Wiley Street area after a short foot pursuit.

Charles Norman Casmey, 31 years old has been charged with Robbery x 2, Forcible Confinement x2, Flight from Police, Dangerous Driving, Drive Disqualified, and Failure to Stop at the Scene of an Accident.

Just before 7:30 pm on February 6, 2018, Carson Eade, 29 years old, turned himself in at the Balmoral Police Station for the Tuscany Street incident. He was taken into custody and charged with Robbery x2 and Forcible Confinement x2.

Both males appeared in court this morning and have been remanded into custody.

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