THUNDER BAY,, ONTARIO ~~~~~ July 11, 2020 (LSN) On the evening of July 6, 2020 a couple was sleeping in their home in the 300 block of Brunswick Avenue when a criminal broke into their home to steal their property. Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to investigate and identified their primary suspect to be 32-year old ALBERT JOHN WILLIAMS.
Public No Warned!
It appears s part of the new role of the Police Department directed by City Council and the Police Service Board, they do not tell the public. There appears to be a movement away from the officers fighting crime.. To do this they need to prevent the citizens of Thunder Bay from becoming aware of most crimes
On the evening of July 6, 2020 a couple was sleeping in their home in the 300 block of Brunswick Avenue when a criminal broke into their home to steal their property. Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to investigate and identified their primary suspect to be 32 year old ALBERT JOHN WILLIAMS.
Last night, Friday, July 10, 2020 hardworking Thunder Bay Police caught up with WILLIAMS and slapped some shiney silver bracelets on him.
WILLIAMS spent the night in a jail cell at the Thunder Bay Police Station and appeared in Bail Court before Justice of the Peace Zelda Kitchekeesic this morning Saturday, July 11, 2020.
ALBERT JOHN WILLIAMS is criminally charged with:
WILLIAMS has a lengthy criminal record and Provincial Crown Attorney Katrina Van Kessel is not consenting to his release.
WILLIAMS will be transported to the Thunder Bay Jail at 2pm today. He has a court appearance on Monday July 12,2020
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