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Former Thunder Bay city councillor charged with attempted murder

Former Thunder Bay City Councillor will be headed back to court on a charge of attempted murder.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal, QC
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Former Thunder Bay City Councillor will be headed back to court on a charge of attempted murder.

The charge stems from a  “serious incident” that took place on Vickers Street in Thunder Bay.

Larry Hebert, 72, was remanded into custody Friday morning during a bail court appearance, and is scheduled to appear in court on December 16, according to CBC.

Details surrounding the incident are currently under a publication ban.

Hebert served as a city councilor for Thunder bay for three consecutive terms, having been defeated in the councillor-at-large race last year.

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