Public Intoxication Leads to Night in Balmoral Jail Cell

Thunder Bay Police Service Unit 200

THUNDER BAY – CRIMEWATCH – Thunder Bay Police report that a 28-year-old male was taken into police custody on May 21, 2018 at approximately 12:30 am after receiving several calls for a disturbance outside the Royalton Hotel on Bay Street.

When officers arrived it was discovered that the 2828-year-old male was asked to leave the bar, he refused to leave and was escorted out after striking an employee.

Once outside he continued to be combative until police arrived. The male was arrested under the Liquor Licence Act for Being Intoxicated in a Public Place and escorted to the Balmoral Police Station.

He was released with a Provincial Offences ticket once he was sober.

Thunder Bay Police dealt with 42 Quality of Life calls, along with ten Violent incidents over the past three days.

Quality of Life calls, including alcohol and drug related, domestic violence calls are the top calls that Thunder Bay Police Service deal with on a daily basis.

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