VIOLENT CRIMINAL RELEASED BY COURT INTO THUNDER BAY HOUSING
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ March 22, 2022 (LSNews) Despite repeated requests by Thunder Bay Housing to not release criminals who aren’t on the lease into taxpayer subsidized housing, local judicial officials continue to defy those requests.
A man with a history of violence and breaching court orders was ordered released this afternoon, Tuesday March 22,2022 by Justice of the Peace Denette Ellard.
Her Worship Ellard released a 40 year old KENDALL JACKO to go live in apartment 204 at 230 Amelia Street West.
The building is otherwise known as Spence Court and is already plagued by violence and drug dealers.
It seems that Justice of the Peace Ellard is content to continue contributing to the crime problem in the building.
TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis isn’t telling the public again. He doesn’t seem to care much about informing the public or vulnerable citizens.
Westfort Ward deserves better
It once was a Safe Community to raise a family or to retire
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