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First Nations teen files complaint against Thunder Bay police after street check - Thunder Bay - CBC News

30.9.15

First Nations teen files complaint against Thunder Bay police after street check - Thunder Bay - CBC News: She asked again and the police "finally said 'we will let you go, but this is not over,'" Moonias said. "They sounded so aggressive. I walked back to class. I felt so terrified."

A school official took Moonias to the police station to file a report about the incident.

In a written response, Thunder Bay police said it would be inappropriate to comment directly on the complaint.

"Officers will from time to time, have the need to speak with members of the public," stated police spokesperson Chris Adams. "The Thunder Bay Police Service does not arbitrarily stop persons to collect personal information."


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