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(THUNDER BAY, ON) โ€“ย Thunder Bay Police Service have made an arrest following a north side situation.

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41-year old Lukas Nganga Nguci has been arrested and held in custody following a stabbing.

Police responded to the 200 block of Bay Street this morning after reports came in of a female being stabbed.

The victim was taken by ambulance to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre for medical attention.

After police arrival, they searched the area and found a male matching the suspects description.

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Nguci appeared in a Thunder Bay Bail Court this morning, via video from the Thunder Bay Police Service Station.

Her Worship, Zelda Kitchekeesic is presiding along with Crown Attorney Fairchild and duty counsel lawyer Aranka Golphy.

He is facing the following charge:

  • Assault with a weapon (knife)

The Crown indicates this is a reverse onus situation as he has outstanding matters before the courts.

Furthermore, the Crown states that they have concerns surrounding the secondary and tertiary grounds.

Secondary ground concerns tell us that the Crown believes the likelihood of Nguci to reoffend or become a public safety concern is substantial.

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Tertiary grounds indicates the Crown believes that if Nguci were to be released, that the public would lose faith in the administration of justice.

Nguci is remanded until tomorrow, and ordered to be held in custody.

Anyone with Nguciโ€™s photo is asked to email it to contactus@trcctb.com

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4 Replies to “BAY STREET STABBING ARREST”

  1. My father was robbed two times on Bay St I was abducted on Algoma ST
    Just last week i found a bottle of some type of cannabis oil flattened on Cornwall Ave
    It has been a bad area since 1950
    Only the faces changed

    1. Cannabis oil has nothing to do with you or anyone else being abducted or robbed it’s the attitude of the people be careful we’re you put hate

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