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SAME DRUG DEALER ARRESTED AGAIN DEALING MORE DRUGS WHILE ON BAIL
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SAME DRUG DEALER ARRESTED AGAIN DEALING MORE DRUGS WHILE ON BAIL

200 Block of Pearl Street

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~   August 10, 2022 (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers have arrested a very familiar face again. It’s “alleged” the white male suspect was on bail for drug dealing and was caught dealing drugs again. on the 200 block of Pearl Street 

We have since learned that it was 277 Pearl street

Where A 41.year old JAMES ANTHONY CHAPAIS was shot to death 

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers were called on Wednesday June 29, 2022 by Thunder Bay Social Housing regarding a vulnerable person at 277 Pearl Street who may have had his home take over by drug dealers. and a half pound of cocaine was found. 
 

TBPS Officers seized crystal methamphetamine, oxycodone, fentanyl, cocaine & cash. 

TBPS Officers seized crystal methamphetamine, oxycodone, fentanyl, cocaine & cash. 

A 29 year old JAYMZ KEIR HANCOCK was criminally charged with:

  • -possession of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking X 4
  • -possession of proceeds of crime 
  • -breach of release order (no drugs)

HANCOCK has several outstanding drug dealing charges. 

HANCOCK was held overnight at Balmoral Police Station and transported to the Thunder Bay Jail today, Wednesday August 10,2022

HANCOCK has a future court appearance. 

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis has been not telling the public about most drug busts    Hiring a former TBLAZYWATCH employee to communicate for TBPS has been a disaster for years. 

READ MORE ON JAYMZ HANCOCK BELOW 

THUNDER BAY POLICE ARREST DRUG DEALER AFTER OVERDOSE DEATH
THUNDER BAY POLICE ARREST DRUG DEALER AFTER OVERDOSE DEATH

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April 6,2018

JAYMZ HANCOCK ARRESTED IN FENTANYL AND CRACK COCAINE BUST....AGAIN. 

Appearing by video this morning Friday April 6,2018 from Thunder Bay Police Station in Courtroom 104 before His Worship Bernard Caron is 24 year old JAYMZ HANCOCK AND 51 year old BRIDGET BLAIS.  

They were both arrested last night by Thunder Bay Police for allegedly trafficking fentanyl and crack cocaine and Hancock is in breach of his bail conditions once again. 

Federal Crown Attorney Ron Poirier is present an is opposed to their release. This is a reverse onus situation. 

Hancock with very messy long hair is on video dressed in dark clothing and is yawning as all his charges are being read into the record. It’s just another day at the police station for him. He’s being remanded until April 17, 2018 for another video appearance. Hancock was on bail for another drug bust from last year with CHEYENNE BANNON. He has acquired a lengthy track record with drug charges and bail breaches in the city. He’s facing 8 new criminal charges from last evening. 

BRIDGET BLAIS appears on video next. She appears to be a petite woman with dark hair. She’s alleged to have been trafficking fentanyl and crack cocaine with Hancock. She also has a previous criminal record. Federal Crown Attorney Ron Poirier is opposed to their release. She is being remanded in custody to the Thunder Bay Correctional Center for women. Her next appearance will be April 9,2018 by video. 

GOOD JOB BY THUNDER BAY POLICE FOR GETTING THIS DEADLY DRUG OFF THE STREET 

THERE HAS BEEN NO MEDIA RELEASE ABOUT THE FENTANYL BUST BY THUNDER BAY POLICE COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR.

NO OTHER LOCAL MEDIA IS PRESENT.

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November 6,2017

Jaymz Hancock & Cheyenne Bannon are scheduled to appear in Bail Courtroom 104 today. These 2 lovebirds were arrested on Nov 6/17 with a quantity of drugs including crack cocaine. Bannon was on bail previously for drug offences. 

There are indications that Hancock is working with one of the Southern Ontario drug gangs set up in the city. 

LOVE + DRUGS = JAIL. 

ANOTHER FINE JOB BY THUNDER BAY POLICE SERVICES

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