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WANTED NORTHWOOD ROBBERY ARRESTED STEALING AGAIN
Robert McKenzie
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WANTED NORTHWOOD ROBBERY ARRESTED STEALING AGAIN

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  June 28, 2022 (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to a theft call at Northwood Mall yesterday, Monday June 27,2022 

Officers arrived quickly and learned that a couple were stealing meat from No Frills and had stolen from Shoppers Drug Mart. 

The woman was wanted on two robbery warrants for failing to attend court and had conditions not to be at Shoppers Drug Mart. The male also has outstanding criminal charges. 

A 31 year old indigenous female, REBECCA JASMINE ATLOOKAN was criminally charged with:

  • -theft under $5000 X 2
  • -breach of bail (not attend Shoppers Drug Mart)
  • -fail to attend court 

ATLOOKAN has two outstanding robbery charges from Walmart on December 20,2021 & Shoppers Drug Mart on March 9,2022

A 40 year old indigenous male, GREG KAZMIR MESHAKE was criminally charged with:

  • -theft under $5000 
  • -breach of probation 

MESHAKE has outstanding criminal charges as well.  

Both made court appearances this morning, Tuesday June 28,2022 before Justice of the Peace Jennifer Neil and were ordered not to have contact with each other.  

MESHAKE responded “That’s  fucking bullshit”

They were both remanded into custody and have future court appearances 

READ MORE ON GREG MESHAKE BELOW 

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April 19,2022

DRUNK LIMBRICK MAN WHO PHONED 911 MULTIPLE TIMES ORDERED RELEASED FROM JAIL 

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS REFUSING TO TELL PUBLIC AGAIN 

On Saturday April 2,2022 a phone call was placed to 911 by a male outside of 43 Limbrick Street requesting Thunder Bay Police assistance. When hardworking TBPS Officers arrived, they located the 911 caller outside the residence. The male, who was heavily intoxicated, was demanding that TBPS Officers enter the home at 17 Limbrick Street to search for his girlfriend.  

TBPS Officers became very concerned for the safety of the man as he called 911 at least 3 more times in the presence of police. 

Officers were going to arrest him under the Liquor License Act fir being intoxicated when he became combative with police and resisted arrest.  Upon his arrest, Officers located a needle for IV drug use on his person 

A 40 year old GREG MESHAKE was just placed on probation on March 14,2022

MESHAKE has spent the past 17 days sobering up in the Thunder Bay Jail. 

MESHAKE was ordered released today, Tuesday April 19,2022 by Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods. 

MESHAKE has another court appearance on Friday June 3,2022

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis failed to tell the public again. He’s not very transparent with the public about what hardworking TBPS Officers put up with.

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It’s made Thunder Bay the highest per capita opioid death rate in Ontario.

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Between July 2017 and June 2018, nearly 3,900 naloxone kits were handed out by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit and local pharmacies, 

 

 

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