Traffic Stop leads to Arrest and Charges for Drugs and Violation of Court Orders

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Thunder Bay – NEWS – Sharp eyes and attention to detail by a Thunder Bay Police Service officer led to a traffic stop. The stop was initiated by an officer who observed a vehicle with no rear license plate in the area of Frederica Street and Brown Street just after 8:00 pm on November 13, 2018.

The driver of the vehicle exited and began to run away.

The officer caught up to the male and attempted to arrest him. Other officers arrived on scene and the male was taken into custody.

He was searched and officers located drugs, cash and a knife in his possession.

A check of the CPIC system showed him to be a disqualified driver and on a few court orders.

Ryan DELUNEY, 29-years-old of Thunder Bay appeared in court charged with:

• Possession for the Purpose Trafficking
• Possession of a Prohibited Weapon
• Resist Arrest
• Drive Disqualified
• Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
• Breach of Conditional Sentence Order
• Breach of weapons prohibition order x2

Ryan DELUNEY was remanded into custody.

None of the charges have been proven in court.

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