DANGEROUS WANTED SHOOTER ARRESTED BY THUNDER BAY POLICE
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ January 14, 2023 (LSNews) Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers have arrested a man wanted on an Ontario wide warrant for shooting a senior citizen on September 22,2022 in the Kitchener-Waterloo area.
The white male suspect was arrested without incident by hardworking TBPS Officers.
TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS FAILS TO TELL THE PUBLIC AGAIN
A 39 year old MICHAEL ALLARD (May 2,1983) of Windsor is in custody on a 6 day hold
ALLARD spent the night in one of the fine jail cells at Balmoral Police Station and is being transported to the Thunder Bay Jail today, Saturday January 14,2023
Waterloo Regional Police are making arrangements to come and return ALLARD to their jurisdiction this upcoming week.
As per usual practice, TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis isn’t telling the public about the fine work done by TBPS Officers.
Waterloo Regional Police use real Police Officers to notify the public about dangerous wanted people.
Unfortunately, Thunder Bay Police use former TBLAZYWATCH employees to inform the public. They regularly fail to do so and aren’t telling the public about this arrest or the good work done by TBPS Officers.
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December 29,2022 WINDSOR STAR
A Windsor man with a long history of crime is a suspect in the shooting of a senior citizen in Kitchener.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service shared on Wednesday December 28,2022 that 39 year old MICHAEL ALLARD of Windsor, has been identified in relation to a violent, targeted incident that occurred in September.
Allard is now the subject of an Ontario-wide arrest warrant. WRPS warn that he should be considered armed and dangerous.
The shooting happened on the morning of September 22,2022 in the Centreville area of Kitchener. Police responded around 6:45 a.m. to a report that a man had been shot.
Officers arrived in the area of Weber Street East and Kinzie Avenue to find a 65-year-old male suffering from a gunshot wound.
The injured man was hospitalized, and required transport to a facility outside the region for further treatment. Police said the wound was non-critical.
Waterloo Regional police launched an investigation that included members of their Major Crimes Unit and Forensic Identification Unit.
Investigators believe the incident was not random.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Allard is encouraged to contact the Waterloo Regional Police Service at 519-570-9777.
Anonymous tips can be made via Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.waterloocrimestoppers.com.
Allard’s long record includes convictions for violent robberies that took place in 2010, 2013, and 2015 — including a robbery where his punch left the victim in a coma.
Allard has also been convicted on charges of aggravated assault, vehicle theft, fraud, drug trafficking, benefitting from prostitution, and more.
A Superior Court Justice in 2015 described Allard as a “prime candidate” to eventually be declared a dangerous offender.
Waterloo Region, Ontario - Members of the Waterloo Regional Police Service's Major Crimes Unit have identified a suspect in a shooting incident that occurred on September 22, 2022.
Michael Allard, 39, from Windsor, is wanted on an Ontario-wide warrant in relation to the shooting.
Mr. Allard is considered armed and dangerous. If seen, please do not approach him but call 9-1-1 immediately.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call police at 519-570-9777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Anonymous tips can also be submitted at www.waterloocrimestoppers.com.
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April 24, 2019
Capitol Street standoff started with transaction dispute, say Windsor police
Michael Allard, 35 - a Windsor man with a history of violent crime - was arrested after a six-hour standoff with police at 692 Capitol St. last week. Investigators say the incident started as a private sales dispute.
The standoff that happened on Capitol Street last week began with a transaction that went badly, according to Windsor police.
Members of the tactical team (Emergency Services Unit) contained a home in the 600 block of Capitol Street for more than six hours on April 18 — eventually arresting Michael Allard, an individual known to police.
Investigators have now revealed that the incident began when a man went to the home to purchase an item that had been advertised for sale on social media.
The man told police he met with the accused and bought the item — only to discover that the item appeared to be defective.
When the man tried to return the item, the resident allegedly struck him with a pole.
The victim was taken to hospital for treatment of injuries that were not life-threatening.
Meanwhile, police identified the suspect. Officers could see him inside the house.
ESU members set up outside the residence and ordered the suspect to come out.
After the suspect refused, a warrant was obtained to enter the home.
Officers executed the warrant around 5:50 p.m. and arrested the suspect without further incident.
A search of the residence turned up a prohibited weapon.
Michael Allard, 35, of Windsor, faces charges of assault with a weapon and possession of a prohibited weapon.
Allard’s long list of previous convictions include aggravated assault, robbery, dangerous driving, and drug offences.
In June 2013, during a robbery, Allard punched a man in the face, resulting in the victim’s head striking the ground.
The victim suffered a critical brain injury and spent four days in a coma.
Allard was sentenced to three years in prison.
At the time of the incident, Allard had just been released after serving a prison sentence for a violent robbery in 2010.
Prior to last week’s standoff, Allard was arrested in the same neighbourhood in May 2018 in relation to fentanyl powder.
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