Weekend Occurrences

Weekend Occurrences

Over the weekend, North Bay Police responded to 250 calls for service, and arrested and charged 11 people with the following offences:

  • One person was charged with one count of cause disturbance by fighting; one count of assault; and three counts of breach of probation;
  • One person was charged with one count of criminal harassment;
  • Two people were charged with two counts of domestic assault;
  • One person was charged with assault causing bodily harm;
  • One person was charged with one count of domestic assault;
  • Three people were charged with public intoxication;
  • One person was charged with theft under $5000 (shoplifting); and
  • One person was charged with one count of theft under $5000 and one count of breach of OIC undertaking.

Cyclist struck by SUV – Public’s assistance sought

The North Bay Police Service continues to investigate a motor vehicle collision that occurred at approximately 7:30 p.m. on Saturday August 8th. A female cyclist was transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after she was struck by an SUV on Jane Street at Clarence Street.

The North Bay Police Service requests the public’s assistance in this investigation. Anyone who was at the scene who witnessed the collision is asked to contact Constable Hampel at 705-497-5555.

Amherstburg man faces charges for assault

On Sunday morning, following an investigation into a report of an assault, North Bay Police arrested and charged Gregory Matthew Wood, age 33 of Amherstburg, Ontario with:

  • One count of cause disturbance by fighting;
  • One count of assault; and
  • Three counts of breach of probation.

It is alleged that at approximately 10:32 a.m. on Sunday August 23rd, 2015, outside near the corner of Algonquin Avenue at the bypass, an argument between the accused and a 43-year old male victim turned violent when the accused physically assaulted him. Police arrived while the fight was still in progress and arrested the accused at the scene.

The victim was transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The accused was held in custody pending a bail hearing.

North Bay man faces charges for domestic assault

Shortly before 6 p.m. on Sunday August 23rd, at police headquarters, following an investigation into a report of domestic assault, North Bay Police arrested and charged a 30-year old North Bay man with two counts of assault.

It is alleged that on two separate occasions, in November 2014 and in April 2015, the accused physically assaulted his common-law spouse in their residence following verbal arguments.

The accused was held in custody for bail.

In the interest of protecting the victim’s identity, the North Bay Police Service will not be releasing the name of the accused.

Callander man faces charges for domestic assault

On Saturday, following an investigation into a report of a domestic dispute, North Bay Police arrested and charged a 24-year old Callander man with two counts of assault.

It is alleged that on two separate occasions in the month of August, the accused physically assaulted his common law spouse following verbal arguments that took place in their residence. The accused attended police headquarters on Saturday August 22nd, 2015 at 3:35 a.m., where he was arrested and held in custody for a bail hearing.

In the interest of protecting the victim’s identity, the North Bay Police Service will not be releasing the name of the accused.

Help is available for victims of domestic violence
The North Bay Police Service asks victims of domestic violence who are in an emergency situation, requiring immediate help, to call 911. If you would like to talk to someone about your domestic situation but do not feel ready to talk to police, Victim Services of Nipissing District can provide you with emotional and practical support. For more information, call 705-472-2649, or visit victimservicesnipissing.com.

North Bay man faces charges for assault causing bodily harm

Following a report of a downtown disturbance early Sunday morning, North Bay Police arrested Paul Raymond Johnson, age 24, of North Bay at the scene and charged him with one count of assault causing bodily harm.

It is alleged that at approximately 1:45 a.m. on Sunday, August 23rd 2015, outside on Second Avenue West, the accused physically assaulted a male victim.

The victim was transported to hospital. The accused was released from custody with a court date scheduled for October 6th, 2015.

The investigation continues.