BARRIE CRACK DEALER WITH MACHETE ORDERED RELEASED ON BAIL
BY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE JERRY WOODS
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~ May 6, 2022 (LSNews) TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS NEVER TOLD THE PUBLIC ABOUT THE ARREST
An 19-year-old ABRAHAM AGYEKUM appeared by video today, Friday May 6,2022 before Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods for a bail hearing.
TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS NEVER TOLD THE PUBLIC ABOUT THE ARREST
Despite having a history of guns, drugs, home takeovers & breaching bail conditions, Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods felt that AGYEKUM was a member of a disadvantaged group who is over represented in the prison system being a black male.
AGYEKUM is originally from the African country of Ghana and moved to Canada with his father as a child.
Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods ordered that AGYEKUM can be released on $1600 no deposit bail with conditions:
- -house arrest
- -GPS ankle bracelet monitor
- -no drugs
- -no weapons
- -stay out of Thunder Bay except for court
Justice of the Peace Woods completely ignored the legal requirement for a cash deposit bail on a person who ordinarily resides more than 200kms away.
AGEYEKUM will need an approved surety before he can be released.
AGYEKUM has already breached the stay out of Thunder Bay condition once before, but that didn’t stop Jerry Woods from ordering the release of this wannabe thug again.
Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods doesn’t have a law degree and used to work for Dilico.
TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis & his boss, Director of Communications Chris Adams have repeatedly ignored their job duties and put public safety at risk.
They won’t even tell the public about machete-carrying drug dealers. Nor will he show pictures of them to the public.
TBPS Police Chief Sylvie Hauth permits this laziness & incompetence to occur. Her leadership at TBPS is currently under criminal investigation by the OPP. Having two former TBLAZYWATCH employees working in communications at TBPS has been a disaster for years.
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BARRIE DRUG DEALER ON BAIL BUSTED BY TBPS WITH MACHETE & COCAINE
TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS IS NOT BEING TRANSPARENT WITH THE PUBLIC AGAIN
Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers busted a Barrie drug dealer on bail after a short foot chase last night, Tuesday September 21, 2021
After being handcuffed, TBPS Officers located a quantity of 20 grams of crack cocaine, cash & a machete was located on the black male
An 18 year old ABRAHAM AGYEKUM of Barrie Ontario was criminally charged with:
- -carry concealed weapon (machete)
- -carry weapon for purpose dangerous to public
- -possession of proceeds of crime under $5000
- -possession of cocaine for purpose of trafficking
- -obstruct police by fleeing on foot
- -fail to comply with release order by not residing at a home in Barrie Ontario with an 11pm to 7am curfew
AGYEKUM spent the night in custody at Balmoral Police Station and appeared by phone in Thunder Bay Bail Court today, Wednesday September 22,2021 before His Worship, Justice of the Peace Bernard Caron
Federal Crown Attorney Ron Poirier would not consent to the release of AGYEKUM
He was transported to the Thunder Bay Jail today and has another court appearance this week.
TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS HAS NOT NOTIFIED THE PUBLIC OF THIS ARREST. It seems as if he has no interest in promoting the hard work done by Officers
Local taxpayer-subsidized media remain silent.
We have a Provincial election coming up next month.
If you elect Lib-NDP members they will push their candidates for Judges and Justices of the Peace.
And the people they appoint will believe that this criminal is a member of a disadvantaged group who is overrepresented in the prison system being a black male.
And put that ahead of the need to protect your family, whether it be your children or aging parents
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