(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Appearing in courtroom 104 this morning by video from the Thunder Bay Police Service Station on Balmoral is 58 year old ANDREW LUCIEN MOORE.
Moore is wearing a gray hoodie with white T-shirt underneath.
Justice of the Peace Zelda Kitchekeesic is presiding along with Crown Attorney Gordon Fillmore and Duty Counsel Wakefield is present.
Allegations before the court are that Thunder Bay Police Service officers responded to a report of an attempted robbery shortly after 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, January 6,2019 in the 1000-block of Fort William Road.
When officers arrived they learned the male suspect had asked another male for a sum of money and their mobile phone. The request was refused, at which point the accused male threatened and assaulted the victim.
Responding officers found a male matching the description of the suspect and made an arrest within 10 minutes of arriving at the scene.
MOORE is charged with:
- Assault With Intent to Steal
- Uttering Threats to cause Bodily Harm
- as well as failing to comply with his Probation Order from September 21,2018
Crown Attorney Fillmore is not consenting to the release of MOORE.
ANDREW LUCIEN MOORE is being transferred to the Thunder Bay District Jail and will make his next court appearance on Thursday January 10, 2019 by video from the jail.
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