TBPS ARREST SUSPECT IN MURDER OF BRIAN WYER
Murder #6 May at Arthur Streets
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ December 19, 2021 (LSNews) Inside Edition has learned that an arrest was made on Saturday December 18,2021 for the stabbing murder of BRIAN JACOB WYER at 238 May Street South
Unfortunately, TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis has not told the public about the murder yet, but Inside Edition has learned that 35 year old BRIAN JACOB WYER was stabbed to death before 6 am at 238 May Street South.
BRIAN WYER managed to run out the back of the building where he collapsed from his injuries in a pool of his own blood.
Sources indicate this murder was drug related
Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers investigated and criminally charged SHANE FRANKLIN KRUCHAK with the second degree murder of BRIAN JACOB WYER
WYER was just released on bail a few days ago to go live with his mother on Mission Road for an incident of violence on a woman.
KRUCHAK spent the day at Balmoral Police Station and was transported to the Thunder Bay Jail today.
He has a court appearance later this week on Wednesday December 22,2021
In Canada, murder is an automatic detention order and only a Superior Court Justice can grant bail.
Sadly, TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis hasn’t even told the public about the murder or arrest
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