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(THUNDER BAY, ON) โ€“ย BIG DRUG BUSTS BY THUNDER BAY POLICE, OPP AND MORE ON LIMBRICK AND FINLAYSON.

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LIMBRICK BUST

OVER 130 000$ CASH SEIZED BY POLICE.

EIGHT PEOPLE ARRESTED BY TBPS FOR COCAINE, FENTANYL AND OXYCODONE TRAFFICKING.

TWO FACE CHARGES OF OBSTRUCTING POLICE BY TOILET FLUSHING SOME DRUGS

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TORONTO GANGSTER WITH HISTORY OF MANSLAUGHTER AND VIOLENCE WAS WANTED ON WARRANTS BY TBPS SINCE LAST JUNE. THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS NEVER PUT HIM ON WANTED WEDNESDAY.

FEDERAL CROWN RON POIRIER OPPOSED TO THE RELEASE OF ALL OF THEM.
HE IS PREPARED TO FIGHT THIS SCOURGE ON OUR CITY

Appearing this morning Wednesday January 30,2019 via video from the Thunder Bay Police Station in Courtroom 104 are 8 people.

His Worship, Justice of the Peace Bernard Caron is presiding. Federal Crown Ron Poirier, Provincial Crown Emily Delaney is here along with Duty Counsel Lianne Roberge.

ALL 8 PEOPLE FACE CHARGES OF:

  • possession for purpose trafficking cocaine
  • possession for purpose trafficking oxycodone
  • possession for purpose trafficking fentanyl

Some face additional charges. Read below.

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Thunder Bay Police Service officers responded to an apparent abandoned 911 call at a Limbrick Street residence at about 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019.

When responding officers entered the residence to check on the safety of the occupants they observed two males near a toilet where a large amount of a white powdery substance was on the bathroom floor and around the toilet bowl. Plastic bags were also observed to be in the toilet bowl.

The Thunder Bay Police Serviceโ€™s drug unit later executed a warrant to search the residence. As a result of that search police located a quantity of prescription pills, suspected cocaine and suspected Fentanyl.

A grocery bag and duffle bags of currency were also located and seized.

A male arrived at the residence during the police search. He was arrested and charged for possession for the purpose of trafficking.
As a result of the ongoing investigation a total of eight people have been arrested and charged.

First up is 44 year old SANDRA LYNN BORG. Sheโ€™s originally from Nipigon. Wearing a skimpy top with spaghetti straps. Not dressed for January.

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Her next appearance is Friday February 1,2019 by video from the Correctional Center.

Sandra Borg

Second up is 29 year old DORIS JEAN SLIPPERJACK. She is very slim wearing dark, skimpy clothing. Definitely not dressed for the weather. She contacted lawyer Kate Brindley for representation. Sheโ€™s heading to the Correctional Center and will make a video appearance on Friday February 1,2019.

Third up is 27 year old RENEE JENNIE GRAVES of Thunder Bay. She has long dark hair and a larger than average forehead. Sources indicate she has a young child. Sheโ€™s no stranger to drugs and the criminal justice system. She is also facing an additional charge of breach of probation. She will use her usual lawyer Michael Hargadon. Next court appearance is Friday February 1, 2019 by video. She is going to Correctional Center too.

Renee Greaves

Fourth up is 39 year old MARLON MAHABIER MARAGH of Scarborough. Heโ€™s a black man wearing a dark shirt. He has a lengthy criminal record of violence and drugs. Heโ€™s also facing an additional charge of obstructing police by trying to flush drugs down the toilet.

MARAGH is not interested in Bail. He appears to show interest in pleading guilty as soon as possible. He wants to know the Crownโ€™s case against him and has lawyer George Joseph representing him. Federal Crown Poirier states that it could take weeks to get edited ITOโ€™s, certificates of analysis on drugs and the cell phone downloads. MARAGH will make a video appearance on February 22,2019 to possibly set date to plead guilty.

Fifth up is 23 year old LENWORTH DACOSTA FRANCIS of Scarborough. He is a tall, slim black man wearing a white T-shirt. He wants lawyer David Bruzzese. FRANCIS is headed to Thunder Bay Jail. He will make video court appearance from there on Friday February 1,2019

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Sixth up is 47 year old BERNARD JAMES GOLIBOSKI of Thunder Bay. Heโ€™s a white guy wearing a dark sweater and has an extreme receding hairline. He needs Legal Aid and will head to the Thunder Bay Jail. He makes a video court appearance on Friday February 1,2019.

Bernard James Goliboski

Seventh up is 34 year old JAVON SHANTONE BRYCE of Sudbury, Ontario. Heโ€™s a large black man wearing a dark gray hoodie. He tells the court he had no cocaine on him. His next court appearance is Friday February 1,2019 by video.

And last, but not least is CONVICTED KILLER 41 year old MICHAEL MILLER of Scarborough. MILLER is also facing extra charges. It is alleged he tried obstructing police by trying to flush drugs down a toilet. His next court appearance is Monday February 4,2019 from Thunder Bay Jail. Itโ€™s also alleged that on June 14,2018 that MILLER failed to pull over for police and resisted police by fleeing. A warrant was issued for his arrest.

FINLAYSON BUST

Thunder Bay Police Service officers responded to a call for service at a residence in the 200 block of Finlayson Street just before 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019.

Responding officers were allowed into the residence to check on the welfare of people inside. As a result a male at the residence was arrested for possession for the purpose of trafficking. Officers found the male was in possession of a quantity of suspected crack cocaine and a quantity of money.

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The Thunder Bay Police Serviceโ€™s drug unit, with assistance from the OPP, NAPS and APS, later executed a search warrant at the home. As a result of that search officers located about $70,000 in Canadian currency.

Police also seized a quantity of suspected crack cocaine believed to have an estimated street value of about $53,000, and a quantity of suspected cocaine with an estimated street value of about $26,000.

Police continue to investigate the suspectโ€™s possible affiliation with Toronto-area gangs.

Michael PRAHAY, 28, of Toronto, is charged with Possession of a Schedule 1 Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking x 2, and Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000.

He appeared in court Wednesday and was remanded into custody with a future court date.

THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS NEVER PUT CONVICTED KILLER MILLER ON WANTED WEDNESDAY.

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MILLER REMAINED ON THE LOOSE ALL THESE MONTHS TO CONTINUE DEALING DRUGS WITHOUT THE PUBLIC KNOWING HE WAS WANTED.

ANOTHER GREAT JOB BY HARDWORKING THUNDER BAY POLICE.

ANOTHER POOR JOB BY THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS.

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7 Replies to “Limbrick and Finlayson Drug BUSTS”

  1. Once again your reporting mr pino has proved that your the best news reporter in northern on. Thankulyou. Next up thanks again to the hard working police of tbay and surrounding opp detachments. I only prey the courts do there job and stop kicking these folks back to the streets after our police risk their lifes to make arrests and you risking your life to report and keep us in formed. Keep them locked up.

  2. Seems like the THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS has regularly dropped the ball ( not keeping on top important things). Seems this is quite a common thread to articles posted here ๐Ÿค” Seems a lot of stuff is not being shared buy this person. Not good for Thunder Bay public.

  3. Pino

    You are always directing comments about the poor or non-existent job the director of communications with TBP is doing.
    Are you allowed to print his name or picture so us general public can see what this overpaid and low work producing clown looks like.

  4. Thunder Bay used to be a well kept secret. Very little crime here and if there was a murder everyone was shocked. Now it is almost an every week thing murder or attacks. The police are doing their jobs, but maybe there aren’t enough of them. Maybe they should bring in the OPP to help this situation. . Young people should stay away from these scummy crime ridden rats from down east. They found an opportunity to sell drugs or make people here sell them to addicts. I believe that this is a desperate situation and calls for desperate measures. The combined police effort would let them know to get the hell out and don’t come back ever, or put them in jail and throw away the key.

  5. Question….. does TBPS communications director get told by someone else what he is allowed to report on?

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