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THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO   ~~~~  August 11, 2022 (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to a violent home invasion in the 90 block of Picton Ave Thunder Bay Social Housing early this morning, Thursday August 11, 2022

Two masked teenagers committed a home invasion armed with a knife and wrench.  

A mother & her daughter were sleeping home alone. 

Both men threatened to harm to woman.  

TBPS Officers arrived quickly to arrest the suspects. 

A 16 year old make youth D.B. was criminally charged with:

  • -unlawfully in a dwelling house
  • -utter threats 
  • -possession of weapon (knife) purpose dangerous to public 
  • -wearing mask for purpose of committing offence 
  • -assault with a weapon 

A 16 year old male youth Z.B. was criminally charged with:

  • -unlawfully in a dwelling house
  • -utter threats 
  • -possession of weapon (knife) purpose dangerous to public 
  • -wearing mask for purpose of committing offence 
  • -assault with a weapon 

Both males were held at Balmoral Police Station & ordered released by Justice of the Peace Nancy Tulloch with a condition not to contact the victims or go near their home. 

They both have court appearances on September 8,2022

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis has stopped notifying tje public about violent home invasions. 


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