Aggravated Assault Leads to Arrest of Randy Andrews

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Thunder Bay Police

Victim’s Injuries Believed to be Life-Threatening

Thunder Bay, ON – Thunder Bay Police Service officers have arrested a local man as part of an ongoing investigation into a serious assault that occurred on the city’s southside.

Emergency Response

On Wednesday, September 20, just after 7:30 a.m., the Thunder Bay Police Service’s Primary Response Branch responded to reports of an injured male at a residential address in the 200 block of Robertson Street. Firefighters from Thunder Bay Fire Rescue and paramedics with Superior North EMS were also dispatched to the scene.

Victim Care

Upon arrival, officers discovered an adult male in the care of paramedics. The man appeared to be the victim of a recent serious assault. Subsequently, he was transported to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre for further evaluation and treatment of his injuries.

The severity of his injuries remains unknown, but they are believed to be life-threatening.

Investigation and Arrest

As the investigation progressed, law enforcement personnel identified a male suspect. This individual was subsequently located, apprehended, and transported to the Thunder Bay Police Service headquarters at 1200 Balmoral Street.

Charges and Legal Proceedings

Randy ANDREWS, 24, of Thunder Bay, now faces charges of Aggravated Assault. He appeared in Thunder Bay’s bail court during the late afternoon hours of Wednesday, September 20, where he was remanded into custody. A future appearance date will be scheduled as the investigation continues.

The Thunder Bay Police Service’s Major Crimes and Forensic Identification Units are actively involved in the ongoing investigation.

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