Social Links Search User Login Menu
Tools
Close
Close

Latest Crime News

SPENCE COURT BEAR SPRAY ATTACKERS ARRESTED BY TBPS
TBay Courthouse
/ Categories: Crime

SPENCE COURT BEAR SPRAY ATTACKERS ARRESTED BY TBPS

Westfort Ward

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  January 24, 2023  (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to a call yesterday afternoon, Monday January 23,2023 at Thunder Bay Social Housing (Spence Court) located at 230 Amelia Street West. 

TBPS Officers attended second floor Apartment 205 where they found local criminal BRODIE GALLINGER  with a wet cloth across his eyes.  He had allegedly been bear sprayed by two males. 

TBPS Officers reviewed the security surveillance in the building and observed two males attending Apartment 205.  One with bear spray behind his back and the other with a knife. 

Security footage showed them enter Apartment 205 where they spent 11 minutes. 

The surveillance video showed them rapidly exiting.  The suspects had also damaged a wall in the Thunder Bay Social Housing Building. 

Security footage showed the two male suspects head upstairs and enter apartment 305. 

TBPS Officers arrested a white male and an indigenous male suspect on the third floor. 

The indigenous male suspect was found to be in possession of fentanyl, crack cocaine and methamphetamine. 

A 20 year old white male, AIDEN JAMES FRENETTE was criminally charged with:

  • -assault with a weapon (bear spray)on Brodie Gallinger 
  • -possession of a weapon for purpose dangerous to public (bear spray) 
  • -mischief (damage to wall of Spence Court) 

A 41 year old indigenous male, CHRISTOPHER GORDON KRIEGER (February 26,1981) was criminally charged with:

  • -assault with a weapon (bear spray)on Brodie Gallinger 
  • -possession of a weapon for purpose dangerous to public (bear spray) 
  • -mischief (damage to wall of Spence Court) 
  • -breach of bail (house arrest at all times) 
  • -possession of crack cocaine
  • -possession of fentanyl 
  • -possession of methamphetamine 

KRIEGER has outstanding criminal charges 

KRIEGER & FRENETTE spent the night in a jail cell at Balmoral Police Station. 

KRIEGER was transported to the Thunder Bay Jail this morning, Tuesday January 24,2023. 

KRIEGER has a court appearance scheduled on Friday January 27,2023. 

AIDEN FRENETTE was ordered released on $100 no deposit bail by Justice of the Peace Tobey Meyer with conditions:

  • -reside at 406 Syndicate Avenue North 
  • -no weapons 
  • -no contact with BRODIE GALLINGER  or CHRISTOPHER KRIEGER 

FRENETTE has a court appearance scheduled on March 6,2023 

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis hasn’t told the public about these arrests or any past arrests of CHRISTOPHER KRIEGER. 

Editors Notes:
This type of Crime will only increase as long as City Council and their Drug Department consider the Criminal Use of Drugs as an illness 

Time for City Council members to stop supporting the Criminal use of illegal Use of Drugs 

READ MORE ON CHRISTOPHER KRIEGER BELOW 

*****************************

March 21,2018

CRACK COCAINE CAPER BY CHRIS KRIEGER CAPTURES 18 MONTHS JAIL CUSTODY.  

A handcuffed 37 year old CHRISTOPHER GORDON KRIEGER (February 26,1981) appeared in Courtroom 303 on March 21,2018 to be sentenced by Her Honour, Justice Chantal Brochu for two criminal charges of:

  • -robbery
  • -failing to appear in court. 

KRIEGER was found guilty of these crimes in 2017.  He was supposed to be sentenced on November 21,2017 but didn’t show up for court. 

A bench warrant was issued and he was arrested by hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers on December 24,2017 and has been in the Thunder Bay Jail  ever since. 

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis failed to tell the public that KRIEGER was ever wanted or arrested. 

KRIEGER is about 5’7” tall, medium build with tattoo on neck wearing light gray track pants with darker gray long sleeve shirt and long black ponytail. 

KRIEGER represented by lawyer Leon Nicol and the Crown Attorney is Gordon Fillmore. 

ADMITTED FACTS 

Finding of facts in court were that on the evening of November 30,2016 , the female victim of the robbery received her monthly cheque and cashed it. 

KRIEGER had received his monthly cheque for ODSP (his disability is not known) that day as well and had already spent all his money on crack cocaine and wanted more. 

KRIEGER waited and watched outside a crack house on Prince Arthur Blvd. 

The female victim came to buy crack cocaine for her Aunt and when she was leaving to go deliver the crack, she was attacked by KRIEGER from behind. 

KRIEGER held her in a headlock, waving a screwdriver in her face saying that he was going to kill her if she didn’t give him drugs. 

KRIEGER fled with the female victim’s Samsung Galaxy phone and 3 - 20$ bills but no crack cocaine. 

KRIEGER has a lengthy adult and youth criminal record. He has numerous convictions of violence and theft.  He’s had several conditional sentences (house arrest) in the past. KRIEGER has several convictions for breaching court orders. 

Provincial Crown Attorney Gordon Fillmore requested a penitentiary sentence of 4 to 6 years. 

Defence lawyer Leon Nicol originally wanted no custody but concedes that 6 to 8 months would be appropriate. 

Justice Chantal Brochu reviews the Gladue factors. 

KRIEGER is a status member from Goulais Bay 15 Indian Reserve near Sault Ste Marie. His mother went to residential school and he was a witness to domestic violence in the home. 

KRIEGER has 5 children ages 3 to 15 years whom he does not support. 

The victim impact statement was reviewed. The victim is fearful leaving her home now and has anxiety attacks. 

Justice Brochu points out that KRIEGER saw himself as a victim throughout the court process.  

This sentence requires deterrence and denunciation. 

Justice Brochu is ready to read the sentence. 

KRIEGER is sentenced to 18 months in jail on top of the 88 days he’s already spent in custody. 

Pre-sentence Custody is recognized but won’t be credited. 

Justice Brochu says this sentence is in the lower end of the sentencing range. KRIEGER will most likely be released from custody in about 12 months. He’s also getting 12 months probation, a DNA ORDER and lifetime weapon prohibition. He must attend all programs required including substance and alcohol abuse. He receives 30 days concurrent for failing to show up for his sentencing on November 21, 2017

KRIEGER’S mother and another female relative are in the back of courtroom.  The mother is crying as KRIEGER is led out of the Courtroom by Thunder Bay Police to begin serving his sentence. 

Local taxpayer subsidized media failed to report this robbery or sentence. 

#LSN_Crime #LSN_TBay #LSN_TBPS #LSN_WelfareHousing  #LSN_FirstNation  #LSN_TBayCourthouse

Below Please Rate and Share this story 
To help us learn what is important to you
 

Real Thunder Bay Court House-Inside Edition
Thunder Bay Court House Inside Edition

Real Thunder Bay Courthouse
  Inside Edition

Citizen Journalist with over 30 years of experience observing court cases 

 Thunder Bay Courthouse Inside Edition was running for almost 7 years with no complaints or problems from the Courts.
Check out our Facebook page by clicking here
Send your Crime news tips to 
[email protected] 

Thunder Bay Police Service BoardTBPSB website 
The views expressed in this article are solely those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by Lake Superior News / Lake Superior Media.

 

Previous Article CURRENT RIVER DRUG DEALER SENTENCED TO TIME SERVED
Next Article WANTED ROBBER ARRESTED BY TBPS STEALING LIQUOR
Print
Rate this article:
5.0
15Upvote 0Downvote

Follow LSN on Twitter

Sex Offenders City of Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay and Area Homicides  2022  

Thunder Bay and Area Homicides  2021  

 

No Date Victim Charged  
Homicide #6 Thunder Bay Dec 18 BRIAN JACOB WYER SHANE KRUCHAK TBPS ARREST SUSPECT IN MURDER OF BRIAN WYERTBPS ARREST SUSPECT IN MURDER OF BRIAN WYER

Nov 4

 

SpeCONRAD JOSEPH BANNONnce Court 

  Westfort Ward's 3rd Murder 2021
 
Nov 19

STEVEN BURNS
Part Ave 

  WHAT REALLY HAPPENED IN THE STABBING DEATH OF STEVEN BURNS?
  Jordon Lapointe
147 Frederica St
  4th MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED IN WESTFORT FIRE BOMBING
June 29   DUSTIN DENNIS MOFFATT WESTFORT KILLER WAS WANTED ON WARRANTS
May 10 Liam Slipperjack.   Update LIMBRICK STREET MURDER OF LIAM SLIPPERJACK
         

 

Text/HTML

Add Content...

Homicides 2022

No Date  Victim Charged  
         
Aug 2   Harriet GRAY Homicide #10  Manslaughter charge laid in death of senior
July 29, 2022 CHARLIE RITCH   Thunder Bay's Murder #9 East End
June 26 AIDEN CUNNINGHAM DANIEL BRAYDEN KEEFE Homicide #8  MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED
June 24 JOHN RUEBEN. JOSEPH HUBBARD 904 Miles Street 
WANTED “MISSING” MAN ARRESTED FOR MURDER
Jun3 17  ALAN CORY ESQUEGA    SADISTIC RAPIST BEATEN TO DEATH WITH BASEBALL BAT
  June 8 

Not released
Now say this death is not being counted as a homicide

 

  Sudden Death #6 Junot Park
June 5 Tyrese BELMORE   Thunder Bay 5th Homicide Victim identified
May 23 CODY BULMER DANIEL BLAIS 2nd MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED
May 15  JAMES  CHAPAIS JAIME OSMAR WANTED MURDER SUSPECT ON BAIL CAPTURED BY THUNDER BAY POLICE
May 2 Adrian Anthony Richardson
Hoddar Ave 
  TBay Homicide #2 Toronto Gang War in Current River
         
Jan 26, Antoine BOUCHARD,
325 Bethune Street
  MURDER on BETHUNE STREET 2022
         
         

 

Daily Court Listing

Latest News

No content

A problem occurred while loading content.

Previous Next

Northern Ontario

«February 2023»
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
303112345
6789101112
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
13
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
14
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
15
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
16
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
17
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
18
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
19
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
20
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
21
Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

Call for Applications January 6th: Community Services Recovery Fund

KENORA, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022  (LSNews)   The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery. The Kenora and Lake of the Woods Community Foundation is working with community foundations across Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, and United Ways to distribute funding. This fund supports Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. 

#:SN_NorWest  #LSN_SSM  #LSN_NorthBay #LSN_TBay 

Read more
22
Porter Airlines adds Calgary to its list of new destinations

Porter Airlines adds Calgary to its list of new destinations

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~  Decem ber 15, 2022 (LSNews)  Porter Airlines is adding Calgary to its growing network, with flights between Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Calgary International Airport (YYC). The route will be served with its state-of-the-art Embraer E195-E2 aircraft. 

#LSN_Econ  #LSN_TBay 

Read more
23242526
272812345
678
Nominations now being accepted ATHENA Award®

Nominations now being accepted ATHENA Award®

SAULT STE MARIE, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  January 16, 2023  (LSNews )  The Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for its annual ATHENA® Leadership Award, to be presented at The Difference Makers: Women in Business breakfast on Wednesday March 8, 2023 (International Women's Day).

#LSN-Econ  #LSN_SSM  

Read more
9101112

Social Media

 Twitter Lake Superior New  Face Book Lake Superior News  Lake Superior Circle Tour Calendar  You Tube Lake Superior News

Back To Top