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“MISSING” WOMAN ARRESTED BREACHING BAIL BY NIPIGON OPP
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“MISSING” WOMAN ARRESTED BREACHING BAIL BY NIPIGON OPP

NIPIGON, THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~~  September 15, 2022 (LSNews)   Hardworking Nipigon OPP Officers responded to a call in the 100 block of Bell Street last evening, Wednesday September 14,2022.

Officers arrived to learn that a woman who was listed as “MISSING” by Thunder Bay Police was in fact breaching her bail conditions.

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS CAUGHT LYING TO THE PUBLIC AGAIN.

Communications at TBPS has been a disaster for years. Since hiring two TBLAZYWATCH employees to communicate, the public has been fed constant lies about “MISSING” people.

The woman was on bail for violence & supposed to be residing at the John Howard Bail Supervision at 315 Syndicate Street South in Thunder Bay. The woman also has conditions not to attend the address on Bell Street in Nipigon.

A 33 year old AMY AKPALIALUK aka TIGHE was criminally charged with:

  • -breach of release order X 2

AKPALIALUK aka TIGHE spent the night in custody at the Nipigon OPP detachment and is being transported to the Thunder Bay Correctional Center this morning, Thursday September 15,2022.

She has another court appearance on Friday, September 16,2022

Just another lie being told to the public by TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis.

The problem with his lies is that member s of the public might get harmed by them. But Scott doesn’t care.

Acting Chief Dan Taddeo is doing nothing about the lies being told by Paradis. TBLAZYWATCH also assists Paradis in spreading the lies.

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Monday September 12,2022

LOCAL CRIMINAL “MISSING”

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis is busy again telling more lies to the public.

Paradis told the public on Tuesday September 6,2022 that TBPS is requesting public assistance in locating missing person, 33 year old AMY AKPALIALUK.

Family most recently had contact with Amy on Monday, Sept. 5, 2022. Her exact whereabouts were unknown at this time.

Amy is described as an Inuit female standing about 5’6” tall with a thin build. She has long black hair, and brown eyes.

No photo is available for media handout at this time. No clothing descriptors are available at this time.

BUT, PARADIS IS LYING. Police mugshot photos are available as well as her Facebook photos. Paradis is refusing to tell the public about her criminal charges.

SCOTT PARADIS is being paid by to lie to the taxpaying public who pay his salary. Acting Chief Dan Taddeo is doing nothing about this.

AKPALIALUK has outstanding criminal charges of:

  • -assault (November 6,2019)
  • -assault (May 13,2022)
  • -breach of probation
  • -breach of release order

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