Mar 04, 2016

Lawsuit victory - Tbnewswatch.com Thunder Bay News

THUNDER BAY – The city police board has been ordered to pay $1.6 million to a local auto parts company as a result of an investigation conducted more than 15 years ago. Earlier this week the Superior Court of Justice Judge Helen Pierce ruled in favour of Central Auto Parts in a civil suit against the Thunder Bay Police Service, finding police conducted a negligent investigation...

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