THIEVING CRACKHEAD PLEADS GUILTY & IS BEING RELEASED
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~~ September 9, 2022 (LNews) A 36 year old TYRONE JOSEPH GAGNON appeared by video from the Thunder Bay Correctional Center this afternoon, Friday September 9,2022 before Justice Claudia Belda Perez to plead guilty to several crimes as part of a plea deal.
Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers were called at 9:38am on December 23,2021 regarding an intoxicated male carrying several power tools on Northern Avenue.
Officers located the man on Prince Arthur Boulevard carrying a stolen chainsaw, heat gun & Dewalt tools. Officers learned these tools had been stolen from Mileage Auto Plus at 230 Simpson Street from a break & enter the day before. TBPS Officers learned the suspect was on probation.
GAGNON is guilty of possession of stolen property and breach of probation.
A break & enter occurred at a trailer located behind the NorWest Community Health Center on May 5,2022 between 12:30am & 4:30am. The break & enter was captured on surveillance video. Over $5000 in items were stolen & over $5000 damage was caused. GAGNON was on probation & bail at the time. GAGNON is guilty of mischief over $5000 & break & enter.
Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers were called at 2:46pm on May 14,2022 regarding a break and enter at 123 May Street South.
GAGNON has used bolt cutters to cut padlock on gate and tried kicking in the door of the home. The homeowner surprised GAGNON and GAGNON fled.
GAGNON was arrested nearby with bolt cutters & crack cocaine while on probation & bail.
GAGNON is guilty of:
- -possession of break enter tools.
- -breach of release order
GAGNON has been in custody since May 14,2022
TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis refused to tell the public about any of these crimes.
The Provincial Crown & Defence Attorney have a joint submission for Her Honour to consider.
TYRONE JOSEPH GAGNON is a drug addict and has fathered three children. He’s originally from Fort Hope. This is the longest period of custody he has served. His deceased father went to residential school. GAGNON is addicted to smoking crack.
GAGNON has served 117 days in jail which will be enhanced to 176 days of time served. It is proposed that GAGNON serve a 6 month Community Sentence Order with 18 months of probation. A DNA order is also proposed.
GAGNON tells the court that “I’m sorry for the harm caused to the community”
Justice Belda Perez accepts the joint submission and sentences GAGNON.
GAGNON is being released from the Correctional Center today, Friday September 9,2022
LOCAL TAXPAYER SUBSIDIZED NEWS LIKE TBLAZYWATCH & CBC REFUSED TO REPORT ANY OF THIS TO THE PUBLIC
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CRACKHEAD ON BAIL BUSTED DOING BREAK & ENTER ON MAY STREET SOUTH
TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS IS REFUSING TO TELL THE PUBLIC AGAIN
Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to a break & enter call yesterday, Saturday May 14,2022 at 123 May Street South.
Officers responded quickly and arrested a male suspect who had bolt cutters and crack cocaine in his possession.
A 35 year old TYRONE JOSEPH GAGNON was criminally charged with:
- -break & enter
- -breach of release order (not be outside home with intoxicating substances in body)
- -possession of break & enter instrument (bolt cutters)
- -mischief (damage to door and padlock)
- -possession of crack cocaine
GAGNON has numerous outstanding criminal charges.
GAGNON was held overnight at Balmoral Police Station and made a video bail court appearance this morning, Sunday May 15,2022 before Justice of the Peace Shiree Scribner.
Federal Crown Attorney Misbah Haque told the court that the Federal Crown will withdraw the possession of crack cocaine charge.
Provincial Crown Attorney Andrew Sadler is intent on prosecuting GAGNON
GAGNON was remanded into custody at the Thunder Bay Jail and has another court appearance on Tuesday May 17,2022
Sadly, TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis has failed to tell the public again.
TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis & his boss, Director of Communications Chris Adams have repeatedly ignored their job duties and put public safety at risk.
They won’t even tell the public about most break & enters or arrests.
Nor will he they show pictures of criminals to the public.
TBPS Police Chief Sylvie Hauth permits this laziness & incompetence to occur. Her leadership at TBPS is currently under criminal investigation by the OPP. Having two former TBLAZYWATCH employees working in communications at TBPS has been a disaster for years.
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TBPS OFFICERS ARREST CANADIAN TIRE B&E SUSPECT
AND THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS WON’T TELL THE PUBLIC ABOUT THIS
Hardworking TBPS officers responded to the Canadian Tire on Fort William Road last evening and arrested a criminal breaking into a storage container belonging to the store. It’s alleged the criminal had a set of bolt cutters in his possession.
A 34 year old TYRONE JOSEPH GAGNON was arrested and criminally charged with:
- -break and enter (Canadian Tire storage container)
- -possession of break & enter tool (bolt cutters)
- -breach of release order
GAGNON was held at the Balmoral Police Station and appeared by video before His Worship, Justice of the Peace Bernard Caron this morning, Friday April 30,2021.
GAGNON has outstanding criminal charges from last September involving drugs (see more below).
The Provincial Crown Attorney would not consent to the release of GAGNON. He was remanded into custody and is being transported to the Thunder Bay Jail. His next court appearance is Wednesday May 5,2021.
As per usual practice, the Director Of Communications at TBPS will not be notifying the public about this arrest. He receives in excess of 135 000 taxpayer dollars annually to communicate but has great difficulty doing that. Hiring an ad salesman from TBLAZYWATCH to direct communications has been a disaster for years. Police Chief Hauth, Mayor Bill Mauro and the Poluce Services Board all do nothing to improve the performance of the Director.
DRIVING HIGH AGAIN
FENTANYL & COCAINE FOUND ON IMPAIRED DRIVER BY HARDWORKING THUNDER BAY POLICE OFFICERS.
As per usual practice, the lazy Director of Communications at TBPS won’t be notifying the public. He has a special soy day planned.
Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers noticed a running vehicle parked outside a known drug house early this morning, Saturday September 5,2020 before 6am. As it pulled away, Officers iniatiated a traffic stop. The operator of the vehicle was determined to be impaired by a Drug Recognition Expert at TBPS. He was also found with cocaine & fentanyl in his possession.
A 34 year old TYRONE JOSEPH GAGNON of Thunder Bay was criminally charged with:
- -impaired driving by drugs
- -possession of cocaine
- -possession of fentanyl
GAGNON spent the morning in a jail cell at Balmoral Police Station and appeared by video in Bail Court before His Worship, Justice of the Peace Marcel Donio.
GAGNON was also previously arrested on June 28,2020 for drug impaired driving. The lazy Director Of Communications at TBPS didn’t tell the public about that either.
Provincial Crown Attorney Trevor Jukes agrees to release GAGNON on a $300 no deposit release order with conditions:
- -not to occupy the drivers seat of any conveyance
- -not to be in possession of any illegal drugs
- -curfew of 9pm to 7am
- -must present himself at door for curfew compliance checks by TBPS
- -must reside at home on 800 block of Alberta Street.
His next court appearance is October 6,2020
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