Murder Suspect – Marina Park Overpass Boot Stomping Arrests Made

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – VICIOUS HEAD STOMPING ASSAULT WITNESSED BY THUNDER BAY POLICE ON WATER STREET PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE.

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VICTIM IN HOSPITAL WITH NUMEROUS INJURIES.

POTENTIAL FATALITY AVOIDED DUE TO OUR HARDWORKING TBPS OFFICERS.

TWO WELL KNOWN FEMALE CRIMINALS ARRESTED BY TBPS.

AS USUAL, JUST ANOTHER SOY INTAKE DAY FOR THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS. NO MEDIA RELEASE TO THE PUBLIC (surprisingly after this article was put out, he woke up)

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Appearing this morning, Sunday February 17,2019 via video from the Thunder Bay Police Station in Bail Courtroom 104 are 28 year old VERONICA GEORGINA LYNN SKUNK (pictured right) and 24 year old JESSIE CHAPAIS.(pictured left)

Jesse Chapais

It’s W.A.S.H. (Weekend And Statutory Holiday) Court today. Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Zelda Kitchekeesic is presiding. Provincial Crown Franceline Auclair is here along with Duty Counsel Marilyn Thompson.

Thunder Bay Police were travelling down Water Street yesterday afternoon before 3pm when they witnessed a male allegedly being assaulted on the pedestrian bridge. Officers witnessed both SKUNK and CHAPAIS allegedly kicking and stomping the unconscious male victim in the head while on the ground. Officers went to intervene and make arrests. SKUNK threatened to spit in one officer’s face and CHAPAIS was obstructing police.

“I helped the single officer subdue and arrest both these girls. there was not more than one officer until they were already in handcuffs and laying face down. For some reason the other officer was below the overpass just watching us, not sure why. But the guy they boot stomped had no idea what was going on because he even kicked me during the struggle, thought i was against him. but me and the one officer managed to get cuffs on them then the other officer came up and handcuffed the victim too.” – Trevor who helped the officers make the arrests.

The young indigenous male victim was taken to hospital with broken jaw and multiple head injuries. He remains in hospital recovering from this vicious attack.

Veronica Skunk

Inside Edition sources indicate that the victim would most likely have died had the TBPS officers not happened to come by.

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VERONICA SKUNK is facing 4 criminal charges.

  • Assault causing bodily harm
  • Assault
  • Resisting arrest
  • Failure to comply X 2

She has a lengthy criminal history and most recently charged in December 2018 with a 6 year welfare fraud in Thunder Bay as well as an assault that was being diverted through the Indigenous People’s Court. Crown Attorney Auclair is not consenting to her release. SKUNK will appear by video in court on Tuesday February 19,2019.

JESSIE CHAPAIS is also facing more criminal charges.

  • Assault causing bodily harm
  • Obstruct police
  • Breach of recognizance

And she has outstanding assault and fail to attend court charges.

CHAPAIS was alleged to be at St Joseph’s Hospital on August 18, 2018 using a computer when she was asked to leave. Hospital staff made several demands for her to leave before she was escorted out of the building.

Chapais re-entered the building and security staff were required to attend, and upon their arrival used force to remove her from the building. That’s when Chapais struck him across the face with an open hand and scratched his right forearm during the scuffle.

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She was physically restrained until police arrived.

On May 7,2018 CHAPAIS had a murder charge withdrawn against her in the death of Kevin Roundhead.

Crown Attorney Auclair is not consenting to the release of CHAPAIS

CHAPAIS has a video court appearance on February 20,2019

Another great job by our hardworking TBPS Officers to intervene in what could have been a fatality.

As per usual, no local media present. And as usual, just another lazy day for the Director of Communications at TBPS. Too much soy will make you lazy.

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At 2:15pm today the Director finally interrupted his soy enema to put out a media release. He’s one lazy soy boy.

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – A woman that has been previously charged with second-degree murder has found herself in police custody yet again.

24-year-old Jessie Chapais was arrested on the strength of a warrant for failing to appear for court. Her previous charge is assault stemming from an August 18th incident.

Allegations are that Chapais was at St Josephs Hospital on August 18th, using a computer when she was asked to leave. Hospital staff made several demands for her to leave before she was escorted out of the building.

Chapais re-entered the building and security staff were required to attend, and upon their arrival used force to remove her from the building. That’s when Chapais struck him across the face with an open hand and scratched his right forearm during the scuffle.

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She was physically restrained until police arrived.

Chapais charges are:

  • Assault
  • Failure to appear in court

The Crown tells the court that this is a reverse onus situation, which means that the accused has to show the court why they should be released. He has primary and secondary concerns as well.

Primary concerns mean that the Crown believes the likelihood of the accused to return for court is unlikely. Secondary concerns mean that the Crown believes the likelihood of the accused to re-offend or become a public safey concern is substantial.

Chapais’ criminal record contains numerous failures to comply with bail conditions and probation as well as possession of a weapon and impaired driving, among other things.

The Crown mentions how Chapais was charged with second-degree murder earlier this year, but that charge against her has since been dropped. He then indicates that these new allegations of violence are very alarming.

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However, the Crown states that going up the “bail ladder” with certain conditions may enable him to consent to her release. (The “bail ladder” was defined in the Antic case, which you can read via a link at the end of this article)

The Crown pitches the following conditions on a recognizance with a $100 no deposit, no surety plan:

  • Reside at her address on Chippewa Road
  • No contact with the security guard
  • No weapons
  • Do not be within 100 metres of St Joseph’s Hospital

Duty counsel consents to these conditions, and Chapais is ordered released by Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Denette Maslach.

Chapais is sent back to her cell, where she will wait for the paperwork to be faxed over to the Thunder Bay Police Station before she is released.

Her next court date is set for December 4th.

You can read a previous article about Chapais below:

Read more about the “bail ladder” and the Antic Case here: https://scc-csc.lexum.com/scc-csc/scc-csc/en/item/16649/index.do

None of the allegations in this article have been proven in a court of law.

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6 Replies to “Murder Suspect – Marina Park Overpass Boot Stomping Arrests Made”

  1. More street scum.

    Thank you TBPS for scraping this garbage off the streets.
    Disgusting POS. Hopefully they are treated the same way one day

  2. theres cameras in there.. what good are they if these bums gather in there and drink all day, almost everyday. What good are these cameras? I strongly suspect the whole eye on the street program is a load of BS.

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