A 17-year-old North Bay boy has been arrested an charged after he allegedly brandished.
The incident took place July 20, the North Bay Police Service said, when the boy allegedly exposed himself to a woman, began to masturbate and then got into a fight with the woman’s boyfriend, who was at the scene.
The boy then went into a residence and allegedly returned with a handgun and threatened the boyfriend and another woman.
Constables Dave Wilson and Jason Long of the North Bay Police Service were called and arrested the boy, who cannot be named under the Canada Youth and Justice Act, in relation to these incidents.
He is charged with possession of a dangerous weapon, assault (for allegedly spitting on the boyfriend), committing an indecent act and two counts of threatening. He was kept in custody awaiting a bail hearing.
Here is the rest of this morning's police report:
On July 20 Det. Cst. Barry Ramsay of the Investigative Section in the North Bay Police Service arrested a female in relation to false allegations. These allegations consisted of complaints of sexual assault by a male over the past sixmonths. These allegations proved to be false.
Tanya CRAMER, 20, of Marshall Ave. E is charged with public mischief and is to appear in court Aug. 23.
Between Feb. and May of this year it is alleged that an employee of Mac’s Milk Store on Cassells St. took over $6,800 in cash.
Det. Cst. James Warren of the Investigative Section of the North Bay Police Service arrested a female in relation to these incidents on July 20.
Nancy BAILEY, 31, of Highway 11 North, is charged with theft over $5000. She is to appear in court Aug. 30.
On May 21 shortly before 1 AM, Cst. Richard Hampel and other officers of the North Bay Police Service received a call to attend the intersection of Second Avenue and Cassells Street. The officers attended and saw a male who had been injured and was then transported to the hospital by the North Bay Ambulance.
It is alleged that an attack took place near the intersection of Second Avenue and John Sreet.
Further, it's alleged that this attack involved four males who assaulted the victim with a baseball bat and stabbed him. They then stole his back pack containing a Sony Discman and various papers.
The victim suffered scrapes and bumps to his head and knees. He also had a deep stab wound to his back.
The suspects are described as four Native males, all about 18.
1-white t shirt, black shorts, white bandana on forearm and carrying an aluminium bat
2-short male about 5’5
3-tall male about 6’ and thin build
On July 20 during the evening hours Cst. Ross Lingley of the North Bay Police Service attended a residence within the city. This call was in relation to an eviction. When the officer arrived there was a complaint of an alleged assault against a woman by a man. It is further alleged that the woman received injuries to her ribs by being kicked in that area. She was brought to the hospital.
Russell ROY, 51, of Lakeshore Drive, is charged with assault. He remains in custody awaiting a bail hearing.
Overnight on July 19 thieves stole a vehicle from a driveway in the 600 block of Memorial Drive. This vehicle is described as a 1996 Chev pick up, red in colour with a bronze stripe down the side, bronze lightning on the door, bronze “Chev” letters on the tailgate with 4X4 also written in bronze. The plates were Ontario # 848 8CV.