Baseball bats were used in connection with two separate incidents in the city Tuesday, the North Bay Police Service said.
In the first, police allege that an arguement ensued between a man and a woman while they were out for a drive.
The argument escalated to the point, police allege that the woman took a bat and struck the man a couple of times.
Constables Scott McFarlane and Penny Kerr of the North Bay Police Service received the call and attended near an athletic field within the city. They then effected an arrest in relation to this incident. Both parties knew each other.
Denise MOORE, 35, of Mariah Street, in North Bay, is charged with assault with a weapon. She is to attend court on the July 5.
Earlier in the day another man and woman who know each other got into an argument within a residence in North Bay. This argument escalated to the point where the man threw an object at the woman causing her to receive a cut requiring her to attend the hospital for stitches. The woman in turn assaulted the man with a baseball bat.
Henry Fisher, 51, of McLeod Street, is charged with assault causing bodily harm. He was kept in custody awaiting a bail hearing.
Linda TOSET, 41, of McLeod Street, is charged with two counts of assault with a weapon and is to attend court on June 29.
Here is the rest of this morning's police report:
THEFT OF BOAT & MOTOR
On June 28 a homeowner on Lakeside Drive in North Bay noticed his boat and motor missing from the Trout Lake waterfront.
This boat is described as a 14&1/2 foot aluminium OMC boat, with ROUGHNECK in large letters written on the sides. It had a white and green 6.5 HP Johnston outboard motor on it. The boat’s registration number is 29E30430.
BREAK AND ENTERS
On June 28 between the hours of 12:15 AM and 1:25 AM thieves forced open a door to a portable building at the North Bay Parry Sound Health Unit on Commercial Street. Once inside thieves stole a black IBM laptop computer, model #2378. The value is $3000.
On June 28 at approximately 10 AM a homeowner surprised a man attempting to crawl into the bedroom window of this home in the 500 block of McLeod Street. He was confronted, and the intruder produced a knife, and then left the scene. Later the homeowner noticed that the tires on his bicycle were slashed.
Anyone with information on this crime or any other is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 476-8477.