The North Bay Police Service has arrested and charged three out-of-town men in relation to two separate incidents Saturday.
The first took place at approximately 12:30 AM police received a call to attend a local bar regarding a man allegedly brandishing a knife. Various officers attended and located two males nearby and arrested them.
Jonathan STENCIL, 20, of Kingsway Avenue, in Sudbury, is charged with possession of a dangerous weapon, and possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.
A second Sudbury man is charged with possession of a dangerous weapon, possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and breach of conditions.
Both were kept in custody awaiting a bail hearing.
In the second incident a man allegedly exposed himself to a neighbour and eventually allegedly brandished a knife at this same neighbour after an argument. Constables Randy Adair and Scott Buchanan of the North Bay Police Service attended and arrested a male subject in relation to this alleged offence.
Mickey COLLINASSI, of Brookside Avenue, in Kelowna, British Columbia, is charged with possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and causing a disturbance by an indecent exhibition. He was kept in custody awaiting a bail hearing.
Here is the rest of this morning's police report:
On July 31 shortly after midnight two North Bay Police Service officers were in the process of making an arrest within the North Bay waterfront area. At this time one of the officers was jumped on by a 17-year-old male who began punching the officer in the head. The other officer was injured in this melee. A 17-year-old male has been charged with assaulting a police officer and obstructing a police officer. He is to appear in court Sept. 6.
On July 31 during the afternoon, a man allegedly uttered threats at a woman known to him. Constables Aaron Northrup and Larry Asselin of the North Bay Police Service arrested a man in relation to this incident.
Richard BURKE, 47 , of McNamara Street, is charged with uttering threats and was kept in custody awaiting a bail hearing.
BREAK AND ENTERS
Between July 28 and 31 thieves drilled into a plastic lock on a window pane and gained entry to a home in the 100 block of Fourth Avenue W. Once inside they stole a large quantity of cash (both Canadian & American) and collector coins as well as jewellery.
Between July 27 and 31 thieves entered an unlocked garage of a residence within the 1100 block of Northshore Road. They stole a white 15 speed Norco Mountain bicycle valued at $1000.
Anyone with information on these crimes or any other is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 476-8477.