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WANTED THIEF ARRESTED BY TBPS STEALING AGAIN
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WANTED THIEF ARRESTED BY TBPS STEALING AGAIN

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  September 19, 2022  (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to reports of a thief at Marshalls store at the Intercity Shopping Center yesterday, Sunday September 18,2022.

Officers located the thief and made the arrest. They also learned the woman was on probation & also wanted on a warrant for stealing liquor from the LCBO at 1095 Arthur Street West on August 15,2022

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS ISN’T TELLING THE PUBLIC ABOUT WANTED PEOPLE OR ARRESTS AGAIN

A 38 year old ASHLEY DEIDRE TOSET was criminally charged with:

  • -theft under $5000 X 2
  • -breach of probation X 2

TOSET has outstanding criminal charges of theft and breaching probation.

TOSET was held overnight at Balmoral Police Station and transported to the Thunder Bay Correctional Center today, Monday September 19,2022

TOSET has a court appearance on Friday September 23,2022

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis isn’t telling the public about thefts or wanted people. Hiring TBLAZYWATCH staff to communicate for TBPS has been a disaster for years.

READ MORE ON ASHLEY DEIDRE TOSET BELOW

THUNDER BAY POLICE ARREST LOCAL THIEF AGAIN
Real Canadian Wholesale Club at 319 Fort William Road

THUNDER BAY POLICE ARREST LOCAL THIEF AGAIN

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May 18,2022

LOCAL THIEF ARRESTED AGAIN

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS NOT TELLING PUBLIC AGAIN

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to a call of theft yesterday, Tuesday May 17,2022 at the Real Canadian Wholesale Club at 319 Fort William Road.

Officers investigated and located a suspect.

A 38 year old ASHLEY DEIDRE TOSET was arrested and criminally charged with:

-theft under $5000

TOSET has 5 outstanding criminal informations.

TOSET was held overnight at Balmoral Police Station and transported to the Thunder Bay Correctional Center today, Wednesday May 18,2022

Her next court appearance is on May 25,2022

READ MORE ON ASHLEY TOSET BELOW

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September 25,2021

LOCAL THIEF ARRESTED FOR STEALING….AGAIN

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS NOT TELLING THE PUBLIC…AGAIN

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded quickly to investigate a theft at the Real Canadian Superstore on Carrick Street yesterday, Saturday September 4,2021.

TBPS Officers investigated and discovered a very familiar face.

A 37 year old ASHLEY DEIDRE TOSET was arrested and criminally charged with:

-theft under $5000

-breach of probation order

TOSET was held overnight at the Balmoral Police Station and appeared by phone in Bail Court this morning before Justice of the Peace Pat Clysdale Cornell who promptly released her on conditions:

-report address to Thunder Bay Police

-do not attend the Superstore

TOSET was released with a future court appearance

As per usual practice, the Director of Communications at TBPS is not telling the public again. His local taxpayer subsidized media buddies at TBLAZYWATCH & CBC also say nothing.

READ MORE ON ASHLEY TOSET BELOW

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July 23,2021

WANTED THIEF ARRESTED BY HARDWORKING TBPS OFFICERS

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS DOESN’T TELL THE PUBLIC AGAIN

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers were busy again last evening, Thursday July 22,2021 arresting a wanted thief.

It’s alleged that on July 14,2021 that ASHLEY DEIDRE TOSET stole several items from the Real Canadian Superstore while on probation

It’s further alleged that she repeated this feat one week later on July 21,2021.

Despite being wanted on warrants for over a week, the Director of Communications at TBPS never told the public.

A 36 year old ASHLEY DEIDRE TOSET was arrested yesterday, Thursday July 22,2021 by hardworking TBPS Officers and criminally charged with:

  • -theft under $5000 X 2
  • -breach of probation x 2

TOSET spent the night in custody at Balmoral Police Station and appeared in Bail Court today, Friday July 23,2021.

The court learned that TOSET has outstanding criminal charges of:

-break and enter November 25,2020

-breach of probation X 3 from November 25,2020 & December 29,2020

TOSET was remanded into custody at the Thunder Bay Correctional Center and has a future court appearance next week.

The lazy Director Of Communications At TBPS never told the public about this.

MORE ON ASHLEY TOSET BELOW

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October 29,2019

FORMER WANTED WEDNESDAY STAR GETS ARRESTED FOR ROBBERY & ASSAULT.

RARE MEDIA RELEASE BY THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS

Thunder Bay Police Service officers with the Uniform Patrol Branch responded to reports of a robbery at a convenience store in the 100 block of Cumberland Street North that had occurred just after 10 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28.

When police arrived they learned a female suspect had entered the store and began to take store merchandise without paying. Staff witnessing the theft requested the accused return the items.

The suspect then threw cola bottles at staff as they attempted to stop her. The suspect threatened staff with a newspaper stand before breaking it and attempting to break a glass door with the metal shelf.

Officers located and arrested the suspect minutes after arriving on scene.

ASHLEY DEIDRE TOSET, 35, of Thunder Bay is charged with Assault with a Weapon, Robbery, and Mischief Under $5,000.

She appeared in bail court Tuesday and was remanded into custody with a future appearance date.

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October 29,2019

FORMER WANTED WEDNESDAY STAR GETS ARRESTED FOR ROBBERY & ASSAULT.

Thunder Bay Police Service officers with the Uniform Patrol Branch responded to reports of a robbery at a convenience store in the 100 block of Cumberland Street North that had occurred just after 10 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28, 2019

When police arrived they learned a female suspect had entered the store and began to take store merchandise without paying. Staff witnessing the theft requested the accused return the items.

The suspect then threw cola bottles at staff as they attempted to stop her. The suspect threatened staff with a newspaper stand before breaking it and attempting to break a glass door with the metal shelf.

Officers located and arrested the suspect minutes after arriving on scene.

A 35 year old ASHLEY DEIDRE TOSET

of Thunder Bay is charged with:

  • -Assault with a Weapon, -Robbery,
  • -Mischief Under $5,000.

 

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