(THUNDER BAY, ON) – An interesting line up on this weeks Wanted Wednesday program, brought to us by the Thunder Bay Police Service.
This is the first week in a while that we have been blessed with a full 4 wanted suspects. Keep your eyes peeled for these wanted suspects. We also, as usual, have added the other remaining people on the Wanted Wednesday program.
The following people are currently WANTED on outstanding bench and/or committal warrants by the Thunder Bay Police Service.
*** DO NOT approach or confront any of the people identified ***
Members of the general public have NO AUTHORITY to detain these individuals.
If you know the whereabouts of any of these people, please contact the Thunder Bay Police Service at 807-684-1200 or 911.
If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online tips can be directed to www.p3tips.com
NEW THIS WEEK
ANDREW ROBERT GODFREY
Godfrey was allegedly the victim of a brutal hammer attack earlier this year. We have heard two stories floating around about this incident, but have not been able to confirm either one completely.
Story #1: It is alleged that he was trying to stop out of town drug traffickers from selling fentanyl in town, and they smacked him around with a hammer. This is what we heard from a few local residents.
Story #2: His own buddies smacked him around with a hammer for breaking into a house that had kids in it.
We have been told that Godfrey did not cooperate with police when questioned about what had happened to him.
Below is the video, and then we continue with the Wanted Wednesday program. Yes, that appears to be a hole in his forehead from a hammer blow.
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Leonard Dick, was charged in May of 2017 with:
- Dangerous driving causing death
The charge stems from a head-on collision that occurred on the Thunder Bay Expressway between Oliver Road and John Street. This crash happened on December 14th, 2016.
Dick had to be be extricated from his SUV by the jaws of life, and was sent to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre for serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
50-year-old Gary Maki died as a result of the collision after being ejected from his truck.
There was a third vehicle involved in the collision, but they only suffered minor injuries according to the OPP.
The crash happened around 7:30 am that day, when Dick crossed the yellow line.
PEOPLE FROM PREVIOUS WANTED WEDNESDAY WEEKS
Information and photos supplied by the Thunder Bay Police Service’s Wanted Wednesday program.