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WANTED VIOLENT LIQUOR THIEF ASSAULTS TBPS OFFICER
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WANTED VIOLENT LIQUOR THIEF ASSAULTS TBPS OFFICER

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THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~   July 1, 2022 (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to a call regarding a liquor thief yesterday, Thursday June 30,2022 at the LCBO located at 1095 Arthur Street West.

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS REFUSING TO TELL PUBLIC AGAIN

Officers arrived quickly to find the indigenous female thief who was wanted on warrants while on probation from June 2,2022 when she allegedly stole whiskey, bourbon & rum from the same location.

The female allegedly fought with the TBPS Officers by kicking & flailing.

She was ultimately arrested.

A 33 year old KRYSTAL RAE-LYNN LARIVIERE was criminally charged with:

  • -assault TBPS Officer
  • -obstruct TBPS Officer
  • -breach of probation X 2
  • -theft under $5000 X 4

LARIVIERE has probation conditions not to attend the LCBO because she steals so much from there.

LARIVIERE has outstanding LCBO theft charges.

LARIVIERE was held overnight at Balmoral Police Station and ordered released this morning by Justice of the Peace Jennifer Neil with conditions:

  • -do not attend any LCBO in Thunder Bay.

LARIVIERE has another court appearance on August 5,2022

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis doesn’t seem to care when TBPS Officers are assaulted, so he’s not telling the public again.

READ MORE ON KRYSTAL LARIVIERE BELOW

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April 8,2022

WANTED & VIOLENT LIQUOR THIEF ARRESTED

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS ISN’T TELLING THE PUBLIC AGAIN

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers have arrested a woman who chronically steals from the LCBO.

An arrest warrant was issued on March 11,2022 after the woman entered the LCBO on Fort William Road and selected 2 tetra packs of Kelly’s Wine ($12.45 each) and 1 bottle of VSOP Brandy ($67.05)

The woman put the liquor in her backpack and left the store. All captured on video.

A 33 year old KRYSTAL LARIVIERE was criminally charged with:

  • -theft under $5000
  • -breach of probation

LARIVIERE has numerous outstanding criminal charges for theft.   She also has lengthy criminal history with violence and a history of not attending court.

LARIVIERE spent the night in custody at Balmoral Police Station and was ordered released this morning by Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods on $100 no deposit bail with a condition not to attend the LCBO.

Unfortunately, TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis is too lazy to do his job and notify the public. TBPS Director of Communications Chris Adams is equally as useless.

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