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High Risk Offender Living in McKellar Ward - Monday, August 12, 2019

High Risk Offender McKellar Ward  Keith Currie  Lake Superior News

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THUNDER BAY, ONTAIRO   Auguest 12,  2019  (LSN) The Thunder Bay Police Service is issuing a Community Safety Advisory about an offender who now resides in the city. This advisory follows careful review of the offender as it relates to issues of public safety.

Keith Thomas CURRIE, 50, will be residing in an area near Vickers and Finlayson Streets. He has moved to Thunder Bay following his release from an Institution in Alberta where he served a sentence for sexual offences.

 

Ryan Hughes Named Thunder Bay’s Deputy Chief of Police - Thursday, August 8, 2019

Ryan Hughes Named Thunder Bay’s Deputy Chief of Police
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THUNDER BAY, ONTAIRO   Auguest 8,  2019  (LSN)  The Thunder Bay Police Services Board (the Board) is pleased to announce that Ryan Hughes has been appointed Deputy Chief of Police.  This appointment follows an extensive search.

“As Chair of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board I am pleased to welcome Ryan Hughes to the position of Deputy Chief of the Thunder Bay Police Service,” said Ms. Celina Reitberger.

 

CBP Officers Seize Counterfeit Electronics - Tuesday, July 23, 2019

CBP Officers Seize Counterfeit Electronics at
International Falls Port of Entry

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INTERNATIONAL FALLS, MINNESOTA   – July 23, 2019, 2019  (LSN— U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Field Operations officers at the International Falls Port of Entry targeted three rail containers destined to arrive in Ranier, Minnesota.  CBP officers inspected the rail containers and discovered several products in violation of intellectual property rights (IPR) regulations.  The counterfeit products included LED televisions, gas-pricing displays, Samsung and Apple chargers, and earphones.  On June 26, CBP seized 1,455 counterfeit televisions with an estimated manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $436,500 if the goods had been genuine.  On July 11, CBP seized gas-pricing displays with an estimated MSRP of $594,750 if the goods had been genuine.  On July 16, CBP seized counterfeit Samsung and Apple chargers as well as earphones with a MSRP of $55,172 if the goods had been genuine.  The total MSRP of the recent seizures is $1,086,422.

 

Complaints for AMBER Alerts - Thursday, July 11, 2019

OPP - Police Continue to Receive Complaints for AMBER Alerts

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THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO   – July 11, 2019 (LSN) The Ontario AMBER Alert program continues to be an instrumental tool in assisting both the public and police with locating an abducted child who may be in danger.

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to remind the public that calling 911 or any emergency service communication centre is not an appropriate venue to complain about AMBER Alerts.

 

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