Police Respond to Windsor Neighbourhood on Shots Fired Call

Thunder Bay Police Association Speaking Out on Recent Incidents
Thunder Bay Police Association Op-Ed

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police responded to an anonymous call of shots being fired in the 288 Windsor Street complex area just before 8:00 pm on August 15, 2018.

As police units arrived on scene they spoke to multiple people in the area who told officers they did not hear gunfire. A search of the area did not reveal any damage to property, injuries or information to substantiate the information.

A male fled when being spoken to by officers. He was apprehended after a foot chase in the Brittany Drive and Carl Avenue area.

The 24-year-old male was arrested on an outstanding warrant as well as charged with obstructing police for providing a false name to the officer, resisting arrest, and breach of probation. He will appear in court this morning.

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