Why isn't TBay Council and their Police Board question why
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~~ May 24, 2021 (LSN) DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS NEVER TOLD THE PUBLIC THAT A 49 YEAR OLD MARK PATRICK MCWATCH KOHLI WAS WANTED FOR OVER 2 YEARS Why is city Council and the Police Service Board Silent when this keeps happening
Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers arrested a pedophile last night, Sunday May 23,2021.
A 49 year old MARK PATRICK MCWATCH KOHLI had been wanted on a warrant for failing to attend court on May 18,2019.
Justice Frank Valente issued the bench warrant that day, but over 2 years later, the Director of Communications at TBPS never told the public about this. The Director really doesn’t care about children in our community.
MCWATCH KOHLI is facing a new criminal charge of failing to attend court.
He has outstanding criminal charges from May 2017 of:
- -sexual assault X 2 on person under 16
- -sexual interference X 2 on person under 16
MARK PATRICK MCWATCH KOHLI spent the night in a jail cell at Balmoral Police Station and appeared by video, before His Worship, Justice of the Peace Bernard Caron this morning, Monday, May 25, 2021.
Provincial Crown Attorney Natasha Jerome would not consent to the release of MCWATCH KOHLI.
He is remanded into custody at Thunder Bay Jail and has another court appearance this week.
As per usual practice, the lazy Director of Communications at TBPS won’t tell the public about sex offenders that prey on children.
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