THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The Thunder Bay Police Service is issuing a Community Safety Advisory about an offender who now resides in the city. This advisory follows careful review of the offender as it relates to issues of public safety.
46-year-old Dwayne JEREMIAH has been released at the conclusion of his second federal sentence for sexual assault and assault-intentional use of force.
JEREMIAH has previous convictions of sexual offences, assault with a weapon, and multiple assault and failures to comply. He has completed his sentence for the above convictions.
JEREMIAH has indicated that upon release he intends to reside in the area of Donald Street.
He is described as a 46-year-old Indigenous male, 5’3”, weighing 148 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes, and glasses. JEREMIAH has tattoos: wings on his right and left forearms, “Maria” in a banner below a rose on his left forearm.
This information is being issued to the public as a precautionary measure.
Members of the public are reminded that although Dwayne JEREMIAH does present a safety risk, his rights are guaranteed under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
As such, the Thunder Bay Police Service will act to protect these rights if they are infringed.