(THUNDER BAY, ON) – DRUNK WOMAN ARRESTED FOR HAIR ATTACK ON MAN
Appearing this morning, Sunday February 17,2019 via video from the Thunder Bay Police Station in Bail Courtroom 104 is 18 year old MIRANDA MAY WHITEHEAD
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.
WHITEHEAD appears wearing the suicide proof institutional baby doll outfit. She has long dark hair.
She’s facing 5 new criminal charges
- Assault with weapon (vase)
- Resist arrest by police
- Breach of recognizance (alcohol)
- Breach of youth probation order
- Breach probation order(Dec 13/18)
Court hears police were called to a home about 7pm last evening. WHITEHEAD had shown up intoxicated and was not wanted there. The male in the home told her to leave. She allegedly threw a vase at him and pulled a clump of hair out of his head.
When police arrived to arrest her, she allegedly fell to her knees in an effort not to be moved.
She also has outstanding charges of:
- Aggravated assault
- Unlawfully in a dwelling house.
ANOTHER GOOD JOB BY OUR HARDWORKING TBPS OFFICERS
WHITEHEAD is originally from Webequie Indian Reserve. She came to city in May 2018 to visit and wound up assaulting a police officer. She had outstanding criminal charges from the Reserve.
Crown Attorney Auclair is not consenting to her release. Duty Counsel Thompson has not prepared a plan for release. She asks for a Section 517 publication ban which means that evidence and testimony given can not be published. Thompson seems to think this is going to a jury trial. She’s been a lawyer almost 30 years and still doing Duty Counsel.
WHITEHEAD IS HEADING TO THE FEMALE CORRECTIONAL CENTRE.
WHITEHEAD will make a video appearance in court again on Tuesday February 19,2019
As usual, the Director of Communications at TBPS is not doing anything. He’s most likely suffering a soy hangover from last night’s pyjama party
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