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CRYING CRACK DEALER RELEASED ON $1000 NO DEPOSIT BAIL
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CRYING CRACK DEALER RELEASED ON $1000 NO DEPOSIT BAIL

reside with surety/mother in Neebing Township

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~~  September 29, 2022 (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers spotted a Ford vehicle with Alberta license plates that was speeding eastbound at 101 km/h in a 70km/h zone on the Harbour Expressway on Sunday September 25,2022 at 10:20pm

TBPS Officers conducted a traffic stop and learned the driver, JEFFREY TAYLOR LIKUN was a suspended driver. LIKUN was arrested by TBPS.

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS STILL REFUSING TO TELL THE PUBLIC ABOUT THIS DRUG BUST

Officers learned the back seat male passenger with no seat belt on was JAMES PATRICK GLEN of Toronto. GLEN was on bail conditions with a curfew and to reside in Toronto.

TBPS Officers found over $5000 of cash located in an area next to GLEN.

TBPS Officers also located notebook with the name Sarah Mickelson on it. Inside the notebook, it was titled “DEBT LIST” with names, phone numbers & amounts owed written down.

All individuals were arrested and brought to Balmoral Police Station. During the search of the suspects at the station, TBPS Officers located 50 grams of crack cocaine in a plastic bag on JACQUELYN TRINITY YOUMANS.

Officers learned that YOUMANS had an outstanding criminal charge of drug impaired driving from December 14,2021

They were all remanded into custody.

YOUMANS was ordered released today, Thursday September 29,2022 on $1000 no deposit bail by Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods with conditions:

  • -reside with surety/mother Tammy Youmans
  • -reside with mother on Candy Mountain Road
  • -no weapons
  • -no drugs
  • -no contact with coaccused

YOUMANS cried through most of her court appearance & has another court appearance on October 7,2022

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis is still refusing to tell the public about this drug bust. Hiring TBLAZYWATCH staff to communicate for TBPS has been an absolute disaster.

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Monday September 26,2022

TBPS ARREST FOUR AFTER DRUG BUST ON HARBOUR EXPRESSWAY

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS FAILS TO TELL PUBLIC AGAIN

COCAINE & OVER $5000 CASH SEIZED BY THUNDER BAY POLICE

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers executed a search warrant on a vehicle on the Harbour Expressway yesterday, Sunday September 25,2022 as a result of a drug investigation.

COCAINE & OVER $5000 CASH SEIZED BY THUNDER BAY POLICE

Officers arrested four people.

A 26 year old white male, JAMES PATRICK GLEN of Toronto was criminally charged with:

  • -possession of cocaine for purpose of trafficking
  • -possession of proceeds of crime over $5000
  • -breach of release order (reside in Toronto on 10pm to 7am curfew)

GLEN has outstanding drug charges in Toronto.

A 20 year old white female JACQUELYN TRINITY YOUMANS was criminally charged with:

  • -possession of cocaine for purpose of trafficking
  • -possession of proceeds of crime over $5000

A 35 year old JEFFREY TAYLOR LIKUN of Thunder Bay was criminally charged with:

  • -possession of cocaine for purpose of trafficking
  • -possession of proceeds of crime over $5000
  • -drive while suspended

LIKUN has an extensive criminal record

A 24 year old white female, SARAH MICKELSON of Thunder Bay was criminally charged with:

  • -possession of cocaine for purpose of trafficking
  • -possession of proceeds of crime over $5000
  • -breach of Conditional Sentence Order

MICKELSON was also wanted on a warrant for an additional breach of Conditional Sentence Order but TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis refused to tell the public about it.

All four individuals were held overnight at Balmoral Police Station and remanded into custody this morning, Monday September 26,2022

They all have future court appearances this week.

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis has stopped notifying the public about most drugs busts and arrests. Scott is so lazy and useless that he won’t tell the public about stabbings & robberies either. Hiring TBLAZYWATCH staff to communicate for TBPS has been a disaster for years.

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