Squitti’s Jewelry located at 317 Bay Street.
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~~ June 12, 2021 (LSN) Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers made an arrest yesterday in the June 6,2021 smash & grab at Squitti’s Jewelery located at 317 Bay Street.
The Director of Communications at TBPS never told the public about the crime or arrest.
Surveillance video showed an indigenous male with a tattoo on left side of his neck smashing the window of the store to steal 3 watches valued at $739.
It cost $2000 to replace the window.
The surveillance video was shared with other Officers and the suspect was recognized.
TBPS Officers were conducting surveillance on the 300 block of Tamarack Place yesterday, Friday June 11,2021 when they spotted a 57 year old JOSEPH DANIEL TIMOTHY WABANO leaving a home of a woman he previously assaulted with a folding chair on June 6,2021.
He was not supposed to be there and was arrested and criminally charged with:
- -break, enter & theft
- -breach of release order
He has the outstanding criminal charge of assault with a weapon (folding chair)
WABANO spent the night in custody and was released on a $500 no deposit release order by Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Sheree Scribner this morning, Saturday June 12,2021.
WABANO has conditions:
- -no weapons
- -no contact with victims
- -notify police of address
His next court appearance is June 23,2021.
As per usual practice, the Director of Communications at TBPS didn’t tell the public about the assault or break in.
He simply doesn’t care about victims of crime. His taxpayer subsidized media buddies at TBLAZYWATCH also don’t care.
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