Arrest in North Bay City Hall Stabbing

Arrest in North Bay City Hall Stabbing

Male Arrested in December Stabbing Incident at City Hall

On December 29th, 2023, members of the North Bay Police Service responded to a stabbing incident in a parking lot outside City Hall, on McIntyre Street in North Bay. Subsequent to this incident, the same male was involved in a robbery on January 8th, 2024. As a result of these investigations two arrest warrants were issued for the accused.

On February 6th, officers from the North Bay Police Service attended a Lakeshore Drive address and located the accused and took him into custody on the two outstanding warrants.

December 29th stabbing Incident: At around 4pm on December 29th, officers were dispatched to a possible stabbing incident in a parking lot at City Hall, North Bay. A male was located with lacerations to his face and head area. The victim was transported to hospital, where he received medical attention for non-life-threatening injuries. This was believed to be a targeted attack. The incident was investigated by the North Bay Police Criminal Investigations Unit.

January 8th Robbery Incident: During this incident, the accused attended a Lakeshore Drive address, where he engaged in an argument with the victim. The accused took a bag of the victim’s belonging without their consent, and when the victim attempted to retrieve their belongings, the accused punched the victim in the face and fled the residence. The North Bay Police Service Patrol Section investigated.

James Albert Dorian, 37, of North Bay has been charged with:

1 Count of Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose

1 Count of Aggravated Assault

1 Count of Assault with a Weapon

1 Count of Robbery with Violence

2 Count of Failure to Comply with Probation

After these two incidences were investigated, two arrest warrants were issued for the accused.

The accused was arrested on both warrants on February 6th.

The accused is being held in custody for a bail hearing.

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