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MAN WHO CAUSED GERALDTON SCHOOL LOCKDOWN ARRESTED
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MAN WHO CAUSED GERALDTON SCHOOL LOCKDOWN ARRESTED

RELEASED BY COURT THIS MORNING ON $2500 NO DEPOSIT BAIL

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~  November 12, 2021  (LSNews)  A man with a history of violence and drug use caused a couple schools in Geraldton to go on lockdown yesterday, Thursday November 11,2021

A 27 year old BRADLEY BROUSSEAU was under court ordered probation conditions not to be within 200 meters of the B.A. Parker Public School at 500 Second Street West in Geraldton, but he showed up there unexpectedly causing the staff to be in fear.

A man with a history of violence and drug use caused a couple schools in Geraldton to go on lockdown yesterday, Thursday November 11,2021

A 27 year old BRADLEY BROUSSEAU was under court ordered probation conditions not to be within 200 meters of the B.A. Parker Public School at 500 Second Street West in Geraldton, but he showed up there unexpectedly causing the staff to be in fear.

The public school & high school went into lockdown as Greenstone OPP were called.

BROUSSEAU was criminally charged with:

  • -breach of probation

He spent the night in a jail cell at the Greenstone OPP detachment and appeared by phone in Thunder Bay Bail Court this morning, Friday November 12,2021 where he was promptly released by Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods on $2500 no deposit bail with conditions:

  • -stay away from the school and specific students and staff

BROUSSEAU has a future court date of December 9,2021

The court didn’t put much consideration into this school being locked down or the victims

Inside Edition sources indicate that TBLAZYWATCH was notified of this school lockdown but did not consider it newsworthy

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